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.
In our village it’s business as usual. If we didn’t have internet we wouldn’t even know anything was going on. As always, please continue to pray for Haiti.
Bonswa! Happy 4th of July! This morning some of the team ran a spa for the mommas who work in the orphanage while the rest
This morning, we had an orientation of the Mole campus and toured the town. We greeted the locals casually walking down the streets experiencing the Haitian lifestyle here.
When you tell people you are going to Haiti, the first things that come to mind are often negative, which is understandable-there is a lot of hardship and darkness here. But there’s also a lot of Jesus-please pray for this mission, they are bringing much light and glorifying the Father daily!