THE SEASONS OF LIFE

Weddings are always moving, especially when it comes to one of the children of our assembly who became an adult. The setting makes you dream and the promises are touching. Jesus has given us many promises and we should make them the subject of our dreams. The seasons of life do not always bring joy….

THERE IS HOPE

Like fresh water for a tired person, so is good news coming from a distant land. Proverbs 25, 25 On a beautiful sunny morning, our evangelistic team went to a College to distribute in two stages 1,000 Gospels of John in Creole and French. The born again principal welcomed us warmly. Many students gave their…

God Says : « You Must Spare His Life »

We have had difficulties with our web site for a few weeks. That is the reason why we couldn’t post any English letters or pictures.  We invite you to also read our previous newsletter entitled “Dry Season”. Thieves in the night: at 2:00 in the morning on March 2nd, one of the Church’s guardians calls…

DRY SEASON

On Thursday December 15, I went out with Michael, Stenlove and Marica around 7:15.  I had a lot of errands to do in different directions. I left Michel and Marica at the school. We locked all the doors of the house that close with a padlock, we closed the door leading to the garage. A…

IN THE BUSH

Under the scorching sun of the Ivory Coast, West Africa, people would sometimes walk for one to two days singing with the tam tam to attend a crusade.  The Lord worked through signs and wonders.  Many were saved and each conference, around one hundred were water baptised. At dawn, the people would make their way…

Mountain To Be Moved

This mountain that represents sixty trucks of dirt must be moved in order for us to redirect and pave the ravine that goes through our land.  We tried to rent a backhoe but in vain. With all the reconstruction going on in town, all bulldozers are rented for months ahead. The picks and the shovels…

According to WFP, one in seven people suffers from malnutrition

On the New Year’s Eve and on the New Year’s Day, we had the joy to share our “Joumou Soup” with a family of six children of whom Marika (15) is in charge. The “Joumou Soup” is the traditional soup eaten on that day and it is made of pumpkin, yam, meat and lots of…

Despite cholera outbreak, progresses are made

Cholera outbreak in Haiti. The death toll is up to 800. Over 12,000 people have been infected. The bacteria appeared in Port-au-Prince, the capital city.  United Nations warns that as many as 200,000 people may become infected.  They have requested $164,000 million in a global aid.  As a precaution, all the children are required to…

Demolition and reconstruction

We hear about Haiti’s reconstruction.  But we are still at the demolition and the rubble removing stage of the numerous buildings damaged by the earthquake.  The task is huge. Haiti: Union European building damaged by the earthquake is being repaired. According to an article posted on June 2nd, 2010, on Radio Kiskeya site, during the…

Schools reopen!

On April 5th, after having been closed for nearly three months, schools reopened under tents and tarps.  New statistics show that 83% of the schools have been damaged and/or destroyed. That is why the Haitian government decided to use tents for schools.   One million people live under tents or shelters made out of tarps,…