Through labor pains and final breaths, Amber Schrock cares for the Kaabong community in northeast Uganda, providing medical care from a tiny, one-room clinic. Amber knows that she has been called by God to meet the basic needs of others through healthcare. But Amber and her husband, Terrill, understand that there is more to life than just physical health; the spiritual health of these people is even more important. That's why they're also working to develop a written language for the Ik people, who live about two hours north of Kaabong. Step behind the camera lens and experience a day in Amber's life.
Wycliffe’s mission is to see a Bible translation program in progress in every language still needing one by 2025.
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