Merry Christmas with love to each of you!
“For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.” Luke 2:11
We want to send our love and greetings to our family and friends far and wide! Thanks for your love and support. We miss all of you, but remain blessed and thankful to be serving here. Evan is here for three weeks, so we are enjoying our time together!
And this month we had our second Haiti anniversary! God has been faithful in providing each and every day for two years. Thanks for your continued prayers and for the many deeds and expressions of support. We couldn’t do this without what you do to back us up.
May God especially bless you and your families this Christmas!
Christmas poinsettias growing in our neighbor’s yard!
On Friday the entire school comes in uniform! Two teachers will be leaving at the end of the school year. Several missionaries are already sharing an open position this year. The support is incredible!
A Wonderful Opportunity!
Grace attends the local Christian missionary school here at Cite Lumiere. She loves the small size and the great teachers! Unfortunately there are teachers moving at the end of the year and gaps need filled. Do you know of anyone who would we be willing to teach for one year or possibly many years in Haiti? This is a wonderful opportunity for the person or family with the heart to serve! Is God calling you?
For more information about available positions, salary, and housing, contact the school Principal, Mrs. Karen Martin, at email@example.com.
Please pass along this information to anyone you think may be interested. Thank you very much!
Getting ready for Christmas in Haiti is just as exciting as at your house!
Here are photos of some amazing things we think are sort of unique to Haiti! What do you think?
Mud cookies, 1/2¢ each. It’s probably like eating a piece of pottery. The sad reality is this is the only affordable food for some families as food prices have increased 100%.
Mud cookies are sold all over Haiti, but Haitians are understandably ashamed of them.
The clay is mixed with salt and vegetable fat and dried in the sun. If they have flour and sugar, they will mix that in too. (THONY BELIZAIRE/AFP/Getty Images)
Just when you were looking forward to a relaxing afternoon at the beach…
Grain bin villages! These homes are supposed to be earthquake and hurricane proof.
These homes are easy to ship and assemble, the heat escapes out of the roof!
Traditional Haitian meets modern style!
School posters that teach the best practices of squatting!
This is where you step up and squat. Bring your own paper!
Now to change the subject quite a bit…
People from over 20 churches coming together to learn how to share the gospel! Would this happen where you live?
Over 200 people met at the MEBSH 1st Baptist in Les Cayes before going out to share the gospel door to door for two days! Believe me, we were astounded…yes, that is a good word for it!