History Welcome to Hogan Hozhoni where you seldom get bored and have many Navajo children with with to share your love. We care for around 30 to 40 children much of the time. Sometimes the children only need a place to stay for a couple of days and others will be there much longer. Many […]
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Rochester is a beautiful city where the world-renowned Mayo Clinic is found. This service unit consists of six girls and their houseparents, Randy and Terry Ensz.
The girls work 5½ days a week at any of these places: Gift of Life Transplant House, Hope Lodge, Mayo Clinic, St. Mary’s Hospital, Ronald McDonald House, and the Rochester Mennonite Guest Home. At the Gift of Life Transplant House, the girls clean the kitchens and rooms. At Hope Lodge, the girls answer the phone, give tours, and clean. At Mayo Clinic, the girls work in the cafeteria, pass out children’s books, escort patients from recovery rooms, give hand massages to chemotherapy patients, and answer questions at information desks. At the St. Mary’s Hospital, the girls work in the Sisters’ Crossing Gift Shop, clean playrooms, help the Child Life staff, deliver flowers, and take a library cart around to patient rooms. At Ronald McDonald House, the girls sit at the front desk, answer the phone, and clean. At the Rochester Mennonite Guest Home, the girls help with the cleaning.
Singing is a large part of our witness in the city. We sing twice a week at the hospitals and guest home. Two Tuesday evenings a month are spent singing at the Gift of Life Transplant House and Hope Lodge, sometimes with the help of a youth group.
Sunday church services are held in the basement of an office building together with the guest home and mission couples, followed with lunch together at one of our homes. We encounter many opportunities to share our faith with the ones we work with and those suffering from illnesses. We feel privileged to work in friendly Rochester.
Rochester is a quiet, beautiful city, where the world-renowned Mayo Clinic is located. The service unit began in 1999 and consists of six girls and a set of house parents. The unit house, situated in a peaceful neighborhood, is within walking distance of St. Marys Hospital of 1200+ beds where the girls volunteer in the gift shop, which is a highlight of the work schedule. The other jobs in this hospital are the library cart, delivering flower bouquets, and the coffee route.
The girls also volunteer at Gift of Life Transplant House. Patients who are in the process of having a transplant stay here. Some of these people stay an extended length of time, and we get to know them quite well. The friendly staff is enjoyable to work with, and we have many good times with them.
Hope Lodge is a similar operation, but for cancer patients who are receiving chemotherapy or radiation at the Mayo Clinic. Two of the girls volunteer here a couple days a week. Tasks include working behind the front desk, answering the phone, giving tours, and some cleaning. The girls volunteer six months of their time.
This unit has moved to the Beaumont, Texas area and is rebuilding after hurricane damage History Beaumont became a town on December 16, 1835. The area around Beaumont receives the most rainfall in the state: more than 48 inches annually. In August of 2017 Beaumont and surrounding area experienced severe extensive flooding as a result […]
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Rochester is a beautiful city where the world-renowned Mayo Clinic is found. This service unit consists of six girls and their houseparents, Randy and Terry Ensz. The girls work 5½ days a week at any of these places: Gift of Life Transplant House, Hope Lodge, Mayo Clinic, St. Mary’s Hospital, Ronald McDonald House, and the […]
Christian Child Care continues to open its doors to the abused or neglected children of the Gallup vicinity. Ten young sisters serve here for a six-month term. The big house on the hill is a refuge for children who need a secure place to sleep, play, and eat nourishing meals. The volunteers take their turn […]
The six girls and their houseparents, Lonnie and Twila Schmidt, live in a subdivision north of town. This setting gives them a beautiful place to unwind after a day of service in the hospitals. Two afternoons a week two of the girls go to the guest home to help with the cleaning there. The rest […]
The girls’ unit in Ann Arbor has been a blessing again this year. The Lord has smiled on the willingness of the young sisters and the house parents as they have given their time at the University of Michigan Health System. This unit has six girls, with two arriving and two leaving every other month. […]
The Seattle-Tacoma area has a population of over 3.5 million people, which gives us plenty of opportunity to be a witness for Christ. On Monday, we go work for Rebuilding Together Seattle. It is an organization that does small maintenance jobs for older people and veterans to make their homes safer for them. In the […]