Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Ashley Ajah II


It brings me much joy to write this post about Ashley! Since our last post God has opened many doors for her to get the help she needs. For more information and pictures you can look at our other blog post concerning Ashley: http://christ4cameroon.blogspot.com/2014/09/ashley-ajah.html


A friend of mine, Dr. Trixy, got me in touch with another set of doctors from Mbingo in the North West part of Cameroon. There is a surgeon coming from the States for a short period of time at the end of this month who can do surgery on Ashley. After this surgeon leaves there is available staff in Mbingo who can do the follow up surgery (if needed) AND do the therapy she needs! 

Ashley has already been taken to the SDA hospital in Buea to get some of the tests needed pre-surgery. Her blood count was low as well as a few other items her body is supposed to be producing but the correct medicine and vitamins have been given to her so her body is now in the process of being adequately prepared for surgery. YAY!

The estimated costs to cover everything that needs to be done is $1,500! This includes her surgery (it's a mission hospital so they subsidize costs to help the locals), her 2-3 week stay in the hospital, food for Ashley and her caretaker during their stay, therapy, transportation costs, medicine needed during and after surgery, etc. 

We are amazed, but not surprised, at how God has already answered the prayers from the list concerning Ashley we gave you all last time. Please continue to keep her in prayer as she goes in for surgery and therapy. 

By faith, we set up a date for her surgery to be on September 29th! If you would like to help us cover her costs, you can send a check to:

Hostetter Ministries 
506 N. Linn
Fayette, MO
65248

Please put "For Ashley Ajah" in the memo line on the check.

If you want to send funds for her through our paypal on this blog site then just let us know it is for her.

Thank You and God bless!

1 comment:

  1. So excited for little Ashley!! This will be a life altering experience for her. Praying all goes well.

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