Bonswa! What a wonderful first few days we have been blessed with! Today we experienced a hard morning of construction, working on the new church building for the mission. Thankfully we were blessed with one of the “cooler” days, when in reality I still managed to pretty much sweat through my shirts and pants. Later on in the day, we went out and did what the mission calls hut-to-hut. Essentially this is heading up into the mountain village as a group and speaking love and life into the people there. One of the biggest requests that we received was that the Lord would bless them with rain (which is very relatable to how Lubbock was), and thankfully later in the day our prayers were answered! The Lord has really been showing up to us in a big way.
One of the biggest verses that has been really applicable to me so far has been Jeremiah 5:14, and the big part of the verse for me is “I will make my words in your mouth a fire and the people the wood that it consumes.” I feel that the Lord has even bigger plan in store for the team and I, and I know that it will not be just us that will be changed after this week.
So I have finished the end of my short speech in a way, and I hope that everyone will continue to keep us in your prayers!
Much love from the team and I,
Ama, I love & miss you.
Mum & Dad, I’m safe.
Al Martin…*fist bump*
Hello Robinsons this is Captain Asher Robinson of the Haiti expedition we are doing fine and are doing the best we can with the language barrier but we shall prevail today we made new with the construction crew and now I must sign off goodbye.