I realize that many of you are not on Facebook and several have been emailing and asking for information! Below are the latest updates since the storm started…..
To find out what our plan is and how you can help – please check out our ministry blog tomorrow – molehaiti.org . I have been trying to post it ALL day but still waiting for some pictures to upload.
I WISH you could have been there to see Momma Gigi skate for the first time! We have a video clip…
WOW! I can’t believe it’s already been a month since I posted last. Life has been absolutely crazy-busy! This is the busiest schedule we’ve had in the states. Looking forward to getting back home and resting a few days. The first weekend in August we were blessed to […]
I’m sorry if we’re unable to meet up with all our friends/supporters this time out but please know we love you! Also please pray for our sanity as we travel 12-17 hours at a time in a van full of crazy Castillos.
It’s been two months of birthday fun!!
Thanks for giving my children a Papaw that they can be proud of. That they can learn from. One that sacrifices just as much for them – as you have always done for your own children. Thanks for showing them what it means to be the Lord’s Mighty Warrior.
OOPS!! THE LAST BLOG SENT BEFORE I GOT TO THE GOOD STUFF! I REPOSTED IT – BUT IT DIDN’T RE-EMAIL EVERYONE WHO HAS SUBSCRIBED TO THE BLOG. SO PLEASE CHECK THIS LINK TO READ THE FULL BLOG – SEE ALL THE PICTURES- AND HEAR ABOUT THE LIFE-CHANGING WEEK […]
Americans go home and often wonder – did I make a difference? Did my presence here matter? I was only here for a week.
Well….if you can “take home” one important thing from this blog post – please don’t ever doubt – – that lives can completely and forever be changed – in just ONE week.
Will you pray that with us? Will you please pray for wisdom and guidance so that we may do the very best thing for this beautiful baby that God as allowed us to love & care for?
The other song is called I surrender. This song has a lot of meaning for us. I talked to the congregation before we sang. Every person in this church knows sorrow – has lost someone they love – has experienced a heavy load. We know suffering all too well.