International Ministries

Learning Patient Care

May 24, 2017 Journal
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Dear Loved Ones,

Greeting. This past Monday May 22, 2017, I was busy at the eye clinic. Beside supervising the work at the new in progress laboratory and getting the whole building ready, I had to teach 15 nursing interns  we have presently at the clinic. I was teaching them about the psychology of patients.   They were quite amazed to see that a pastor was teaching them about the patients. I told them that I am certified in Clinical Pastoral Education and in Trauma Counseling and has had some experience in the hospitals.

They were surprised when I told them that the most important person(in fact our boss) at  any hospital is the patient and not those big titles we read behind our diplomas or in front of our office.  They could not believe their eyes until I explained to them what I meant.

At the end of my class, I gave each one of them my latest book on "Hospital ministry and the ABC of Chaplaincy" and some home work for next week.

We have no words to express our gratitude for your supports without that support we would not be able to do what we are doing.

May God bless all of you.

In Haiti,


Nzunga & Kihomi 


Hello Friends,

Nzunga never lets me introduce him as Dr. Nzunga.  He says fancy titles put barriers between people.  However, he never ceases to amaze me on the education level he has and how he puts it to good use.  He also is an expert on reading people especially seeing their needs and how he can address them.  I would offer you each his new book and some of his earlier ones but you must be able to read creole to enjoy them.



Dennis Shewell

Mission Partnership Team Communications Advocate and Convener

Nzunga and Kihomi Ministry


Phone: 812-569-1352


Other team Members:

Les Roberson

Diana Peysha

Terry Bivens-Fry

Charles Newman