My dad, a doctor, and my mom, a school nurse, used to take us three kids to spend part of our summer vacations at small missionary hospitals down in Mexico and on the southwestern Indian reservations of New Mexico.
On one of those trips, we met the chief of the Navajo tribe we visited. This 65-year-old gentleman could barely see, and he carried with him a triangular piece of wood that had a 3-inch hole cut out of . . . Read MORE
Dr. Hicks Volunteering in Honduras
As a youngster accompanying his father and mother on medical missions trips,
Dr. Hicks learned the value of making sacrifices to meet the needs of others,
especially if he could use his medical training to make a difference in their lives.