Mwen kite pou Ayiti nan senk jou

That’s Haitian Creole for “I’m leaving for Haiti in five days” I cannot believe it!! It’s so close and I have a ton to do still to get ready. I just wanted to update those of you who read this blog and let you  know how thankful I am for each of you. Some of our team is already heading down there to do educational assessments at the orphanage sponsored by One Vision International with a group of individuals.

I’m nervous, and excited, and feeling very unprepared. I know God’s got big plans for this team, and for the people of Arcahaie. We’ll be at the orphanage in the mornings doing VBS, which excites me as I’ll get to meet my sponsor child, Malina, and Day, the child our Singles class is sponsoring too. The afternoons we’re going to the property they are building on and to the surrounding community. You can see exactly where we’ll be located at here.

I covet your prayers this week as the team prepares, travels, and serves the Haitian people.A team is already en route, and we leave in groups at the end of the week. Pray that we would be vessels for God no matter what the cost to us, we’d not seek our own glory but His, and that He would be glorified through every step of the way.

One thought on “Mwen kite pou Ayiti nan senk jou

  1. I know we have kept missing each other, but I want you to know I love you sister and I will be praying for you while you are in Haiti. I'm sorry I didn't get to help you out with any of your supplies. If you still need anything you call me!

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