unexpected

Greg began having a medical issue over the weekend. By Tuesday morning, he went to the ANU clinic and they recommended he get treatment at the Nairobi Hospital. He was admitted later that day. Today, he had surgery. He is out of recovery and doing fine. Hopefully tomorrow, but in any case soon, he will be released from the hospital.

We would like to thank our missionary and ANU colleagues. This morning before the surgery, the chaplain – Cindy North – came to pray with him. Later, both the vice chancellor – Prof. Leah Marangu – and the deputy vice chancellor – Prof Rod Reed- came by to visit/pray. Other colleagues have provided transportation, encouragement through phone calls, covering work, and prayers.

Friendship is defined by what people do when the unexpected happens. We are grateful.

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And some pictures, just because.

The first is a Cape Robin-Chat. The next two explain why the cats are often hanging out in front of the admin building… that’s where the sunbirds hang out. (The sunbird got away.)

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2 thoughts on “unexpected”

  1. Prayers for a speedy recovery.

    On Wed, Mar 15, 2017 at 3:09 PM, Croffords in Kenya wrote:

    > croffordsinkenya posted: “Greg began having a medical issue over the > weekend. By Tuesday morning, he went to the ANU clinic and they recommended > he get treatment at the Nairobi hospital. He was admitted later that day. > Today, he had surgery. He is out of recovery and doing fine. H” >

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