Meet the New Hampshire nurse whose personal history is helping make a difference

Danielle Fenn a registered nurse at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, helps non-English speaking COVID-19 patients who have a hard time communicating.

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23 thoughts on “Meet the New Hampshire nurse whose personal history is helping make a difference

  1. I'm sorry, but if you're going to live in this country you should at least learn to speak some essential English. I wouldn't move to Japan without learning some Japanese, Korean without learning Korean, or France without learning French. If you've made your home here for at least 5 years, you should be able to at the very least speak basic English. It's the leading language in international affairs, is that really too much to ask?

  2. Now, listen carefully to this: the power of the gospel that Paul preached to the crippled man is found in the forgiveness of all your sins for "everyone who believes." There is no other qualification for being forgiven of all your sins. The old covenant was based on justification by works (obedience to the Ten Commandments). You had to perform to be forgiven. But the new covenant of grace is based entirely on justification by faith (believing in Jesus Christ). Can you see the radical difference? The demand is no longer on you, but on Christ. This is the good news: all who believe in Jesus receive the forgiveness of all their sins and are justified from all things! Good news? Hallelujah! There is no better news than this!

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