I know so many of us are feeling relieved that 2020 is about to end and somehow we hold out hope that 2021 will be better. Amen - myself included! It's been an uncomfortable year, for sure. And yet, in the midst of the pandemic and political unrest in Haiti, God has remained the same. He's never left us. He's never fallen short of HIS goals. He's not once been surprised by a turn of events. He does know the end from the beginning and everything is still right on track.
Students are finishing up exams this week, but last week they had some opportunities to celebrate Christmas with their classmates. Let me tell you, Haitians know how to do fancy when it comes to celebrations! Look at these cuties! Frantzo is a student at the MOHI school in Thozin, Grand-Goave. He is ten years old and in the third grade. He used to attend school in a neighboring village, but his mom just couldn't come up with the tuition payments to keep him there. Rather
I find it so encouraging when the people who are a part of MOHI in Haiti share their thoughts and feelings about the mission with us. It puts a name, a face, and feet to the work that we are doing in Haiti. Recently, one of our friends at the church in Thozin, Clermont, was excited to tell us how much the mission has changed his life. He was living in the capital city of Port-au-Prince. He first came to Grand-Goave in 2010 after the earthquake, looking for work. He had wo
MOHI's soccer field has filled in with grass quite nicely. I do wonder if it'll last, as the field has been getting a real workout this week. Our high school is holding regular games between the various classes. School spirit is soaring right now! Not everyone is playing soccer. Some people are giving the play by play over the loud speaker. Marie Syliana has been coming to our medical clinic for a long time, but this week was her first visit to the dental clinic. She lik