“In 2015, we passed out Personal Energy Transportation (PET) devices – personal three-wheeled transport that’s propelled by your arms instead of your legs-to hundreds of people,” he says. “We coordinated it here with PET International, and got them shipped over there. There was one day when we passed out 145 at once.
“People came on crutches. They came crawling on their hands and knees. They were carried. People who for decades may have been outcast from a basic human activity came dragging themselves across the ground for the chance to have access to mobility – for the first time in their lives.
“That is life-changing… for them, and for us.
“It was the greatest day of my ministry. It was the greatest day of my life.”