When Southern Baptist medical work began in Yemen in 1964, Dr. James Young and his wife, June, represented the first established Christian presence in the land in about 1,300 years. By 1989 the Jibla Baptist Hospital was serving
4,000 inpatients and 35,000 outpatients yearly. Here, Dr. Martha Myers (left) and Southern Baptist coworker Marty Koehn (right) visit in a Yemini home.

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