When Pastor Crispin Mutanda heard Bill Hybels and Melinda Gates speak at the GLS in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, he was inspired with a vision to do something more for his community.
Pastor Cripsin is also a doctor, and despite his limited resources, he decided to organize a medical campaign, providing free first aid and checkups for the people living in poverty in his community.
Thousands of people from the area came to his medical center to receive free treatment. Some of them discovered blood pressure issues they didn’t know they had, and were grateful to the doctor and his staff for their care.
Pastor Crispin plans to continue more medical campaigns to serve his community and save lives in the days to come.
The outcomes of the GLS are truly inspiring. Can you imagine if each person who attended the GLS impacted at least 10 people within their sphere of influence, let alone a couple thousand? The ripple effect would reach more than three million people. You’re a part of something big!
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