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Tim McAvoy

I always wanted to be a soldier, but due to a history of sports injuries I wasn’t able to join the military, so I became a paramedic instead.  I spent 3 years in the fire service responding to 9-1-1 calls via ambulance and fire engine.  In the meantime, I pursued my paramedic studies.   

During those 3 years, I went on a trip to Haiti with Mission of Hope and got to help provide medical care to the less-fortunate.  I saw Jesus’s vision for the church come to fruition as we happily served.  Now I am a paramedic, and I get to go back and lead the very team in which I played a very small role before.   

As Medical Coordinator, I am serving as a leader for the American teams that come to join our mobile medical clinics.  I thank God for this privilege and I pray that our work will bring healing in more ways than we can think to ask.  Thank you for supporting me in whatever ways you are able! 

In Christ,