This morning I worked in the clinic. It was awesome! I worked in the Pharmacy getting everyone’s medicine ready for them to take home. It was so great to be able to give all of these sick people medicine for free.
The clinic relies completely on donations and they don’t have another medical team coming until next summer! While some of us worked in the clinic, others went and did hut-to-huts. They stopped and prayed with a little girl who they met yesterday who had a seizure.
Most of the men have been picking up more sand and unloading it ALL DAY. They are working HARD!! Even the Haitian men are saying how hard our guys are working! Shout-out to Nancy and Courtney for shoveling sand today!! Good job ladies!! While they were at the beach picking up sand some locals caught a HUGE sea turtle and carried it to their truck.
After clinic and hut to huts we hosted an adult VBS. They LOVE the crafts and are super creative. We brought games to play from the States and they love Jenga and we taught them to play Uno. Haitians
are really competitive its so funny to watch them play.
In our lessons we taught them about how God made them, God loves them, and Jesus wants to be my friend forever. We always play a game of “hot potato” last but the ball is Voodoo and you don’t want to get caught with Voodoo when you’re a Christian.
It poured down rain today so we couldn’t take the adults out to do the parachute again. Then we went and played with the orphanage children. We were supposed to take them to the beach, but it was still raining so we brought the parachute and they loved whipping the balls up in the air and they all ran under it, it was soooo cute!!!
Ms. Diana played jump rope with them forever and they really enjoyed it. I never thought I would love being here as much as I do! As much as I miss my husband and my three kiddos I will be so sad to leave. I am
Ashley Pelfrey can we move to Haiti?? I want to be a pharmacist! I love you and miss you and the kiddos terribly. Give them all a hug and kiss from me!
Hey Tina just a quick shout out. Beka is alive and well. And, assisted in the clinic. I love you. John
Hannah I am so proud of you for learning to do the backstroke. That was one of daddy’s favorite events. Can’t wait to swim with you on Sunday. Tell mom and Jacob I love them and keep them safe till I get
Carrie and my amazing kiddos…took me a day to finally respond we’ve been so busy, but I miss you terribly. Abigail and Hannah, I am so proud of you. Be good for your mom. Carrie, I love you so much. Be good for YOUR mom ☺. Thanks for the prayers and know that you’re in mine as well. Love you all. PS – Tell Andy he’s preaching on Sunday. I will be too exhausted to make it!
Hey Diane, missing all of you, Dave, Debbie, Robert, Chris, Megan, Kristen, Emily, and Vicki. We are working hard, reaching people, loving young orphans. I have many photos, and videos, but no way to get them out. We have no internet or phone. Love you all. Pray for our work.
Thank you my friend for encouragement in this mission. I am enjoying serving the Lord in Haiti. God bless you and your ministry in Brazil.
(Obrigado meu amigo pelo encorajamento nessa missao. Eu estou feliz por servir o Senhor em Haiti. Deus abencoe voce e um grande abraco para as igrejas no Brasil).
Marcia & Gabriel. I miss you. We have an awesome day! We had to hard work today and I am so tired, but after shower I was ready to play soccer with the kids and another truck. Love you!
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