No big thang … just more miracle stuff

2011 – “Without a transplant, you will die.”

2012 – May 7 – My son saves my life giving me half his liver

2014 – January – God says, here’s your life back, restored and better than before when a little church asked me to be its shepherd.

2016 – April – I have been given the green light to take a team of 18 to Guatemala City to bring Hope and Healing to children being rescued from the extreme poverty of living in the city dumps!

Me. Mr. suppressed immune system. Mr. kicked off the transplant list too sick to survive transplant. Mr. probably won’t ever be able to do stuff like this again.

It’s a huge deal to me. It’s a miracle and testimony to God’s healing hand on my life.

Take a look at what we will be doing by clicking on this link: Guatemala Team Video

And, get this, we need you to be part of the team. No, not go with us, although that would be cool, but participate with us by being a financial and prayer supporter. We need to raise about $1200 each to cover the expenses and we need your help.

Hopefully, you can look at this like we do whenever we support someone doing a short-term humanitarian project. We always see it as an opportunity to be involved even when we can’t go ourselves.

So, what do you say? How about clicking this link and supporting us online by selecting “Guatemala – The Linscott’s” or mailing a check to “FBC Westbrook” with “Guatemala team” on the memo line at 733 Main St., Westbrook, ME 04092.

I will be using my photography skills to help AMG tell the story of the tremendous needs in Guatemala and, of course, Robin’s teaching skills will be put to good use.

Yes, I will need to be careful and yes, I will need to get an extra shot or two, but I am so thankful that I am having the opportunity to again do what I love so much. Not only will the people we serve in Guatemala be impacted but the 18 people on our team will return forever changed to the face of global poverty.

Thanks so much for your help! I can’t wait to tell you all about it!

About Scott Linscott

Living life to the fullest, walking in the dust of my Rabbi, creating art through photography and written word, speaking words of hope and encouragement at conferences, workshops, church and civic gatherings.
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