Medical Mission to Nepal

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Here is a short set of slides showing a team of Americans bringing free medical care to poor Nepalese people of all religions, including lepers. Many of them began to meet Jesus and have their souls healed as well as their bodies. May God bless Nepal, its people, government and economy. May God use the followers of Jesus there to release much joy, peace and love to all they meet. May God visit Nepal to show them how much He loves them!

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Medical Mission to Nepal

  1. 1. LOVE WITHOUT BORDERSNepal: September 2012Tuesday, May 7, 13
  2. 2. NEPALFormer Hindu Kingdom Until 1951Tuesday, May 7, 13
  3. 3. NEPALFormer Hindu Kingdom Until 1951Tuesday, May 7, 13
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  6. 6. NEPALEight of the worlds ten tallest mountainsMount Everest, called Sagarmatha in NepaliMore than 240 peaks over 20,000 ft above sea level75% Hindu, Buddhists 16%, Muslim 4%, Christian 3%, only29 in 1952. Today about 850,000One of world’s poorest nations. Maoist government now.History of severe persecution of ChristiansHome of Deborah Strong, Warrior Woman of God!Tuesday, May 7, 13
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  8. 8. NANCY’S TRUE CALLINGTuesday, May 7, 13
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  19. 19. NEPAL2012700 patients seen, 250 saved,two major deliverances,people healed,friends made,Jesus made famous,God’s Kingdom built!Tuesday, May 7, 13
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