Praying as promised.
Join this Haitian church in their struggle
access to an abundance of opportunities to make a difference.
This man is the real deal. I was up in Fond Blanc with him, and after taking a walk around the village, watching the woman doing their wash by the river and the children laughing and playing in the water, I returned to the orphanage, and there he was with three of the children all leaning on him, totally at ease, feeling secure and loved.
I’ll send you the photo I captured of this.
Sorry we’ll miss you when u have your adventure with God here.
The story of the Gospel is comprised of the stories of those who follow Jesus without reservation. AIM tells those stories. And they encourage me.
This is the community I went to for a week; and a week that changed my life. He cares more for his people and flock than anyone I’ve ever met.
We were immediately welcomed with open arms into their “family” at the house next to the community. One of our first real encounters with the way God is moving and how abundantly present He is down there was at their weekly house prayer meeting on Monday night. We prayed, we sang, and we communed together as strangers becoming instant family.
Pastor Jean Claude is absolutely the real deal and an amazing man. Count me in.
Thanks Seth for all your are doing. Headed to Haiti on Sunday and praying for how God might want to use my family.
Suzanne – what an encouraging testimony – thanks.
Melinda – thanks for the pic – just posted it.
Joy – see you there!
I am eager to serve in Haiti, and did go to the website to view the list of dates and trips. I am waiting until I sense a strong call to go. It isn’t yet the time, but am drawn to praying for your group, for all the teams and for God to let me know when it will be my turn.
Thanks for keeping us all connected to what God is doing in Haiti through your updates. I got to share with some friends last night some of stories of healing and hearing God’s voice that marked my trip to Haiti in March. Everyone was so encouraged, they have committed to filling up my suitcases with supplies when I return to Haiti next month. Can’t wait!