Last week I told you that we had received all the supplies that shipped on the bus. This week the bus itself arrived at the MOHI main campus without any issues. We are so grateful for the favor God has shown! Again, we want to express our gratitude to each of you who donated goods, funds, and prayers to see this project through. Thank you!!! Our friends in Haiti are enjoying legally gathering to worship together once again! Many of you donated masks for our clinic patient
God meets us where we are and lovingly leads us along the path He's set before us. His sheep know His voice and follow. Lord, please give us eyes to see and ears to hear what you are saying to Your church today. At the MOHI church in Thozin this morning, the Lord's presence was tangible in the worship services. Both services were well attended and God was definitely the midst of His people. People are so thrilled to be worshiping the Lord together once again. The bus arri
Today was Super Sunday for us!!! What a joy for our churches to gather in person once again! People had been so longing to worship together afresh. I'm so proud of everyone, too, for doing such a great job of following directions and keeping distance between themselves. In a society where people are rubbing elbows constantly, that is no easy feat. Hats off to you, my friends!!! I so enjoyed seeing my husband back in the pulpit - or in the vicinity of it! He encouraged th
When I was in middle school, many MANY years ago, Ms. Foster-Winton made us memorize a Robert Frost poem for her language arts class. I was so annoyed. Poetry hardly ever made any sense to me. How was I going to remember all these meaningless words? I chose the shorter of the two choices (of course!): "The Road Not Taken". Somehow I remembered it long enough to pass the class. The last stanza of that poem has revealed itself to me over and over again through the years.