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Dr. Elvira Beracochea, MD, President and CEO of Midego explores how to create a path for God to make miracles happen in our work.

Dr. Elvira Beracochea, MD, President and CEO of Midego explores how to create a path for God to make miracles happen in our work.

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  • 1. MIDEGO | 4710 Olley Lane, Fairfax VA 22032 | ph:703-978-3331 | www.midego.com Ask God for a Miracle Today 1. Ask clearly Stay focused How will you know when it happens? 2. Receive: Miracle Journal Write down what you ask and surrender Have faith as big as a mustard seed… Feel and act as you have already have received it. In fact, you have, you just cannot see it yet… 3. Praise and Thank http://thankgodformiracles.wordpress.com/ Miracle Journal Wear your bracelet! What will you ask God Today?
  • 2. MIDEGO | 4710 Olley Lane, Fairfax VA 22032 | ph:703-978-3331 | www.midego.com Ask for: 1. Forgiveness 2. Achieving the MDGs in your area 3. For everyone in The Health System to know where they fit and play the role to best of their abilities 4. Your project or organization to improve the country’s program and Strengthen the Health System (Project>Program> System) 5. Your project or organization to improve and report to the country’s health information system, account for results and share lessons learned 6. Your project or organization to have an effective exit strategy to move on to another region or a higher level of work 7. All the health professionals where you work so they deliver quality care to all as if Jesus Christ were their patient