Even while performing this duty, I knew that the Lord had put these specific people before me to pray for on a regular basis. You see, many (if not all) whom I met had lost loved ones in the recent earthquake that occurred in Port au Prince. Many were living in tents (or worse) with no plumbing and no fresh water.
I hope that you will look into the beautiful eyes of each of these hard working individuals and consider their hopes, their dreams, their future. I hope that you will join me in prayer and ask the Creator of every soul to bless abundantly and meet every individual need today, and into the New Year.
Love love love in JESUS' name!!!
This is Missole. Missole is married with three children. She has a gentle spirit which she shares with everyone around her. She would love to save enough income to support her family and hopes to buy a house one day.
This is Mardonnette. Mardonnette is married with 4 children. Unfortunately, Mardonnette’s husband has no work, so she would love to make enough income to support her family.
|Rodney (and me)|
This was our tap tap (taxi) driver Emmanuel who kindly took us about Haiti when Shelly and Corrigan weren't able. I could not verbally communicate well with Emmanuel (since I don't speak Creole and he doesn't know much English)...however, I love him very much and made sure he knew it! He was very protective and cared for us all well.
|Junior (and me)|
This is Junior. Junior is WONDERFUL! I love him. He was a terrific translator/bodyguard who always kept his cool while we traveled into some scary locations. When Junior says, "OK, it's time to go." I didn't hesitate. He kept good care of our group and is instrumental with the operations at The Apparent Project! Love Love LOVE HIM!
P.S. In the following days, I plan to post the rest of my Haiti pictures so you can experience visually what I saw while visiting there. Let's always remember to love and pray for everyone God has put before us, peeps! Love y'all!