Let's start out with some pictures from MOHI in Haiti. Christmas parties were abundant at MOHI this past week. Here's the setup for the children's ministry party at church... The Christmas soccer tournament is still in full swing. It has attracted a lot of positive attention in the community. Construction on the new entrance/waiting areas for the clinic area are progressing well. I loved this picture Nurse Baby sent me of her, Davidson, and their new addition, Daveshaïnah.
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Despite the very frigid temperatures in New England this time of year, I am totally enjoying seeing all the decorations in the area and especially seeing the decorative lights on the trees and homes at night. Somehow it just makes me feel warm fuzzies on the inside. You can tell by the pictures that the kids in Haiti are really excited about Christmas, too. Christmas parties and gifts preceded period exams. Hopefully all those war
Hello Friends. I'm back in the saddle again. Hope has infused me over the past couple of months. I am so grateful for the outpouring of love I received from family and friends over these past 12 days. MANY prayers, meals, text messages, visits, and phone calls all came together to bring me so much hope and great encouragement. I'm managing some pain still and the doctor says it'll be a while before I can lift my beloved grandson, but I'm in a good place. Through it all,
While Lex and I are here in New England "enjoying" the frigid temperatures (maybe not so much!), our leadership team is hard at work in Haiti. Things are so different now than they were 18 years ago. Our staff feels the pulse of the mission. They have united with the vision, pray for and contemplate about it, and God is using them to make it happen. Yes, Lex and I are still very involved, but it thrills me to no end to see others taking initiative to make things better an