Hearts for Haiti…Day 6

Bon Weit!!! We are wrapping up our last day in the Mole. We enjoyed our Sabbath in true Haitian style as a day of rest. Katie and I observed children’s church this morning and then sat in on the adult Haitian service. It was difficult not understanding what was being said but lovely to be a part of it and observe the devout faith that the Haitians have. We spent the afternoon walking to a historic fort in town and swimming in the beautiful ocean one more time. This evening was a special bonfire dinner and praise and worship on the beach while we watched the sunset. What a perfect way to wrap up our time here. I will always treasure the time I got to spend with the people here and hope I will find ways to continue serving at home. – Annie


Hello! We had relaxing day today. We started off going to a Haitian Church service. We spent some time at the beach and had a bonfire. I enjoy the rich spirit here. The Haitians still need prayers to meet their needs. The states also need prayers to spread the faith in God. I’m excited to squeeze my family!!

Lotsa love – Katie


This is our last night in Haiti. It is hard to believe. It has gone fast. We helped with children’s church today, which was pretty busy. After church, we went to Mare Rouge to visit Pastor Capri. It was good to meet him and his family. We also went to the location where they meet for church. It was fun to see the land University Christian Church helped them purchase for the location for their church. The structure they meet in for church is very primitive. The tarp has developed some holes and the side- walls are woven so they have some issues with rain coming in on days that it rains. Hopefully UCC will be able to help them make some improvements to the property. Pastor Capri has a heart for evangelism. We were able to deliver some of the church clothes that UCC packed for the people of Mare Rouge. It will be hard to say goodbye tomorrow especially to our daughter Morgan. It has been good to visit and to be able to spend time with the people.

Michelle Brouk

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