Though we got a late start… the town is THRILLED that our lights are finally up! Crowds of people have already gathered…
Since tonight is our last night we had our dinner and devotion on the beach. We roasted hot dogs and ate them while watching the sun set over the beautiful beach in The Mole.
As soon as we got off the boat we began spreading out and looking for villagers. We were met with big smiles from the children and warm Haitian “Hello’s” from the adults. It didn’t take long we had a crowd gathering at the center of the village.
The day started out with the campus kiddos being taught about good and bad touch. I tried to emphasize the need for us to respect ourselves and others, and to love as God loves.
Today we woke up and got to go to Church! It was really cool to not understand anything that was being said or done but still be able to feel the presence of God and witness the way the Haitians worship!
It was definitely a long night, but it was a good one. My group was amazing. They would ask so many good questions about God and faith during small group.