HOSPITAL VISITATION IN NEW ZEALAND

Published on Sunday 1st October 2017

Ambassadors of the Global Youth Leaders’ Forum in New Zealand visited Kidz First Hospital in Auckland, New Zealand where they ministered the Word of God to the sick.

Their presence changed the environment in the hospital and the atmosphere lit up with colorful balloons, flowers and cards with encouraging messages to cheer up the kids.

Every kid who was scheduled for surgery on that day received a flower and baloon. During their visit, they spent time with the kids in the playroom,  showered them with love and support and also prayed for them.

The hospital officials expressed their heartfelt appreciation and  requested that the team visit monthly to cheer up the kids and restore hope.


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