In May 2020, our good friend, Pastor Titus, and his loving wife, Sabina, received a very sobering diagnosis that Sabina has Stage 2 Breast Cancer. I have known Pastor Titus and Sabina for many years now through my involvement with Global Mission Nepal and I consider them dear friends. Pastor Titus has been pastoring the church they planted together in Kathmandu and they have served the people of their church as deeply unified and loving ministry partners. They recently celebrated the opening of their new church building in December 2019 of which I was able to attend and celebrate alongside them. I have had the joy of having both Pastor Titus and Sabina in various Global Mission Nepal trainings over the years and their passion for the Lord, their faithful handling of the Word of God, and their passion to proclaim Jesus and love their neighbors have been just a few of the many reasons why we love them. It was through Sabina that many of her own family members now worship and love Jesus -- a testimony to her faithful witness and passion for His name.
This diagnosis has been very diffcult and shocking news for them to receive. Doctors say the cancer is spreading rapidly but is treatable. They have opted to not only begin chemo immediately (she begins on Sunday, June 6th) but to also perform a mastectomy in the coming weeks to remove the breast where the cancer has been found. Not only is this a significant medical procedue and will bring great physical difficulty to Sabina but the cost for both chemotheapy and surgery over the next eight months is estimated to cost between $12,000-$15,000 USD. This is more than most Nepali families earn in a decade let alone in less than one year to cover such desperately needed medical procedures.
Would you please consider giving to Pastor Titus and Sabina to help alleviate the enormous financial burden they are facing right now? It is most difficult to receive a diagnosis like this but to bear the burden of such emotional and physical suffering in addition to the pain of deciding between life-giving procedures and overwhelming financial burden is not a decision that we wish for them to have to make. Our hearts break for Sabina who will have a difficult road ahead of her. We pray for her and we want to love and support her and her husband through this time by doing whatever we can to financially support them as a dear brother and sister in Christ.
We would be deeply grateful if you would consider helping them in any way you can. Small donations can help with a round of medicine that is needed and large donations can help cover the cost of some of the most siginificant medical needs ahead. Since there is no insurance in Nepal, all expenses must be paid upfront and out of their own pocket. We simply want to ease this burden so they can help bring Sabina through this successfully and continue serving and loving each other and the people they minister to and preach the Gospel to in Kathmandu and throughout Nepal.
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