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?
We are missionaries with Northwest Haiti Christian Mission. We have devoted our lives to serving His kingdom in the country of Haiti. We have 7 children and a thirst for an intimate relationship with our Creator. There may be a lot of drama on the battlefield but one thing is for sure.....There's Never A Dull Moment!
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.
The service started at 5am. There were 60 kids in church by 4:45am! I was SO impressed. By 6:15 the church was full.
It wasn’t a perfect day – it wasn’t even a perfect evening. But God did something special that night
I wanted to thank everyone for the way you’ve surrounded us with your love, prayers, and support.
I know many of you aren’t on Facebook so I wanted to update you on Jacques and ask you to please pray for Him.
Yesterday we were all set to celebrate Malaya’s 11th birthday. Jose was getting ready to bake her a cookie cake and we were talking about how everyone was going to play whatever card games she wanted after dinner and hide-n-seek in the dark. Then just like that we […]
It was so much fun to watch Rosie & Isebelle during their party. Rosie especially. She’s still a little kid at heart even though she’s 12 years old now. Watching her giggle and be COMPLETELY engaged …
Last year during our big Christmas Feast – I shared with everyone all the answered prayers from our 2012 Circled Prayer List. We as a staff had gone through the book by Mark Batterson called the Circle Maker. Then I had each of the employees tell me the […]
I’ve contacted a few doctors who are trying to help me diagnose her – she just doesn’t fit any typical case they’ve seen! Please if you know anyone who could help – share the story!