“Today I saw an elderly man brought in by his two sons. We did cataract surgery on his right eye last year. He laughed with joy describing how he could now thread a needle! He offered me a camel as a token of appreciation. Unfortunately, I have no-where to keep him! We will operate on his left eye this week. Seeing such joy keeps me serving!”
—Dr. Frederick Korir, MD, Medical DirectorThe Daktari Project
“I feel humbled to help lead one of the best non-profits in East Africa: serving the blind and disadvantaged, meeting their physical needs, and leading them towards Christ. I'm excited about the future of Lighthouse, getting more people involved through volunteering and financially investing in something of Kingdom value! ”
—Josh Ghrist, Mission DirectorDonate
“Coming back to the Lighthouse has been a great experience - the clinical teams are so encouraged to receive training and teaching, and it is humbling to witness the breadth of care that is possible despite the limited resources. And to top everything is the knowledge that the Lord Jesus is central to everything that is done at Lighthouse. ”
—Howard Bunting, Pediatric Opthalmic SurgeonContinue Reading
Mark your calendars! Set a reminder! In exactly one week, East Texas is celebrating GIVING DAY! Our goal is to raise at least $2,500 for our Blind Children Fund. Our awesome Board has agreed to MATCH FUNDS if we meet our goal! We desperately need you. So next Tuesday, April 24th, visit easttexasgivingday.org, search for…
Your financial support allows us to keep showing people like Ryan and his parents the love of Jesus. Ryan is the firstborn to Joseph and Sarah. Joseph is a Marine Engineer and Sarah stays home with Ryan. When he was only 4 months old, cataracts began to be visible. In both eyes. Fear and worry…
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Hard to believe this was already six years ago. Saw things I could never understand without being there. Watched God’s work being done up close. The trip of a lifetime.
Jeff Stager, with Dr. David Stager