Canvasback Impact

An Archaeological Wonder

Three Angels Broadcasting Network

Program transcript



Series Code: CI

Program Code: CI000003S

00:01 Now I'm out here in this gorgeous beach,
00:02 lots of sand.
00:04 But I want to ask you a question.
00:06 Have you ever had a grain of sand
00:09 or some dirt in your eye,
00:11 and it's just such an irritant, it drives you crazy.
00:15 But what now if you have a needle put in your eye.
00:18 Today's program may not be for the faint of heart,
00:21 but it is a great program.
00:22 Stay tuned.
00:42 Little island here.
00:43 I mean, it's kind of amazing because they're all just coral.
00:47 Coral of every kind, shape.
00:49 But the whole island's made out of that.
00:51 You know, it takes a very special people
00:53 to live on places like this, because very little rainwater.
00:57 In lot of ways it can be dangerous.
00:59 Where are you gonna go?
01:00 There is no place to go except by boat.
01:02 There's very little food, very little anything.
01:06 Now if you just want to come for a weekend,
01:08 maybe you can even rent
01:09 a little place like this your own,
01:11 a little getaway, be kind of nice.
01:13 But for the people here it's a hard life.
01:16 That's why Canvasback comes
01:17 is to help these people because it is such a hard life,
01:20 they can really utilize outside help.
01:23 Matter of fact, our doctors that come,
01:26 the free surgeries that are given,
01:28 thousands and thousands of dollars worth of surgeries,
01:31 absolutely free, thanks to Canvasback.
01:34 So, you know, if you'd like to participate
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01:39 Because every dollar you spend is a mission dollar well spent.
01:44 It's stretched to the max to help these dear people.
01:47 Thank you so much.
01:57 So this is the very last part of Nan Madol.
01:59 Yes, it's the last part.
02:01 How many years were they constructing all of this?
02:04 About 500 years.
02:06 And when did it start?
02:07 1100 to 1600.
02:09 Okay.
02:11 Long time. Yeah, long time.
02:12 Why did they quit?
02:15 They were defeated by some foreigners.
02:18 They say they came from east, they came and defeated them.
02:22 All the first harvest,
02:24 before you eat your first harvest of banana,
02:26 you have to bring it to them.
02:28 First harvest of yam,
02:29 you bring it to them, everything.
02:31 If you caught a big fish, you have to bring it to them.
02:34 Really?
02:35 Yeah. So...
02:38 Now that doesn't make for a happy.
02:40 No, everyone was really feeling bad about that.
02:57 Check out this amazing wall.
02:59 Here we are at Nan Madol.
03:01 Some of those walls are 50 feet high.
03:04 Some of the stones are 50 tons, 50 tons.
03:07 Look at how intricate everything is placed.
03:11 Humans came in and built all of it.
03:12 I think about the human eye.
03:14 Here we are with the team,
03:16 the eye doctors doing this most intricate surgery
03:20 on the human eye yet.
03:21 Many people say
03:22 "Oh, that just happened.
03:24 The human eye just happened."
03:25 But could we say "This just happen.
03:27 You know, the ocean waves washed over here.
03:29 And all of a sudden all these rocks appeared."
03:31 How many of you would believe that?
03:32 Nobody would believe that.
03:41 Some of these rocks,
03:42 as I said earlier are 50 tons or more.
03:47 How did they get these here?
03:48 These came all the way
03:49 from the other side of the island.
03:51 Nothing was here.
03:52 Everything was moved to this side of the island.
03:54 How did that happen?
03:56 Well, nobody seems to know.
03:57 The same as they don't know how the pyramids were built.
04:00 The same as they don't know
04:01 how the larger stones of Machu Picchu were placed there.
04:09 The intricate design of fitting everything in,
04:13 how did it happen?
04:14 Well, today especially
04:15 when I went to school, you know,
04:17 we're taught that's just evolution
04:18 The more time you add,
04:19 the more years you add on to something
04:21 just everything can happen.
04:23 And we're taught that
04:25 humanity is a growing intelligence.
04:27 Evolution, we're evolving into greater species.
04:30 However, there seems to be a problem
04:33 because scientists today with all of their knowledge
04:35 have no idea how a lot of this happen,
04:38 but let me throw something out at you here.
04:41 There's a fellow that wrote a book many years ago.
04:44 Secrets of the Last Races, in there he coined the phrase,
04:47 ooh parts, out-of-place artifacts,
04:50 out-of-place artifacts.
04:52 A young man in England in 1800s was shoveling coal
04:54 into the furnace out,
04:56 fill a big piece of coal
04:58 and inside was a beautifully hand tooled silver necklace.
05:02 How did that happen inside the coal?
05:04 We're taught that
05:05 earth is millions and millions of years old.
05:08 And the list goes on and on.
05:09 I would submit to you
05:11 that according to the Bible story,
05:14 creation from the hand of the Creator,
05:16 we came with extreme intelligence from the Creator.
05:20 But after the fall,
05:21 we've gotten less and less and less intelligent.
05:25 Hence, today, we can't figure out
05:26 how a lot of this was done.
05:29 Check out the Bible.
05:31 Check out God, if you don't know God,
05:33 give Him a try.
05:34 At least read the Bible,
05:36 and decide for yourself after you study it,
05:38 after you've found out what God's really all about.
05:49 You know, I look at all of these massive stones,
05:52 I can't help but think of the name of Pohnpei,
05:54 the actual meaning of it is stone altar.
05:59 Sacrificial altar, stone altar.
06:01 Were there sacrifices here?
06:03 Well, we really don't know. But my guess is probably.
06:06 See, most religions that believe in some other god,
06:09 little g god, tend to have sacrifices.
06:13 But these people came
06:14 whoever they were, they came here,
06:15 they took over the whole island,
06:17 they quelled every other rebellion,
06:20 every other war, and controlled everything.
06:23 Now it's been estimated
06:24 that it may have taken 1, 000 people a day
06:27 to construct this island for 300 years,
06:31 300 years.
06:33 Where did all that food come from?
06:35 Because it's been estimated,
06:37 again, that about 40, 000 people
06:39 is what would have been in this area,
06:41 40, 000 people will eat all the food
06:44 in a matter of a few months.
06:45 And then what happens?
06:47 Today, a ship doesn't show up in a month,
06:50 people don't eat.
06:52 How did all this happen?
06:54 Well, we really don't know, do we?
07:08 It is definitely hot in here.
07:09 But where is in here,
07:11 I'm actually in a burial chamber,
07:13 the burial chamber of the big chief of Nan Madol.
07:17 There are still chiefs on the island today,
07:19 things are quite different.
07:21 Although if you die,
07:23 you have to go to the chief
07:24 and get permission
07:25 for the family to bury that person
07:27 and the actual ceremony can take 10 days.
07:30 Burial is a thing that...
07:32 Well, matter of fact, as we grow older,
07:35 you know, we are born and we're going to die.
07:37 That's just one of the things that happen.
07:39 That wasn't the way it was always meant to be.
07:41 You see, Jesus promised us eternal life.
07:43 We were created not for time, but we're created for eternity.
07:47 And that's what's exciting.
07:49 We don't have to have this life be it.
07:52 We've got eternity.
08:04 The island of Pohnpei, it's absolutely beautiful,
08:07 the people are wonderful.
08:08 There's a lot more story to come, so stay tuned.
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09:12 Yeah, this is definitely a different look for me.
09:14 Got on my surgery outfit.
09:15 We're here in the surgery center
09:17 in the hospital.
09:18 In just a moment,
09:20 we're going to have a nurse anesthetist come in,
09:21 her name is Sheila,
09:22 Sheila is going to have a patient laying right here,
09:25 going to inject a needle into his eye.
09:27 I know that sounds like "Whoa."
09:28 But you get to be a part of that in a moment.
09:31 Then we're going to follow him
09:32 into another surgery area
09:34 where he's going to have cataract surgery.
09:36 Follow this, it's going to be interesting.
09:38 And your head here.
09:45 Some patient walking in front with the cheese bun.
09:49 Can you lay down now?
09:51 Yeah.
09:54 Perfect.
09:59 I'm going to put a few more drops in your eye.
10:08 I'm going to put some ointment in your lower lid, John.
10:16 Sheila, can you walk us through what you're doing here?
10:18 Yes.
10:20 Okay, so for the first drop is a numbing drop
10:24 because the numbing ointment stings.
10:26 So firstly you put the numbing drop
10:28 in for the numbing ointment.
10:30 We put the numbing ointment in because the injection stings
10:33 so it's kind of a...
10:34 Stage now.
10:36 Progressive, exactly, numbing.
10:37 I see you've got an X on his forehead
10:39 so everybody knows what eye.
10:40 So we know exactly which eye. That's right.
10:42 We put an X on the forehead,
10:44 we ask the patient first to confirm.
10:47 We check the consent form
10:48 against what the patient states.
10:50 We place this X and then we put a name tag on that side
10:53 and all those things help us to be 100% confident
10:58 that we're working on the correct eye.
11:03 And, Sheila, I guess for the audience,
11:04 what is your expertise?
11:06 I am a nurse anesthetist
11:08 and I have been working in ophthalmology.
11:11 I've been a nurse anesthetist for well,
11:14 over 25 years
11:16 and I've been in ophthalmology
11:18 since prior to going to anesthesia school.
11:20 So for about 35 years I've been involved in eyes.
11:23 Okay.
11:24 Most people would think
11:26 anesthesiology is completely out.
11:31 But you've got a whole different field
11:33 really very specialized field, it seems.
11:36 I do all types of anesthesia.
11:38 I just happen to kind of get into this niche
11:42 serendipitously by covering for a colleague 25 years ago.
11:47 He wanted to go off,
11:48 he bought a sailboat
11:49 and he was going to sail the world
11:51 and he asked if I would be interested in doing this.
11:54 And I said, "Sure.
11:55 How hard can it be?"
11:56 And I soon learned.
11:58 You soon learned how hard it is?
12:00 John, do you see the photo on the ceiling, the postcard?
12:04 Yeah, the black cat spot.
12:06 Yes.
12:08 Martha, would you be so kind as to pump the bed up, please.
12:13 So now there are eight muscles around the eye
12:16 that all converge in the back into the muscle cone.
12:18 The target of this injection is the muscle cone
12:22 so that we make the muscles numb,
12:23 the eye can't move.
12:24 And we make the eye numb so it doesn't feel anything,
12:27 the optic nerve.
12:29 John, you're going to feel me touch the lower lid
12:31 of your right eye with my finger.
12:36 So I know how long John's eye is from the front to the back
12:39 based on a measurement that was taken in the clinic
12:42 called the axial length.
12:44 That axial length helps me know how to place the needle.
12:48 We should probably tell some of the viewers
12:49 if you're squeamish, don't watch this.
12:52 Don't try it at home.
12:53 Don't try it at home. Yeah.
12:54 True.
12:57 John, I know you're in very good hands
12:58 with this lady though.
13:00 I retract the lower lid.
13:03 I place the needle
13:05 perpendicular to the plane of the face.
13:09 Around the eyeball
13:10 is what's called a periorbital fat pad.
13:13 No matter how thin you are, we all have fat on our eye.
13:19 I just let the needle float through that.
13:22 And now I begin to angle back towards the muscle cone
13:27 and the optic nerve.
13:28 We can see how his lid is starting
13:30 to go down a bit already.
13:32 That tells me I'm exactly where I need to be.
13:35 And you've done this how many times?
13:38 Over 30,000.
13:41 I started when I was 12.
13:42 Please don't think I'm old.
13:45 John, if this is uncomfortable, please tell me, I'll stop.
13:52 Am I hurting you?
13:54 No.
13:55 No? Okay.
13:59 When I come on a mission trip,
14:01 I like to learn a few basic phrases
14:05 in the native language
14:06 in the event that
14:08 people are not available to translate.
14:10 I can say basic commands.
14:13 Just open your eyes.
14:14 Are you having pain?
14:16 And, of course, I don't speak Pohnpeian,
14:18 that's an important phrase
14:20 in case they begin to speak back.
14:22 So you can see how the lid is drifting down now.
14:28 It tells me I'm in a very good spot.
14:34 Are you okay?
14:36 All right.
14:38 I'm going to put a few more drops
14:40 in your eye now
14:41 and give you a little eye massage.
14:45 This might sting a bit, Mr. John, I'm sorry.
14:48 Are you okay?
14:50 Yeah.
14:51 I think they got your best side.
14:54 I think you're a very good patient.
14:56 Yes.
14:57 You're doing very good.
14:59 So could you read the eye chart at all?
15:04 Or did you just see somebody waving their hand?
15:08 Just a waving hand.
15:10 So we measure from 2020, 2400 is that big E
15:14 then the next thing we start are "Can you count fingers?"
15:19 And then after that, if they can,
15:21 "Can you see my hand moving?"
15:22 Okay.
15:25 How many patients do you get in here
15:27 that that's pretty much it just come in.
15:31 I would say probably better than half because they don't,
15:35 you know, they don't have access to immediate care.
15:37 So a lot of them will let their cataracts
15:39 go and go and go.
15:41 By the time we see them,
15:43 many of them have just
15:44 this white hard lens in their eye
15:47 that they can't even see light through.
15:49 And I understand here in the equator
15:51 that you can actually,
15:53 more people get cataracts
15:54 because of the sun exposure and nobody wears sunglasses.
15:57 And they don't wear sunglasses, right.
15:59 Mr. John, you can open this eye.
16:01 Okay.
16:02 All right. I'm going to help you sit up now.
16:06 Can you sit up? Good.
16:08 And just bring your legs around.
16:11 There you go. And just sit for a moment now.
16:15 Diabetes is also a huge factor on the island here
16:20 that causes cataracts in some people.
16:26 Okay, Mr. John, there's a step.
16:29 Take your time standing up.
16:33 And step down.
16:35 There's a step. Step down, perfect.
16:38 And we're going to go back now and wait for surgery.
16:41 In a few minutes
16:42 you'll go in the operating room.
16:44 Oh, yeah.
16:45 Okay. Yes.
16:47 You're all ready.
16:48 I'm just ready already, I know.
16:50 Mr. John, we're good, but we're not that good.
16:53 You thought it was all over?
16:56 Hang on to here.
16:58 We'll see you in the surgery room.
17:03 We're going to go around the corner to the right here.
17:09 We've got a lot more exciting things for you
17:11 so stay tuned.
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18:18 I look at the market here. It's got a lot of bananas.
18:22 Very little else.
18:23 It's one of the larger markets in the area,
18:25 the fruit markets anyway.
18:27 But very little
18:29 and you think about all the people on this island
18:31 and there's breadfruit, there's, oh, you know,
18:34 the list kind of goes on
18:35 but they don't grow too much here.
18:39 What happens if the ships stop coming in?
18:42 People are going to get very hungry.
18:44 You know, children of Israel.
18:46 It's kind of interesting you look at well,
18:49 in Exodus Chapter 14,
18:52 God brought them out of the land of Egypt,
18:54 out of the land of bondage.
18:56 Really it represents sin, He brought them out of sin.
19:00 And then He took them up to the edge of the Red Sea
19:03 and the Egyptian army, those who hadn't been killed,
19:06 they're pursuing them,
19:08 600 chariots I believe the number was,
19:09 all the chariots, all the men of war,
19:11 they're pursuing them
19:12 to get right up to the edge of the sea.
19:15 And God's people are,
19:17 "What are we going to do? We're all going to die."
19:18 They were just absolutely freaking out.
19:22 And it's very interesting
19:23 because God says through Moses,
19:25 "Fear not.
19:26 Stand still and see the salvation of the Lord."
19:31 Then He says, "The Lord shall fight for you.
19:34 You shall hold your peace."
19:36 In other words,
19:37 maybe a modern translation would be
19:39 "Shut up and just know that I'm God
19:40 and watch what I'm going to do for you."
19:43 Well, we know at the next moment
19:44 God parted the Red Sea through the hand of Moses,
19:47 all the children went through on dry ground,
19:50 dry ground and then the armies.
19:52 This seems to me a little dumb on the part of the enemy.
19:56 But enemies usually are that way.
19:58 They proceed out through The Red Sea
20:00 and all of a sudden God takes His hand back
20:03 and the waves begin crashing over them.
20:05 They drowned the entire Egyptian army.
20:09 I think a one street preacher in New York that was...
20:12 He was talking about this very subject
20:14 that God drowned the whole Egyptian army
20:16 and one atheist came up to him and said,
20:18 "Man, don't you know,
20:19 that was the reed sea, not the Red Sea.
20:21 And these people were going
20:22 through in just ankle deep water
20:24 and that's all it was."
20:25 He thought he had totally,
20:27 totally taken care of this old street preacher.
20:29 Next day, he comes by
20:31 and the street preacher's saying,
20:32 "Praise God, Hallelujah,
20:33 God drowned the whole Egyptian army
20:35 in 12 inches of water."
20:37 You know, it's all about perspective.
20:39 It's all about how we look at it.
20:41 God wanted His children
20:42 to get the heavenly perspective to keep their eyes upon Him.
20:47 He brought them through this in Chapter 15,
20:50 they sing the song of Moses, the song of deliverance,
20:53 the song of the mighty power of God.
20:56 It's very interesting in Revelation Chapter 15 also,
21:00 you know, we sing the song of deliverance,
21:03 the children of God
21:04 stand on the sea of glass this time,
21:07 first time, Red Sea, now go through it,
21:09 next time stand on the sea of glass,
21:11 and they sing the song of deliverance,
21:13 the song to the Lamb.
21:15 Jesus is the one who takes care of us.
21:17 He's the one who leads us through.
21:19 But they still had a hard time with this lesson.
21:22 He took them on out through this desert,
21:25 this barren land,
21:26 because you see they've been brought out of sin,
21:29 but now they had to learn of God.
21:31 And that situation is all about the process of sanctification.
21:36 Sanctification,
21:37 that is something we learn as we walk with God,
21:40 how we walk with God, how we...
21:42 How we handle that situation as we encounter problems
21:45 and tribulation in this life.
21:47 Well, they got up to...
21:48 There were three days,
21:50 I believe the Bible records three days.
21:52 And what were they going to do?
21:55 They have no water.
21:56 Now the human body as the doctors will testify,
21:59 the human body, you know,
22:00 it just can't do too much without water.
22:03 And here, they said,
22:05 "God, what are you going to do for us?
22:06 We're all going to die.
22:07 You brought us out here in this land to die.
22:10 Absolutely die."
22:11 Well, yeah. Praise God. He took care of it.
22:15 He brought them water.
22:16 Later on, they still don't learn the lesson.
22:18 And they're complaining about no food.
22:21 And, you know,
22:22 God handled that situation as well.
22:24 Later on again, water.
22:25 And then still later on,
22:27 He brought them up to the beautiful Canaan land
22:29 where He said,
22:30 "It's a land flowing with milk and honey,
22:31 and I will take care of you."
22:34 The spies went in, they came back,
22:36 the report was
22:37 "There's giants in the land.
22:39 We can't take the land."
22:41 In our own sight
22:42 we're like little teeny grasshoppers.
22:45 They had a problem, didn't they?
22:46 You see, we're here with an eye clinic.
22:50 Eye sight,
22:51 they were looking at themselves,
22:53 they were not looking at the God of the universe.
22:56 Whole different situation.
22:57 God says in Isaiah,
22:59 He sits on the circle of the earth,
23:00 and all the people look like grasshoppers.
23:04 If God wants you to go someplace,
23:06 God is the one who will handle it.
23:08 God is the one who will deal with it.
23:09 When you're sitting on the shoulders of God,
23:11 there are no giants in the land
23:13 because our God is a mighty God,
23:15 an amazing God.
23:17 Give God that chance in your life.
23:19 Are there giants in your life right now?
23:20 Are there things going on in your life right now?
23:23 Give God the opportunity.
23:24 Stand still.
23:26 God will fight for you.
23:30 Mr. John, we're going to check your block.
23:32 Can you open your eye?
23:35 Of course not.
23:38 Now follow my finger.
23:40 Look over here and look over here.
23:44 See how his eye has no mobility.
23:49 Yeah, so we're just removing.
23:51 Mr. John, you look like a sand
23:53 that I wrapped or I flipped that in last week.
23:58 Are you okay?
23:59 All right. Let's go in the operating room.
24:02 All right.
24:03 John, I like to pray before surgery,
24:05 is that okay?
24:06 Go ahead.
24:08 Okay. Let's say a prayer.
24:10 Dear Jesus, we want to ask for Your presence
24:12 and Your blessing on the surgery.
24:14 We recognize You as the great physician
24:15 and healer
24:17 and ask that You'll guide during this procedure.
24:19 Pray for a quick healing afterwards and good vision,
24:22 Lord. In Jesus' name, amen.
24:24 Amen.
24:25 So I don't want to disturb you,
24:27 but can you walk us through a little what you're doing now?
24:28 Sure.
24:30 Like I said, this calcium deposition
24:31 is kind of in a line
24:33 that goes across the eye, kind of horizontally.
24:36 And unfortunately,
24:37 it's right in the centre of his vision.
24:39 So what I'm doing now
24:41 is I'm just kind of drying the surface.
24:43 And then I'm going to take an instrument
24:46 to kind of start to gently
24:48 kind of remove that deposition
24:54 on the surface here.
24:57 She's gonna hand me an instrument.
24:59 Take the crescent.
25:01 Yeah.
25:03 What's the actual cause of...
25:05 How does that come about?
25:09 You know, that's a really good question.
25:12 There's a lot of causes.
25:15 It can be...
25:17 Sometimes people can have systemic causes,
25:20 you know, if they have problems with their kidneys,
25:25 and they have high calcium,
25:27 that can cause the calcium to deposit on their eye.
25:30 Or if they've had a chronic
25:33 long term surface disease in the eye,
25:36 you can get some calcium deposition.
25:46 We'll take the fine tip there.
25:52 So like I was saying
25:54 the calcium gets kind of deposited
25:56 within the tissue a little bit.
25:58 Okay.
25:59 So when you're removing,
26:01 trying to remove just a little
26:02 as little tissue as possible
26:03 and get all the calcium out of there.
26:05 Everything's going good.
26:08 John, are you doing okay?
26:11 You're gonna hear a kind of a buzzing sound,
26:13 a little vibrating sound
26:15 almost early on in your ear can come in.
26:17 Yeah. Not necessarily. Yeah, that's good.
26:22 How long can the human eye stand being open
26:24 without any kind of irrigation?
26:27 That's a really good question.
26:28 You know, not too long.
26:31 That's why you'll see us kind of put food on there
26:34 on a pretty regular basis.
26:36 We don't want to go too long without keeping the eye.
26:38 The cornea,
26:40 especially the front windshield is really important
26:42 to keep it from getting too dry.
26:46 Sheila is very typical of our volunteers.
26:50 She's dedicated, compassionate, and committed.
26:55 She's a professional
26:56 and applies her skills with precision.
27:00 John is like so many of our island patients,
27:03 searching for hope, where there has been so little.
27:07 Kind, gentle and very gracious,
27:12 Canvasback is the vehicle
27:14 that has been bringing hope
27:16 and healing for almost four decades
27:18 to people in need.
27:20 Everything we do is made possible
27:23 through the financial gifts of viewers like you.
27:26 And please do keep Canvasback Missions
27:29 and all the people we are healing in your prayers.
27:34 To be a part of this exciting ministry,
27:36 write us at Canvasback Missions
27:38 940 Adam Street Suite R Benicia,
27:41 California 94510.
27:44 You can also log on to
27:46 or call us at 707-746-7828.
27:51 You know, thank you for watching.
27:52 Please join me again
27:53 for another exciting island adventure.
27:55 Remember,
27:57 Canvasback is making an impact on hearts and lives,
28:00 one miracle at a time.


Revised 2020-11-02