His Heart for Haiti

Giving Hope Through Child Sponsorship

Our Haiti Family and Our Color Reveal!

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L to R; Steiners, Sheila Moser, Sanders, Knoblochs, Walders, and Kaebs.

When we came to Haiti we left family and friends that we often think of and greatly miss. Then there is another group of family and friends that God gives for us to enjoy for a time. We are thankful for each one near and far that enrich our life! Thanks for all your support and prayers.

Ladies Tea brings all the missionary ladies together every week!

Enjoying our neighbors, the Steiner kids; Koriana, Kenton, Kalvin and Kambria!

Hanging out!

Little Kambria is growing up quickly!

Kenton is the game player!

The Child Sponsorship building is nearing completion! We have bath fixtures and other things getting installed and the painting will be finished this week. See the new building colors below!

A drone photo of the front!

Rear of the building with view of the Guest House (far left on the next hill).

The building started to really come to life with a terra-cotta paint color!

After a few weeks of rain, the painters were excited to get outside!

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The color looks orange in the sun but browner on cloudy days!

The building will be bright and cheery to welcome the kids!

The interior color is also warm, like a melon!

It’s a real work zone now!

The interior doors are custom-built mahogany!

“Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever thou hadst formed the earth and the world, even from everlasting to everlasting, thou art God.” Psalm 90:2

 

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Author: Mike + Susie

Missionaries in Les Cayes Haiti

2 thoughts on “Our Haiti Family and Our Color Reveal!

  1. We loved the picture of your Haiti family! Please give them our love. The Child Sponsorship Building is beautiful! It will be so nice when you can finally move into it. With our love and prayers –

  2. A beautiful Haiti family! We love you all and always look forward to being with you again. Child Sponsorship building is coming along beautifully, too, outside and in. May all that’s done there be to the honor and glory of God! Thanks for another interesting post — it surely helps us keep in touch.

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