How the Needy Become the Needed with the Teachable Spirit

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How the Needy Become the Needed with the Teachable Spirit

What is real transformation? How does it take place? What paradigm shift do we need to move the under resourced from the needy to the needed? What does that mean?

The teachable spirit understands that thinking with the end result in mind, as Stephen Covey said, provides the vision for riding across country 180 miles to raise money for Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital in the Kimana Rift Valley in Kenya.

Vision of the finished Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital.

Vision of the finished Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital (KMH).

Without a vision, the people perish. –Proverbs 29:18

As long as the under resourced of the world see themselves as needy, how will they ever improve their lives? They will continue to look to others for the help they need. Providing a facility for support, an opportunity for them to see how life can be, training them to help their own people, changes their paradigm from needy to needed. Now they are the ones their people turn to for assistance.

 

Dr. Scott Smith, prepared for the 180 mile bike ride across Florida this weekend.

Dr. Scott Smith, prepared for the 180 mile bike ride across Florida this weekend.

Over the past three years medical teams have provided advanced health care to some of the poorest people in Sub Sahara Africa. Thousands of man hours and great expense has gone into reaching many of these people with great success.  However, the construction of a modern hospital with laboratory & x-ray facility along with 24 hour overnight stay is necessary to properly help many of the neediest patients.  To fulfill the need, Dr. Scott Smith, director of Dreamweaver International, has put together a comprehensive plan and building program, which still need funds to complete the project.  A deep well has been completed and the hospital framing will begin this year with completion anticipated in 2014-15.  

 

Join the ride across Florida to raise funds for KMH, virtually or in person.

Join the ride across Florida to raise funds for KMH, virtually or in person.

To help raise funds, we will host a fun and healthy ride across Florida.  We will be riding across Florida from Flagler Beach to Cedar Key. The ride begins May 24th continuing through May 26th. The ride will be 180 miles, but you are welcome to just ride one or two days if you like. We are asking all riders to raise $100 per day/segment.

All donations go to Dreamweaver International and are used to fund the building of Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital.

Dr. Jeff Kahrs states,

“We need to get this hospital built so here’s what I’m asking all my Facebook family and friends to do . Please read this blog, share it with all of your friends and dig deep in your hearts and donate to this great cause! I’m putting my money where my mouth is and have pledged $1000 to KMH. I am challenging all my chiropractic friends to do the same! Be a gladiator of social change! Every dollar helps and every zero after that dollar helps more! If we all help then it will be built!”

Dr. Warren Bruhl and Dr. Jeff Kahrs providing chiropractic care to local residents in Kimana, Kenya, December 2013.

Dr. Warren Bruhl and Dr. Jeff Kahrs providing chiropractic care to local residents in Kimana, Kenya, December 2013.

Join Dr. Jeff Kahrs and Dr. Warren Bruhl by getting involved in the fundraising process to build the Kilimanjaro Mission Hospitalencouraging growth through assisting the needy to become needed by helping them master life by sayingI think I can,” and ultimately creating a paradigm shift through improving infrastructure, and ultimately, cultural sustainability in addressing infectious and life threatening diseases.

Originally uploaded by Jusben to Morguefile.com

Originally uploaded by Jusben to Morguefile.com

Participate in the bike ride virtually or support the efforts of others who are on the ground in Florida, bringing awareness to this vital project in Kimana, Kenya

For further information on how you can make an incredible impact on the Maasai in the Kimana Rift Valley of Kenya by contributing to the Mount Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital, contact Dr. Warren Bruhl via email: dr.bruhl@dreamweaver911.org or other members of  the Board through Dreamweaver International.

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