January Update 2016

Posted by: Dan Porch on Wednesday, February 10, 2016

What delight to spend Christmas here in Peru ... and with our children ... most of them!

November 2015 Update from Peru

Posted by: Dan Porch on Monday, December 7, 2015
Our November Scalpel Team ... joy on their faces!

There was much rejoicing at the success of the medical operations
as our team and the medical staff of the hospital worked
together. In the next few months, we will follow up with
each of these patients … pursuing the healing of what was
repaired and pursuing the opportunity to share the hope of
life offered in following Jesus.

October 2015 Update from Peru!

Posted by: Dan Porch on Sunday, October 18, 2015

Contentment always springs from faith … it will continually involve a fight to live and think from the perspective of trust in One we cannot see … One we believe in based on his promises and by the power of his Spirit working in us.

September 2015 Update from the Porch!

Posted by: Dan Porch on Thursday, September 24, 2015

Connecting with the patients who have benefited from Scalpel surgeries gives insight into needy lives and hearts.

Porch Family Update - August 2015

Posted by: Dan Porch on Monday, August 24, 2015

Arriving with a Scalpel Team, the Porch Family are on the ground in Peru.

Hi Friends

Posted by: Scalpel At The Cross on Monday, July 27, 2015

Hi Friends! We are one week away from a July 31st departure! It seems surreal until we look around and see the boxes and bits of our lives being packed away or taken along in trunks.

Dear family and friends

Posted by: Scalpel At The Cross on Sunday, July 26, 2015

The 31st of July, our departure date, is fast approaching. God has called us to this new venture for the kingdom, and we are eager to go and begin the work. Initiating new aspects of ministry influence is part of how the Lord has chosen to orient our life.

Dear family and friends

Posted by: Scalpel At The Cross on Tuesday, May 26, 2015

This past Sunday evening, Laurie and I presented a skit to our church, Jubilee, to help them visualize the hats we will wear in this new role with Scalpel At The Cross in Peru. It was humorous and yet sobering as we put back on the hat of language and culture learning for this new context.