By Liz Coates, Executive Director A patient recently came to us following a traumatic accident. He fell from a ladder and now his life is forever changed. He’ll no longer walk or work or eat or drink without help. Have you ever had a life-changing moment? One moment, things feel […]
By Liz Coates, Executive Director at Good News Clinics Imagine experiencing symptoms like increased thirst or hunger, frequent urination, fatigue, blurred vision, or slow-healing sores – all symptoms of the onset of type 2 diabetes – and feeling you have no place to turn for answers and treatment? Good News […]
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By Robin Ketchum, Good News Clinics Volunteer Coordinator “From everyone to whom much has been given, much will be required; and from the one to whom much has been entrusted, even more will be demanded.” — Luke 12:48 The hearts of servants are stirred by different things; a desire for […]
By Liz Coates, Executive Director of Good News Clinics Sometimes we are given glimpses into the Kingdom of God. I was given such a glimpse recently. It was a beautiful, sunny afternoon. We had carefully prepared The Clinics parking lot to become a drive-through for families and patients struggling to […]
It takes a community to keep the mission of Good News Clinics alive and the “doors open”. One such community is Cresswind. This community provided the Good News Clinics’ staff with gift cards to help them offset the financial hardships caused by the pandemic. They also purchased and donated much […]
Each year, Good News Clinics honors one volunteer physician with the Sam Poole Volunteer of the Year Award. This award is named for longtime volunteer physician and Good News Clinics’ first Medical Director, Dr. Sam Poole. This year, the award goes to Dr. Heidi Nicholson. Dr. Nicholson has been volunteering […]
During this time of ever-changing protocols and social distancing designed to slow and reduce the spread of a new virus, I am reminded of the importance of maintaining the stabilizing forces in our lives. There are the social forces–the institutions that meet needs in trying times by creating security, both […]