Month: June 2010

He Always Knows Right Where To Hit…

Today is Asher and Levi’s first birthday! I remember their first day so well. I had a doctor’s appointment. I was in the doctor’s office and I kept telling the nurse that I thought I was in labor. She told me it was “nothing”. Nothing? So she let […]

We’re Home…

We are safe and sound in the Mole. It was quite the adventure here. We had two flat tires which made for a 6 hour drive! Malaya was sick the entire time – throwing-up outside the window because the driver didn’t want to stop anymore! Gabriel was hungry […]

Love to Haiti

The first official team we had come to the Mole (Pleasant Valley Baptist Church) made this video of their entire trip. It has pictures from St. Louis campus, Salines Myette, and the Mole! Click this link to see the video – Love to Haiti.

And Away We Go…

Jose and I have fixed up the house in the Mole and it’s ready for the kiddos. We have spent the last several days in St. Louis gathering the remains of our belongings – fridge/freezer/washing machine/clothes/etc. The one thing that was holding us back from taking the kids […]

Eat Mole Chicken…

We spent an afternoon fellowshipping with the pastor’s family the other day.  Together – we have come up with some cool ideas to help bring people to the church. I’ll write more about that later. I am very excited about it! 🙂 I have to tell you if […]

First VBS In The Mole…

Today was an awesome day! First of all I just wanted to let you know I’m writing you from our house! We finally got the internet to work. We had gone to the internet cafe downtown a few nights ago but then it lost it’s signal and we’ve […]

Hello From The Mole…

We do not have internet at our house but we found a small little cyber cafe!! We arrived in the Mole around noon on Friday. We brought with us a carpenter to put shelves in our rented house. We also brought with us a steelworker so that he […]

Onwards and Upwards…

It looked like my house threw-up on the courtyard today. It was really surreal seeing everything we own outside at the foot of our steps. My dad came to help us load up two rice trucks! Praise God for that! If it weren’t for his wisdom in packing […]