Years ago, we arrived at the remote site of a make-shift medical clinic in the beautiful mountains of western Uganda. Word spread of our coming and hundreds of people walked, limped, or were carried into the clinic. Malaria, HIV, leprosy, elephantiasis, and a host of infectious diseases existed in this desperate sea of humanity. Though overwhelmed, the clinic went well for days. It also awakened us to seek better ways to combat the pain we saw. Network Beyond moved toward a more preventative approach. Health screenings highlighted possible solutions. Clean water availability, hygiene, sanitation, and HIV prevention augmented some basic clinical approaches of communities identifying needs they wanted to address. The exciting Women’s Cycle of Life (WCL) curriculum provided a relational context to communicate needed health information. People were equipped to bring solutions to their communities with the same kind of compassion Jesus provided people years ago.