This is one of the stories that, unfortunately, I’ve not gotten around to talking about, but it is one where Christian love is prevalent. Voddie Baucham is one of the finest belligerents we have in fighting the Social Justice Gospel, specifically Critical Race Theory. He has been fighting Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality for nearly twenty years.
Voddie Baucham serves Christ in Zambia, a predominantly Christian nation in Africa. But following a straining winter tour in the United States, Voddie Bachuam returned to Africa where he suffered heart failure. It was clear that he would need to return stateside in order to receive medical care. But, not living in the United States, he did not have insurance.
In an act of Christian love, over 13000 donors raised $1.4 million for his hospital bills, exceeding the anticipated cost of $1.2 million. This is a beautiful story, and it looks like it will have a happy ending. Voddie Bauchum via GoFundMe released this statement.
We thank God for a very successful surgical procedure yesterday. Everything went perfectly, and, Lord willing, I should make a full recovery.
They suspect that the heart failure was induced by an arrhythmia (actually two). This is good news because the procedure I underwent is designed to eliminate such arrhythmias, this allowing my heart to recover and remodel. In other words, I am not expected to stay on the heart failure track (which ultimately leads to transplant) but regain full heart health.
Of course, time will tell if they fixed it all, and I will be monitored closely for the next few months. But we are hopeful.
The indication is that Voddie Bauchum’s heart issues are resolved for the foreseeable future. And now Voddie Bauchum can recover and return to serving God.
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