In November, the Prescott Family went to Cameroon for a dental mission where they were hosted by Bread for Life (breadforlife.org).
With a portable dental clinic put together by Dr. Prescott that included equipment such as patient chairs, doctor carts, dental instruments, and a sterilization system, many Cameroonians received consultations and treatment for the first time in their life. The outreach started at the customs consulate in Yaounde and concluded in Dimako at Beulahland farms - the base of BLF’s agricultural ministry. While at the farm, BFL staff received dental care, some pineapples were planted, the crops were prayed over, and a nearby Baka pygmy village was visited. The Prescotts plan to return to Cameroon in July picking up where they left off in the Baka pygmy village, applying what they learned to more effectively provide dental care and visiting Ray of Hope Academy where the generous donations from Heritage families of dry erase markers were sent, in preparation for a future visit.