Monday, March 14, 2011

These are some of the special women who cook for the short-term mission groups.They are dedicated hard workers who love the Lord and his people.
    I can't wait to see them again!!! 

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Merry Christmas and Blessed New Year

Blessings to all!  I will be leaving on January 5th 2011 for Costa Rica Spanish school for 3 1/2 months. I will be living with a spanish speaking family(called immersion). I need your prayers for my learning abilities-wow do i need that!!! This process will help me to establish a good base of the spanish language to build upon when back in the Dominican Republic. I keep telling myself that God is in control--my life is His!!  I want to thank all of you for taking time to read and follow my ministry.  I will keep you updated on my schooling. God bless and keep you all safe.   deloris norman

Friday, November 5, 2010

Family treated by medical team in the Bayte's

A family in the bayte's--notice the bloated tummies of the two little girls in front of picture caused by parasites, also note the light colored hair from malnutrition.the father,like most sugar cane worker has muscles formation and pain due to swinging machete all day long

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Deloris in the DR: 2-Fold Ministry

    • facilitate medical clinics with visiting teams.
    • provide nursing help for Dr.Canela in the G.O.medical clinic.
    • provide medical care for visiting mission groups. 
    • provide medical cae for G.O. staff.
    • recruit medical teams.
    • update medical kits for groups. 
    • acquire medicines for use in the Dominican Republic/Haiti from US donors.
    • create curriculum and oversee sanitation of G.O. kitchens. 
    • educate staff on medical issues on the field. 
    • handbook for medical groups.
    • public health seminars for Dominicans/Haitians.