Erin to Nepal
Erin Horn has been a vital part of Charlottesville House of Prayer and Dwelling Place Christian Community for the past 6 years. She serves on the leadership team, has taught classes and co-leads a small group. Erin asked to share her heart with you for where God is calling her next….
Hi, I am excited to share with you that God is leading me to go to Nepal to share the love of Jesus with people affected by leprosy. Nepal is a small country landlocked between India and China. Leprosy (Hansen’s disease) is still endemic in the country. Jesus healed the lepers of his day… I want to help those affected by leprosy today heal from their chronic wounds.
I am going to share my expertise and teach wound care to local Nepali nurses at Anandaban Leprosy hospital for 3 months at the beginning of next year. I would like to invite you to partner with me in being the hands and feet of Jesus!
I would not dream of going without a prayer support team. You can sign up for prayer updates below! I also need financial support to pay for expenses: airfare, room and board while volunteer teaching at Anandaban and wound care supplies. I am looking to raise approx. $5000.
Thank you for partnering with me! I love that we get to be the body of Christ together – loving and serving those in need half-way across the world.
Will you consider being on my intercessory prayer team? I will send out regular email updates and prayer needs.
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There is more to the story . . .
Anandaban Leprosy Hospital was founded by The Leprosy Mission (TLM) and initially run by Christian missionaries who have now handed the leadership of the hospital over to trained Nepali staff. The hospital specializes in treating severe leprosy reactions, performing reconstructive surgery and providing wound care for those affected by
leprosy throughout Nepal. To learn more about where I will be going you can read my blogpost here.