WISHING EACH AND EVERY ONE A HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!
We are missionaries with Northwest Haiti Christian Mission. We have devoted our lives to serving His kingdom in the country of Haiti. We have 7 children and a thirst for an intimate relationship with our Creator. There may be a lot of drama on the battlefield but one thing is for sure.....There's Never A Dull Moment!
Saturday we celebrated his new love & wedding here on campus! I know my parents, brothers, & sister wished they could be here for this special occasion! I’m so grateful to see the joy return to Bena! I pray that these two will grow closer to Christ as they grow closer to each other.
Well….we did the best we could with what we have. To say that I’m sorely disappointed a crate full of Christmas decorations is at the bottom of the sea would be an understatement. I had big dreams to WOW this community this year. I know it’s not quite […]
And we owe all of it to our Father in Heaven & everyone who chose to reach out and make this story their own.
For the past several months we’ve been working on the church & our basketball court! It’s so exciting to see the progress of both projects. The basketball court was completed in September and our church should be completed by the end of the month! Jacques has done a fantastic […]
We just want to thank Northwest Christian Church for being an answer to many prayers prayed on behalf of our staff! For the past several years our employees have lived in wooden panel homes. Due to lack of funds – the homes were never completed. The panels are supposed […]
If you’ve been collecting supplies, we are asking that you have it to Versailles, KY no later than November 5th. Please message me and I’ll give you my parent’s address where you can mail/drop off the supplies.
The ladies spent another day in clinic today. We were able to get some meds counted and ready to dispense so Susan won’t get too behind in filling prescriptions after we’re gone. We were also able to put away some supplies and clean up the pharmacy. Some of […]
The Haitians in the fishing village were so humbling and made us feel very welcomed.
What an amazing day! Back breaking work for the men(carrying buckets of sand and large rocks for the construction of the church) and easy stuff for the women(working in a hot clinic and pharmacy filling prescriptions, playing with sick kids, painting fingernails. Rain came today (which they tell […]