Enjoying the Tomic family’s visit!
Over Christmas we enjoyed the visit of Tim & Melanie Tomic and their three boys, Brian, Jonathan and Matthew (out of six children). They are from Smithville, Ohio. Th projects around the house for us, fixing things or upgrading. We appreciated it so much! We loved spending time with them around the holidays to visit different areas. We so enjoyed the many conversations we had together and the encouragment we received to continue on in the Lord’s work. When we asked Melanie what she enjoyed the most, she said, “definitely the morning walks!” Special memories we have of our time together!
Tomics worshiped with us at a new Haitian church!
The kids always enjoy traveling on top!
Great hiking through a canyon!
Sure enjoyed God’s creation together!
The boys could not get enough jumping off the edge into the water!
Our Ranger was used many times to travel around town!
Tim and Brian working with Haitians to fix the Ranger, which broke down at the house where Tomic’s sponsored child lived. You can bond together even if you don’t know the language!
Visiting Tomic’s sponsored child’s house. The mother loved the gift of rice, beans, and of course, pork meat!
Visiting with a dear old widow who enjoys company!
Melanie loved the Domestic Center (Centre Lumiere)!
A fun visit with Caleb and Olga at the Domestic Center.
Evangelizing at the market! Trinity is translating for Tim!
Brian is handing out tracts at the market while Trinity is talking to them about the gospel.
Stopping to say “hello” before getting on the boat to the island.
A highlight was taking a boat to an island!
The Tomic boys loved the ocean and looking for sea creatures!
Really enjoyed the Wray’s Renault Sunday School with over 1000 kids that come every week!
It was exciting to see all those children’s faces!
We got to shake the hands of many precious children that day!
Jesus said, “Let the little ones come unto Me!”
Jesus said in a thought, “See those faces…that’s My face.”
So many kids, so many souls!
They got to watch the Haitians climb to get coconuts, then drink the fresh juice and eat the meat!
Missionaries in Les Cayes Haiti
February 6, 2018 at 7:06 am
That looks like a positively wonderful visit! Can’t wait to see you again!
Your Sister, Pam
“Occasionally weep deeply over the life you hoped would be. Grieve the losses. Then wash your face. Trust God. And embrace the life you have. ” John Piper
February 6, 2018 at 8:25 am
The boys are ready to come back! We enjoyed our time with you so much!
February 13, 2018 at 5:15 pm
Just now got to read this post and the previous one…both very interesting. Thanks for the great photos, too. We appreciated our recent visit with you. Think of you and pray for you…often! Love in Jesus, Marvin & Nancy