Haiti, Week 3: In Pictures

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Haiti is a bender of time, and while this may sound dramatic (you have my permission to roll your eyes) our life in America seems like a memory...already.  It feels like we've been here a lot longer than 3 weeks. In a good way.

This past week was full...

Deepening relationships, 
new experiences,
seeing the beauty of the body of Christ caring for a widow and her children,
witnessing the public decisions to live for Christ by 25 precious Haitian friends,
and, of course, managing to fit in some fun with our buddies at HFHM.

Full, I tell ya. 
Our bodies are tired but our hearts are so very full.




Everywhere we go Ella gets a new hair-do. She's a good sport about it.




Earlier this year we wrote a lot about our friend Philimone, who passed away from mouth cancer. We got to visit his widow, Myline, and their kiddo's and see the house that the Body of Christ built for them. They are doing well and the local church is doing a great job of caring from them. 


Peeking in at the baptisms.


25 new believers, some from far into the provinces here in Haiti, who had been waiting for the opportunity to be baptized, made their public profession of faith here at Our House of Hope. I cannot even begin to explain the joy of watching this.






These next two upcoming weeks are the busiest weeks for us as we have two very large teams back to back, so please pray we will be sustained with energy.

Broken record time...

Thank you, thank you, thank you to all who are praying for us! 

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