Exciting Day Pouring Concrete!

The cement mixer is fed in these proportions: two buckets of cement, four sand and six gravel and one bucket of water. The buckets full of concrete are passed from one hand to the other in the scaffolding. On the fourth floor, the buckets are passed from one hand to the other. Then, they are…

Dawn of the Pearl of the Antilles

These children are like trees planted in a garden, God’s garden. 529 from Kindergarten to grade 8 decorate this garden.  Grade 9 to 13 sponsored students attend another school. Chris, an American global worker who runs an orphanage in Port-au-Prince, registered 16 girls from 11 to 16 years old in our program.  They previously slept…

The Children Are Hungry!

Greetings from Haiti under the rain! Timoun yo grangou!  In Kreol, it means the children are hungry. Most children spend their days in school without eating anything, simply because there is no food at home.   Fortunately, their school days end at 1h00 pm.  Then, they go home hoping to find something to eat. Last year,…

A Month After the Earthquake

Over 217,000 families and friends are mourning their lost loved ones. We must remember that God did not abandon us. He is here with us and he wants our hearts. A lady told us that the house where she worked on the day of the earthquake collapsed on her. She was captive under the rubble…

Golden Medals For The Children

We held a camp for children and youth. They had a soccer tournament. Here is the winning team! In Haiti, the children grow up with a ball at the end of their feet.  Soccer is the national sport. The girls also had their soccer tournament under the vigilant eye of their counterparts. The girls tournament…

Jesus Still Heals Today

On the Day of Pentecost, in our congregation, there were some healings and baptisms in the Holy Ghost.  We had some special services with Pastor Gaétan Gaucher from Montreal, Quebec. Pentecost is still for today! Nicole and Kathleen from Sherbrooke visited Haiti.  As a result of a slipped disc, Kathleen suffered from back pain for…

Toothaches Are Relieved!

Two dentists came to Haiti.  In fifteen days of work, they extracted 397 teeth, repaired 117 and did four major surgeries.  Unfortunately, they were not able to see all patients. Back row:  Dentist Jalbert and Francine, a nurse from Edmundston, NB. First row:  Dentist Demers and Sarah Maude, her daughter, from Acton Vale, QC. At…

Prison Bears Fruits

Elisha, one of our church’s youth, is at the penitentiary since December 23. He is from the country and he does not have much education when it comes to “paper stuff”. One of his friends asked him to make a cheque in his place because he did not have an ID number.  So Elisha filled…

Season Greetings

The other day, Jennifer, a frail young girl who is on the Child Care Plus program, approached me to say: “Aunt Sabi, there is nothing to eat at home.” I asked her older sister if their dad has a job. She said no. – Do your relatives bring you food? – Sometimes. -What do you…