Another sunny day in Haiti! It has been absolutely beautiful this week. My heart is so full right now from all of the day’s activities.
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!
This Easter we received the most INCREDIBLE news! After 5 years of diligently praying & pleading with God – He has heard our cries & answered our prayers!
We take advantage of any extra time we have by spending time with the orphans. Any time we go over to the orphanage we are bombarded by smiling children with arms held high asking us to hold them.
Hey Friends! Today has been yet another amazing day. It started early this morning with a 6am Sunrise service to celebrate Easter. I was a little caught off guard when the first to arrive was the pastor’s 4 boys at 5:45am. It was shortly followed by the 35 […]
Meridian’s first day in the Mole was spent settling in and getting to know the Mole campus. They have already done so much to bless our campus within this first day of being here!
First we started with giving a spa day to the mothers that take care of the orphans. So the girls did that while the guys watched the orphans. After that we held an Easter Party for some of the kids from Children’s Church.
The teenagers helped us in clinic and then played with the orphan kids. Everyone is staying healthy and hydrated. The week is flying by!
We are excited to share that today was a great day! We preformed the Freedom Drama four times, most of which we did while dry.
It’s been a rainy day here in the Mole but that hasn’t stopped us from being His hands and feet today. We started our morning with a devotional from the book of Matthew reminding us that Jesus calls us out of our comfort zone, which was very fitting for today as the rains came down making everything just a little more difficult.
Afterwards the kids started showing up for Children’s Church. We had them take palm leaves and wave them like the Israelites did. It was heart melting to see them singing Hosanna, Hosanna. Hosanna!