Foundations are laid in childhood. God's word is the greatest foundation we can build into a child's life. It is the priority in our lives and ministry in Haiti. Beyond that, a foundation of good nutrition, education, and vision/hope for the future is what we desire for the children we minister to. Please do continue to pray for Haiti. There is still so much senseless violence and killing happening on a daily basis.
Please pray for peace. Thank you. Pastor Lex finished
Pastor Lex told me they rented him the whole plane from JFK to Port-au-Prince. He said there may have been 15 people on the entire plane when they shut the doors. I'm glad they still flew and he made it safely to Haiti. I didn't hear from him until almost 11 pm when he finally got to the missionary compound - after 4 vehicles broke down on the way. CRAZY! He has a very short time in Haiti and LOTS to accomplish. He loves the students and his first place to go is to the c
There was a season in my life years ago when I was eager to get to work in the morning and my husband liked to take care of things around the missionary compound before he would head up to the main campus. At that time, I would wake before the sun, shower, and get dressed. About that time the sun would be rising, I'd kiss him goodbye, and begin my walk to the office. Every now and then he would remind me that he didn't want me to leave until the sun was up. I wasn't reall
Thank you to everyone who has been praying for Pastor Bauvais this past week. He is home recovering, but is still feeling weak and not yet eating well. Would you please continue to pray for this mighty man of God? Nurse Marlouse had an impactful first month of the year at the Port-au-Prince campus (CLS). She was able to treat staff and students with a variety of symptoms. Being a nurse, she is only able to treat with over-the-counter medicines. Even so, there is great pe