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Genesis World Mission, Inc. is a non-denominational Christian organization working to convey
the love of Jesus Christ by meeting the physical, medical, and spiritual needs of the less
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Provides charity medical services and dental care to those who
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Arranges donated specialty medical care for the patients of
three Treasure Valley community health clinics: Garden City
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Practice Medical Center. These primary care clinics depend on
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Provides sustainable diagnostic and medical treatment services
to economically disadvantaged individuals through local and
international partnerships. This vision includes using the
Garden City Community Clinic as a prototype for replication in
under-developed countries around the world while supporting
short-term mission trips with supplies, training and leadership
as requested. Current projects are located in Kenya and India.
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B UI LDING B R ID GES Dear Friends: On behalf of Genesis World Mission, I

On behalf of Genesis World Mission, I am pleased to present this annual report to our community and especially to those who support us through their donation of time, talent, and treasure. In this tenth year since the inception of Genesis, we have selected the theme of “Bridging the Gap” to help tell the story of a very strong period of growth and ex- pansion.

“Bridging the Gap” is not just a cliché saying we came up with to make designing this re- port easier. It really does describe so much of what has occurred in the past year through our various programs: the Garden City Community Clinic, the Volunteer Physicians Network, and Genesis International. By building a bridge to the underserved through quality and sus- tainable medical care, we are helping improve the lives of thousands of people each year. The bridge goes in both directions. Because of these acts of love and service that spring out of the heart of Jesus Christ through us, we hope and pray for people to ultimately cross that bridge toward Him.

Another part of this year’s success has been building a bridge to the future through or- ganizational development. During 2006-2007, we realigned our staffing levels and posi- tions to help move the organization from its foundational stage into a more mature not- for-profit. The board of directors has grown tremendously in its breadth of skill and commitment to the underserved. Finally, we are working hard to increase our own sus- tainability through ongoing fundraising efforts. We enjoyed a very successful Faith, Hope and Charity Dinner in February 2007, raising over $95,000 for general operations. Many lives have been made healthier because of your support.

I know you will enjoy reading the stories of trial and triumph, dreams and work in this annual report. We are honored to represent your hear t as we touch those in need of so much. Thank you for your partnership in this great mission.

Sincerely,

much. Thank you for your partnership in this great mission. Sincerely, Dr. Karl Watts, Founder and

Dr. Karl Watts, Founder and President

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It is becoming increasingly difficult for thousands of low-income Treas- ure Valley residents, ineligible for public assistance, to afford vital health- care. Fewer employers are offering group plans, individual insurance plans are out of reach for most, and those who’ve suffered life crises such as divorce or even moderate injuries are very vulnerable. Many come to us straight out of prison or substance abuse facilities and are told to get a job and stay out of trouble. Others live in generational pov- erty with no hope of escape.

Garden City Community Clinic bridges the gap for these kinds of people seeking health care. For those uninsured whose household income is less than twice the Federal Poverty Guidelines, the Clinic offers primary medical and basic dental care. Increased access to specialists volunteering their time has greatly enhanced our services this year. We have also seen more volunteer medical providers signing up regularly, allow- ing us to offer an additional half day of clinic weekly. Our long-term patients with diabetes continue to see their labs improve. The same is true of patients with depression, who move further out of depression after multiple visits.

who move further out of depression after multiple visits. This is where hope and help spring

This is where hope and help spring out of the hearts and hands of loving staff and volunteers.

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Diagnosis without treatment is not helpful for those patients who need prescription medications. The Garden City Commu- nity Clinic medication closet is stocked full of donated and pur- chased medications. Increasingly, we are able to obtain medica- tions through our own Genesis Assistance Program (GAPMed for short). This program was launched last July when the St. Vincent de Paul FreeMed moved to a new location. At that point, we internalized the process of applying to drug manufac- turers on behalf of patients to receive free pharmaceuticals. The applications and requirements for each manufacturer are very tedious and for the patient population we serve, this often

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for each manufacturer are very tedious and for the patient population we serve, this often Page
presents an insurmountable barrier if they were to attempt it alone. GAPMed is a very
presents an insurmountable barrier if they were to attempt it alone.
GAPMed is a very important piece of our drug supply chain now and during the past year pro-
vided over $140,000 in medications to 125 of our patients. This is a huge benefit for our patients
and without it the Clinic would be hard pressed in its own budget to provide the same level of
service. The program was piloted with over 680 volunteer hours since July 2006 (a donated value
of $10,500). Since this spring, the program has been integrated into a half time staff position to
manage volunteers who process the applications.
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When Oakley Smith first came to the Garden City Community Clinic, he felt
awful. His blood pressure was 170/110 and he had lost sight in his right eye.
He worked in a clerical position at Head Start and had not seen a doctor for
six years. An EKG and labs were done which showed that his heart was
somewhat enlarged and was not pumping adequately. The Clinic referred him
to an ophthalmologist and a cardiologist for further evaluation and recommen-
dations for treatment.
He started on medications, provided by the Clinic and
his blood pressure came down.
His sight in the right eye will never come back, but Oakley says that now he is not worried about his health any-
more because he has a medical home. He comes in regularly to have his blood pressure checked so adjustments can
be made.
Oakley has been stable on his medications and has begun to purchase them from the Wal-Mart dis-
count program. “I’m not sure what I would have done without you guys….you are a Godsend!”
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Services were provided by 155 volunteers representing 3600 volunteer hours valued at $113,432
The clinic was open an average of 16 hours a week for patient care, up from 14 hours the
previous year.
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S PA NNING C O MMUNITIES V o l u n t e e r
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The Volunteer Physicians Network has been a dream of Dr. Karl Watts since even before the
launch of Genesis World Mission. As the interim director of the Family Practice Residency of
Idaho, he saw the need for lower income, uninsured patients to receive specialty medical care at no
cost. In 2004, Genesis received seed money as part of the Ada County Healthy Communities Ac-
cess Project to develop a specialist network. After research, design, and test-bedding the program,
VPN launched on June 1 2006 with 25 specialists in the network. HCAP funding came to an end
later that year, but additional community funding was sought to carry the project forward.
The Network is designed to bridge the gap between primary care and specialists for eligible patients
of Terry Reilly Health Services, Family Practice Residency of Idaho, and our own Garden City
Community Clinic. Prior to the creation of VPN, these clinics scrambled to make private arrange-
ments for specialty charity care. The result was overdependence on a few generous physicians, in-
consistent access, and slow referrals. Now, VPN consolidates this process and allows the clinics to
focus on providing primary care, with the ability to manage the arranged specialty care. It also pro-
vides doctors a way to give back to the community without the distraction of determining patient
eligibility.
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“I was diagnosed in 2005 with spinal stenosis and they recommended an in-
tense surgery on the lower part of my back. Plus I have been having problems
with my urinary tract and my health has been going downhill rapidly, especially
during the last year.
My ex-wife saw that I was getting a little more sick and immobile as the
months went by. She had gone to the Family Practice Residency clinic and had
good results there. I had been out of work for about two years and she said,
“Go down there and they’ll help you.” I did and I’m so glad I did.
They got me some referrals that were very critical to my health: one for a urologist and one for a neurosurgeon.
They both agreed to the do the surgery for free. If I hadn’t been treated by them, I don’t know what I would have
done. Any kind of work was hard; I do concrete work and that’s the only thing I’ve done for 35 years. So I really
thank God for these physicians.” -Robert McGee, VPN Patient
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Timothy Sullivan, MD Loren Hinger, MD Terry Keller, MD Douglas Nocolarsen, MD Gary Cieslak, MD Steven Love, MD

Louis "Jim" Voulelis, MD Jeffery Eidson, MD

M. Gene Erhart, MD

Patrick Zoellner, MD Robert Centeno, MD Karl Zarse, MD

Cardiology

Graham Wetherly, MD Murali N. Bathina, MD Walter L. Seale, MD Frederick Badke, MD Mark Parent, MD Marshall Priest, MD Karl Undesser, MD Steven Writer, MD James Field, MD Stefanie Fry, MD David Hinchman, MD Colin Lee, MD Melinda Marks, MD Samual Bass, MD Andrew Chai, MD Robert Duerr, MD Charles Eiriksson, MD

Dermatology

Aruthur C. Jones, III, MD DelRay Maughan, MD Todd Rustad, MD Matthew B. Schwarz, MD

Gastroenterology

Samuel S. Gibson, MD Ike D. Tanabe, MD Nic R. Cordum, MD Robb F. Gibson, MD Stephen M. Schutz, MD Mark A. Mallory, MD Christopher J. Goulet, MD

Ophthalmology

Katherine O. Whitfield, MD Gregory Kent, MD

Orthopedic Surgeon

Tim Floyd, MD

Orthopedic Surgery/Sports Medicine

Michael J. Gustavel, MD George A. Wade, MD

Pathology/Laboratory Services

IDX Pathology

Physical Medicine

James H. Morland, MD

Pulmonology

Saadia R. Akhtar, MD MSC

Intermountain Medical Imaging

Bryan J. Anderson, MD PC

Avery Seifert, MD

Larry A. Tansey, MD

David B. Crane, MD, FACS

Timothy W. Welebir, MD

William A. Jones, MD

Cynthia Fairfax, MD

William Fredrikson, MD

John Greer, MD

Dawn King, MD

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St.
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Mammography
St. Luke’s Breast Care Services
Saint Alphonsus Comprehensive Breast Care Center
James A. Wolf, MD FACS
Surgery
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Urology
Michael O'Brien, MD
Neurosurgeon
Bruce Andersen, MD
Ronald E. Jutzy, MD
OB/GYN
Lee Parsons, MD
Necole Javernick-Hodges, MD
Robert W. Davis, MD
Timothy A. West, MD
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Heidi Bendorf Chasan, MD
John M. Werdel, MD
Bryan F. Hodges, MD
Phillip Agrusa, MD
Scott Armstrong, MD
Harmony Schroeder, MD

Radiology

Steven Mings, MD

Eric Klein, MD

Jhon R. Hall, MD

Stephen Miller, MD

Jennifer DeBlieck, MC

David Rice, MD

Ear, Nose, Throat

W. Davis Merritt, MD

Todd Waldman, MD

Joseph Williams, MD

Jill Beck, MD

Troy DeMasters, MD

Eric T. Garner, MD

Jared Heiner, MD

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175 Referrals were made for 170 patients, not including follow-up appointments
56 Procedures and Surgeries were performed at no cost to patients
Total Volunteer Physicians Network Charity Care Provided: $ 124,679

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With the staggering epidemics of AIDS, malaria, and other preventable and treatable diseases around the world, it is easy to become discouraged at the amount of human suffering. But in this great challenge lies the opportunity to demonstrate unconditional love, practical service and give hope in the Name of Jesus Christ to the least, the last and the lost.

Name of Jesus Christ to the least, the last and the lost. Since its inception, Genesis

Since its inception, Genesis has been involved in supporting short term medical mission trips with administrative support, medical supplies, training, trip preparation and leadership as requested. This year, we have been able to accomplish one of our long-term goals of leaving a sustainable presence of care overseas. By coming alongside an existing in-country organization with a heart for serving the poor, we have helped bridge the gap of start up support and enabled lasting medical care for the poorest of the poor

As we work towards a short term trip in India in January 2008, we see ahead the same potential of a sustainable facility in conjunction with Boise and India Calvary Chapel ministries. The possibili- ties are numerous and our only real limitation is “what would the Lord have us do?”

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In 2002, GWM agreed to a partnership with Capital Christian Center (CCC) and the local PEFA church to bring medical care to the people of Ndumberi Kenya. Ndumberi is a rural village 15 miles from the capital city of Nairobi. Between 2003 and 2006 five separate teams worked in medical outreaches in the region. After the second trip, individuals from Genesis, CCC, and Eagle Nazarene Church joined together to start the Kenya Coalition with the goal of helping to build, equip, fund, and assist a medical clinic, run by Kenyans.

equip, fund, and assist a medical clinic, run by Kenyans. In 2006, PEFA procured property and

In 2006, PEFA procured property and broke ground that April next to a children’s and women’s center that both Idaho churches are involved in supporting. In addition to serving these people, the clinic will serve thousands of local residents year round in the name of Jesus Christ. In 2006, Eagle Nazarene helped complete the first floor of a modern, 6000 square foot facility. The building was fully completed during 2007.

With the help of Hands of Hope in Nampa, Genesis shipped a 40 foot container loaded with $230,000 worth of medical equipment and supplies to outfit the clinic; the container arrived safely after a four month journey.

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Equipment was also donated to a local hospital there. With the prepara- tory work nearly complete, the Kenya Coalition proposed that Genesis World Mission adopt the ongoing management of the clinic project. The board of directors accepted that proposal in May.

In June and July, three representatives from Genesis World Mission trav- eled to help setup the clinic, hire staff, and develop policies and procedures. The medical missions team from the primary anchor churches and GWM staff/volunteers was able to participate in celebration of thanksgiving and prepare for the opening of the Clinic.

of thanksgiving and prepare for the opening of the Clinic. Local Kenyan professionals now operate the
of thanksgiving and prepare for the opening of the Clinic. Local Kenyan professionals now operate the

Local Kenyan professionals now operate the clinic and are seeing a steady flow of patients. Sustainability is provided through service fees and the generous support of donors internationally. Many miracles took place during the rapid development of this project. Genesis World Mission will continue to support the PEFA Ministries’ ef- forts through consultation, funding, and short term trips in the re- gion. We are grateful to the Lord our God and those who’ve made this project a reality.

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GWM assisted the following organizations and churches in a variety of mission endeavors:
Eagle Nazarene Church (Argentina) ● Medical Missions International (Peru) ●
Boise First Baptist Church (Nicaragua) ● Caravans for Cuba (Cuba) ● Partners of
America (Ecuador) ● National Paramedics and Firefighters (Honduras) ● Hope
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Cole Community Church
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Prepared for 2007-2008 trips to Kenya, Senegal and India and visited potential clinic project
sites in Honduras.
Operated a warehouse for donated medical supplies and equipment to flow through. These
donations were used by Garden City Community Clinic, international projects, or passed on
to Hands of Hope.
Hosted Samaritan’s Purse’s Operation Christmas Child in November 2006 with 8,000 gift
boxes prepared for shipment to overseas children

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The following is a list of cash and in-kind donors and volunteers during the period June 1, 2006 through May 31, 2007.
We make every attempt to be as accurate and complete as possible; with so many generous contributions from the commu-
nity, we apologize if we have overlooked you.

Karen Abbott Ace P.C. Elaine Ackerman-Dunson Albertsons Food Stores Jeffrey and Jolane Albrecht Nic and Shannon Allen Roger and Kathleen Allen Suzanne Allen American Ecology David and Debra Anderson Dean Anderson and Shirley Ware Win and Lorrie Apel Bill Arnold and Vicki Wooll Rebecca W Arnold Jeri Aspenson Assurant Health Foundation AV West George and Judy Bacon Evanson and Jackie Baiya Lisa K. Baker Balanced Body Chiropractic Beverly Banner Christi Barclay Robert and Jean Barnes Paul and Jean Basom Dan and Dolly Baughman Christy Bayes Lynda D. Beach Patti Beavers Gary and Leslie Beck Steve Berenter Dawn S. Berheim Dori Bernsen Arthur and Sue Biedrzycki Betty Bieker

Tricia Bilbao Gene and Danell Bleymaier Bogus Basin Boise at its Best Flowers Boise OB/GYN Boise Philharmonic Boise State University Athletic Department Bookstore Career Center Extended Studies Morrison Center Student Union Building Boise Valley Christian Communion Daniel and Yvonne Bojanowski Grover and Audrey Boldt William and Renee Bourquard Stan and Lorraine Bowman Jennifer Boyd Victoria A. Brewer Brent and Patricia Brocksome Linda Brooks Gary and Judy Brookshier Kent and Sherry Brown Michael and Ruth Brown John Brown Melinda Brown Logan and Laura Brudenell Betty Bufford Ken and Ann Patrice Burgess Shirley Butler Debbie Butler Calvary Chapel Boise Camille Beckman Foundation Christi Campbell Lori Campbell Capital Christian Center

Christi Campbell Lori Campbell Capital Christian Center Page 10 Capital Contribution Center Cardinal Health Richard

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Capital Contribution Center Cardinal Health Richard and Lois Carlson Dirk and Pamela Carlson LuAnn Carlson Marcia J. Carlson Amanda Caron Wendy Cary Toni Cashman Gus and Liz Catherman Barbara Catherman Jerry and Muriel Caven Chapala Mexican Restaurants Christy Chapman Christian Community Foundation, Inc Church of the Brethren Cisco, Inc. City of Boise Lonnie and Marlene Clarkson Christopher and Laura Clary Edward and Arita Cleary Jeff Cliff Coca Cola Bottlers’ Foundation Cole Community Church Carl and Ellen Collins Doug and Carol Colwell Commercial Home Furnishings Robert and Anita Connor Ken Cooney Allyson Coonts Nic and Ann Cordum Phil and Kathy Coulson Lori Covington Tim and Jan Cowles Cracker Barrel Craft Warehouse

Allyson Coonts Nic and Ann Cordum Phil and Kathy Coulson Lori Covington Tim and Jan Cowles

Chet and Leticia Cross Jim and Patty Culpeppers Joseph Daines, Jr. Stephanie L. Dalton Seana K. Daly Douglas and Nancy Dammrose Ian and Sally Jean Davey Brian and Shelly Davey Robert Davidson Janet Davis Robert and Lynn Deakins Max Dean and Deborah Bahora Jennifer and Tim DeBlieck Cam Deemer Delsa's Ice Cream Derrick Construction Company Design Resources Architects Angeline and Michael Devitt Mary Dewalt Kristin Dewey Mike Dickens Mary Kay DiGrazia Susie Dillon Jo E Dockstader Michael and Jennifer Dodd Robin Dodson and Pamela Powell Roald and Ginger Doskeland Double Tree Hotel-Boise Riverside Bob and Sandra Drake Janet Dromarsky Keely Duke and Anne Moe Eagle Church of the Nazarene Tami Edwards Lawrence and Anne Eisener Anne Eisner Ted Ellis Emergency Medicine of Idaho, P.A. Encore Home Décor LLC Kathryn Engle Thomas and Maria Eschen John and Judith Evans Debra L. Evans

Kim Everman Kif Ewing Richard Fabian Family Health Care Family Practice Residency of Idaho Fancy Pants Lyle and Jean Feely Joseph Fetzek First United Methodist Church Jeff and Pam Flora Foley, Freeman, Borton, PLLC Robert and Toni Fontaine Jon Forst David Fotsch Four Rivers Hospice Zachary Fox Mark and Rachelle Francey Fred Meyer Ruth Garcia Karla Gearhard David and Kristi Lynn Gee Mark Gehrett Gem State Dermatology Genesis Medical Center George Lyon George and Patricia Gerber Leslie Gieselman

George Lyon George and Patricia Gerber Leslie Gieselman Gino's Italian Restaurant Eric and Elisa Gironda James

Gino's Italian Restaurant Eric and Elisa Gironda James and Georgia Girvan Tammy L. Glidewell Global Impact Rafael and Janet Gonzales Michael and Marcia Gordon

Impact Rafael and Janet Gonzales Michael and Marcia Gordon Christopher and Dyan Goulet Great Basin, Inc.

Christopher and Dyan Goulet Great Basin, Inc. Mary Hafer J. T. Hall and Jhon R. Hall Gerrie Hall Anita Halpin-Havey Larry and Carmen Halstead Thomas Hamilton Bob and Carol Hamlin Amy S. Hansen Joyce Hardisty Arlene Hardy Robert and Elizabeth Harold Harry W. Morrison Foundation, Inc. Sarah Hartman Janet Hascall Eldon and Janet Hattervig Barbara Hawley James and Tracy Haworth Janice Haworth David and Susan Hazelton Anne and John Heiselmann Eileen Heiselmann Michael and Margaret Henbest Daniel Henbest Richard Herdegen Milkam Herry Dean and Vicki Hess Hewlett-Packard David and Patricia Hills Hills Valu-Rite Pharmacy Steve Hippler and Stephanie Westermier John and Terri Hisel Fred and Mary Hoadley Dave and Bobbie Hobson Mark and Judy Hofstetter Lisa Hollifield Amanda M Holmes Rachel Holmes Steve and Wendi Homan Joyce Honea

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Harrison's Hope Joel and Carolyn Minder-Horton R.D. and Jan House Kenneth Howell and Bernadine Marconi Erica R. Hulbert Marjorie Humphrey Pat Hunt Hope Hunter

Erica R. Hulbert Marjorie Humphrey Pat Hunt Hope Hunter Matt and Monica Hyde I.D.E.A. Printing Idaho

Matt and Monica Hyde I.D.E.A. Printing Idaho Community Foundation Idaho Emergency Physicians Idaho Independent Bank Idaho Spine and Sports Center Idaho Sports Medicine Institute, P.A. Idaho State Office of Rural Health Idaho Women's Charitable Foundation Idaho’s Finest Awards IDX Pathology Innovative Technologies, Inc. Intermountain Medical Imaging Dorthyann Isackson Anne James Chris and Deborah Jenson Alexa Jessee Nancy Johnson Sharon Johnson Lynn Johnson Jeanette and Denny Johnson Julie Johnson Willie F. Johnson Gordon and Vicki Jones William A. Jones Mark and Kristen Jones Leeanne Jordan J's Car Wash

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George and Sondra Juetten Rajesh Kanaparti Michael and Cheryl Kary Michael Kaylor Michael and Jacqueline Keiley Kelly’s Original Inc. Natalia Khochay Larry and LaDawn Kidd David and Liz Kimbrough Leah Kirk Kissler Family Foundation Russell and Cristina Kite Robert and Dorothy Klomp Sharon Knox Erin Kohler Karl Clough and Gretchen Kohler N.C. Kois Kristin Koning Carrie and Donald Kostelec Tom Koto Peter Kozisek and Julia Robinson Darby Kubik Tina Kurtz Michael J. Kutz Rich Lammers Royce Landaluce Langer Dental Arts Patricia Larson Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation Joshua Lawrence Bobby and Brandy Lawrence Scott and Diane Leadbetter Kevin Learned Jerold and Maria Lee Donna Lemmelin Jennifer Lenoue Doni Levandusky Gregory and Diane Lewer Stacey Lewis Diane Limaye Bill and Priscilla Linge Juliann Lucero Joshua and Margene Lunn

Shepard R. Lusk Michael Mallea and Kim Lynch Kim Mankins Ramon Martinez Peggy Mason Harry and Gainelle Massoth Richard and Juanita McDonough Steve and Sue McDonough Consuelo M. McGuire Kate McHail Tim and Tammi McHugh John and Jan McIntyre John and Peggy McMahon Mark and Jody Meier Dennis and Donna Meier Angela Mellen Mena Holding Company LTD Nick Mesa Microsoft Giving Company John G. and Mary K Migliori Michele and Michael Miles Linda Sue Milton Noah M. Minskoff Mona Lisa Fondue Restaurant Stephen Montamat and Rosa Terrazas Moon Creek Dental LouAnne Moresco The Mortgage Place, LLC Ruth Morton Kayla Morton Moxie Java International Betsy A. Moynihan David Mueller Sister Beth Mulvaney Babette Munting Kenneth and Diane Murphy Diane Myers Michael and Gloria Myhre John F. Nagel Foundation Lindsay Nagelmann Tom and Rosemary Nagle Steve Nakamura

Diane Myers Michael and Gloria Myhre John F. Nagel Foundation Lindsay Nagelmann Tom and Rosemary Nagle

Laney Nash Howard Naylor Scott and Diana Nelson T.G. and Sharon Nelson Daleen Ann Nelson Jerry and Janice Nielson Gary and Lonna Nixon Eunice Njiraini Northwest Business Sys- tems William and Kay Nowierski Jenny O’Dell Stephen and Karen O’Dell Andrew Olnes Karl Olson and Heather Hagen Jerry and Terese Orban Orthopedic Surgery Center of Idaho Arthur and Delores Ortman Barry and Ellen Ott Kenneth and Bonita Otten Park Center Dental Clinic Honey Patel Patterson Dental Supply Inc. Gary and Marlene Pawlukewich John and Corrie Pearce Kip and Melisa Pearson Megan Penner Bob Pentecost Peppershock Media Production Dawnell Perry Grant and Connie Peterson Charlotte Phillips Janice Pina Pixel Light Digital Imaging Services Carla D Pladsen J Robert and Priscilla Polk James A. and Pamela S. Prather Precision Instruments Northwest Premium Service, Inc Jeffrey and Molly Prengaman Ben and Beverly Price Proactive Nurse Consulting ProTeam, Inc Elizabeth Puckett

Quentin and Barbara Quickstad Barbara and Craig Quintana R.C. Bigelow Teas Viki C Raaen Richard Rainey Montie and Ann Ralstin Charles and Vera Rasmussen Bob and Cristina Rathbone Steve and Tamara Reames Audrey Reed Regence BlueShield of Idaho Michael Rice Linda Rich Colin Riley Risen Christ Council Tim Alberta and Mary River Roger Rizzo Larry and Kimmie Robb Chad Robertson Diana Rogan Steven and Lori Roser Kimberly and Tim Ross Mike and Clare Ross Michael and Janice Ryan Janice Ryan S & S Dental Caren Keshishian Sage Saint Alphonsus Home Health Ronn and Ladean Sanders Neva and Timothy Santos Katie Savage Eileen Schaffer Jim and Willie Scheel Kenzie A. Scheidt Ruth Schneider Ann Schwen Second Baptist Church Seidl Home Company Selah Medical Center Kalyani Sethuraman Severn Winkle Magette LLP Marian Shaw Katie Shaw Kay Shields

Severn Winkle Magette LLP Marian Shaw Katie Shaw Kay Shields Signature Roofing, LLC E. Sindon Tom

Signature Roofing, LLC

E. Sindon

Tom and Patricia Skeie

Bruce Skidmore Ross Oyen and Katherine Skinner Sandra Small Stanley Leis and Rebecca Smiley-Leis Charles and Barb Smith Vanessa Smith Neil and Margaret Smull Sojourner's Club No.2 Sonitrol Pacific Southminister Women's Assoc. Southwest Boise Rotary Club Spa Estetica Sarah Sparks Barbara Spencer Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center

St.

Luke's Regional Medical Center

St.

Luke's RMC Medical Staff

St.

Mark's Council of Catholic Women

Jim Stedman

St. Mark's Council of Catholic Women Jim Stedman Pat Stephens James R. and Joan Stephens Katherine

Pat Stephens James R. and Joan Stephens Katherine Stevens Brian L. Stewart Kathy Stockton Stor-Mor Storage Sheds The Strong Family Stronghold Remodeling Thomas C. Sutherland Pete and Ann Swanstrom Gordon and Edi Swenson Barbara Swenson Ken Taghon Katie J. Talich

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Cynthia Taylor Beverly and David Taylor Richard and Claudia Terrell William and Kathleen Terry Beth Thomas Chuck and Marietta Thompson Howard D. Thompson Mark and Susan Thornton Brian Tollinger Treasure Valley Association Health Underwriters Tri-State Electric Will and Megan Tumulty Earl, Grace and David Turner

Electric Will and Megan Tumulty Earl, Grace and David Turner Turn-Key Medical Eftimea Ulrey United Way

Turn-Key Medical Eftimea Ulrey United Way of King County United Way of Treasure Valley Becky Uranga Fred Uranga and Associates Holly K. Urban Tiffany Vanvleet Bret Vaterlaus Robert E Vestal Brian and Monica Visser Wachovia Foundation George Wade Kennedy Wainaina Vicki Wallace Kelly Walsh Ryan and Shannon Warwick Carrol and Roberta Warwick Washington Group International Water Ski Pro Shop

Troy Watkins Dean and Lillian Watkins Karl and Teina Watts William and Debbie Wellman Steve and Yvette Westendorf Western Heating and AC Greg and Gayla Whipple Stephen and Keri White Mel and Beverly Wibbels Nicci Williams Dick and Cherol Williams Robert and Stephanie Williams Geri E. Williams Summer Williams David and Rhonda Willoughby Marlene Willy Clyde and Helen Wilson Aaron and Rachel Wilson Sara C. Wilson Chuck and Dianne Winder Ken and Suzanne Winkleman Fay D Wirtanen Tyson and Janelle Wise Lois and Hal Wisner John Witte and Melody Dwyer Woman of Steel Gallery Women’s Health Associates Janelle Wonders David Wong Candy Wood Thomas W Woodward Michelle Woodward Rourke and Amy Yeakley John and Arlene Yinger The Yoga Pilates Center Carol and Pat Young Roger and Amy Zanders Scott and Judy Ziemer Josu Zubizaretta

Genesis World Mission Board of Directors 2006-2007 Karl Watts, MD, President/Chairman Bob Hamlin, Secretary (through

Genesis World Mission Board of Directors

2006-2007

Karl Watts, MD, President/Chairman

Bob Hamlin, Secretary (through Sept 2006)

Arlene Hardy, Secretary (through May 2007)

Bobby Lawrence, Treasurer

Richard Carlson, MD

Susie Dillon, MD

Zach Fox

John Hisel, DDS

Scott Nelson

Craig Quintana

Mike Rice

Joan Stephens

David Taylor

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

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Genesis World Mission continued to grow its financial base of support and operations this year. We are so grateful to the many sources of support we receive, knowing that all of it is sourced in the favor and provision of God. Our financial re- cords were independently audited by Certified Public Accountants Grigg, Ritter & Brash, PC.

Income by Source

Corporate (6%) In-Kind Goods (9%) Community Foundations (27%) In-Kind Services (21%) Churches (2%) Individuals
Corporate
(6%)
In-Kind
Goods (9%)
Community
Foundations
(27%)
In-Kind
Services
(21%)
Churches
(2%)
Individuals
(9%)
Misc. (1%)
Contractual
Events (14%)
Government
(9%)
(2%)

Total Income: $804,317

There were many changes in the level of support in various categories. The decrease in contractual income is a result of the HCAP Grant dis- continuation. In spite of that, community foundations and events in- come grew.

A very significant change in the income percentages is attributable to the first time inclusion of over $74,000 of in-kind goods on the financial statements; $166,739 in donated volunteer time and services was also recorded. (These same amounts are also included as program expenses in the category where they would have normally been expensed.) Cash income totaled $564,000, compared to $387,000 the previous year.

Garden City Community Clinic activities remain the largest portion of expenses at 54%. With the addition of a full-time executive director and volunteer manager, administrative and fundraising expenses grew to a total of 29%. This investment has strengthened volunteer and financial support bases and helped operational efficiency. Mortgage interest represents 26% of administrative costs (and was not divided between pro- grams). Donated goods and services account for another 25% of administrative and fundraising expenses.

Expenses by Program

Warehouse Garden City Volunteer (1%) Community Physicians Network (3%) Clinic-Dental (12%) International
Warehouse
Garden City
Volunteer
(1%)
Community
Physicians
Network (3%)
Clinic-Dental
(12%)
International
Missions
(13%)
Garden City
Community
Administration
Clinic-Medical
(17%)
(42%)
Fundraising
(12%)

Balance Sheet 5/31/2007

Current Assets

218,737

Property and Equipment

477,665

Other Assets

667

Total Assets

697,069

Current Liabilities

30,311

Long-Term Liabilities

296,346

Net Assets

370,412

Total Liabilities and Net Assets

697,069

Total Expenses: $609,037

At the end of the fiscal year, there was quite a variance between total income and total expenses. This is easily explained since Genesis carried forward $99,000 in restricted assets (designated mostly for capital improvements) into the new year. During the year, we also decreased our long-term liabilities (building mort- gage) by $114,000, which is a cash outflow that is not included in expense. Net assets increased by 211%.

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