At the same time we hoped to share our love for our neighbor. Instead we leave with so much more than we gave. The Haitians proved that their strong faith in God is the most important asset we can have.
Afterwards was the orphanage kids’ birthday party, and we took silly pictures with funny hats, danced, ate brownies, and gave hugs!
Then we had our second and final evening celebration. Everyone praised and worshipped in their own individual ways and it was truly beautiful.
The cross was a focal point of our evening service last night. At the service there was a time of worship, a skit, several performances by the church choirs and at the end we had a prayer tent available…
As hard as it is for me to be away from my own 2 girls, these children hold a special place in my soul.
We did the clinic this morning and I cleaned ears, an experience I will not soon forget. But the smiles on the people’s faces was worth it
I really want to send out a huge thank you to everyone who made our trip possible. I know I am coming home with a sense of peace about what has been accomplished and even what I don’t know has been accomplished.
For the afternoon, we hosted the Granmoun for some early supper. We colored with them and Troy and Allen played some dominoes with the men-no clothespins involved in these games.
I am having a great time in the Mole. Dance camp today was really fun but I have never sweat so much in my life!
We started out this morning with church. Even though we couldn’t understand much, if any, of the message, the atmosphere was something I’m glad we were able to experience.