Blood Donors are Life Savers

Published on Tuesday 11th February 2020

The GYLF team in Bamenda, Cameroon led Gem Nelson visited Bamenda Regional Hospital and donated  7 pints of blood to patients who are desperately in need of blood to survive.

 

This selfless act of service paved way for the Gospel to be preached as the management of the clinic couldn't resist but  allow the ambassadors reach out to patients in the hospital.

 

They gave out several copies of our Messenger Angel to the patients and prayed with them. Indeed we have the right strategies and we can never be stopped.

 

...raising leaders, building the future!


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