Since arriving back to Honduras at the beginning of this year, the Days have witnessed Eduardo battle sickness. From ear infections to a stomach flu that required he be in the hospital for a week, he’s had a difficult time for his first year of life.
The current struggle is that Eduardo needs a special brace that will help correct an issue with his leg. His right knee is not lined up properly, causing him to walk with a limp. The brace cost approximately $350. Additionally, Eduardo is having therapy and is taking prescription vitamins to help his bone health. The medication alone costs $50 a month. For this family, this is a huge financial burden they cannot cover with what they earn.
Galatians 6:2 tells us to “bear one another’s burdens,” so the Days not only cover this family in prayer, but also have offered assistance to the family during Eduardo’s illness with medicine and finances to help pay for his hospital stay. Steven and Candice feel it a great honor to call them their very best friends.
Please … “love your [global] neighbor as yourself, (Matt. 22)”