Pumpkin Soup is a New Year’s tradition in Haiti. The problem is, the ingredients are very expensive and difficult to find in our area.
We brought Owen to help us tell the story of Moses and the Red Sea, appointing a kid as Moses, a group as the roaring waters, a group as God’s chosen people, and of course Pharaoh and his army. We went through the whole story emphasizing that God…
Today was a clinic day here at the mission campus so some of us stayed to help out in the waiting room; playing with children in the waiting room and cleaning ears.
I loved that we were able to experience Haiti outside of the campus on our walk to Karenage this morning.
It was truly moving to see how much the kids craved a kind touch or a hug. The people in this village are incredibly strong and can move through anything as they have experienced many natural disasters and yet they continue to rebuild after each hurricane.
When we got there we split into 2 groups and went to different ends of the village, walking hut to hut and meeting the people. We would talk to them, play with the kids, and ask them what we could pray for them.