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I joined this missionary group in 2010 when I started my college education in Huntsville, Alabama. They have been around the world providing medical and disaster relief. It started initially for Biology students to gain hands-on training over 20 years ago, but now, being open to all who have a volunteering spirit, it has refined its member who now are in schools like Loma Linda, and others. One of the ways this group provides comfort and relief is through prayer for those we come in contact with and also playing our band. Anyone who wants to give back to others will greatly and personally experience that in this organization because NAPS is presently building a wellness center in southern Alabama, in the Hale County. We as volunteers have been able to learn wiring, plumbing, and carpentry. We are praying to have it fully functioning before the end of this year and so as a nonprofit, we can proceed at the rate we generate donations. We gain support through visiting different: churches, communities, and also on our website, napsou.org. On weekends a group goes to a clinic and provides medical attention on Fridays and blesses the patients with prayer, something that goes longer than modern medicine. A lot of time is also invested in children, our future, and a team is with a program in Lady Lake Fl. called Youth for Jesus, teaching how to give Bible studies.
Contributed by Haba Royer