Paul and Lynn, along with their kids Nana Ama, Abigail & David Opare-Addo, have a heart for bridging cultures and seeing the gift that different people’s strengths are to each other, as well as the way our differences can bring insight and redemption to our weaknesses. A family saying is that, “we are only as strong as our weakest link.” Paul and Lynn met at church in the years after undergrad, when they were both working in research laboratories and shared a common passion for ministry and living a missional life. They moved a lot as Paul pursued post-graduate public health and medical school training, including a global health fellowship year in which they lived in Chad, Ethiopia and Liberia. For the first two years after training, the family served in Chogoria, Kenya at P.C.E.A. Chogoria Hospital with Samaritan’s Purse Post-Residency program. They are excited about transitioning to long-term placement with Serge and rejoining their community there.
Paul is serving as a Family Medicine Physician and Deputy Program Coordinator of the Kabarak Family medicine residency at Chogoria Hospital. Alongside his teammates, he is invested in teaching residents and other young doctors as well as discipleship and mentoring. He and Lynn are passionate about investing in the robust chaplaincy program, and helping foster teamwork between the medical and chaplaincy teams. Lynn is also assisting with the growing home school co-op, where the three kids are currently learning academics to add to the life lessons gained from cross-cultural living.
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