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Daily Archives: April 3, 2019

Richardson, from Madonna University, does his service hours at the Felician Haiti Mission

Richardson is a Madonna University student from Jacmel. He is completing his last year and came to us to do his service hours with us. He is working with our young people, teaching them how to clean the laptops, to renew anti-virus programs, and to use the laptop to help others. We are fascinated at the connections God has for us here and who comes to our door. Who would ever think a Madonna University student would find us here!

 
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Angelika and her kittens 😹😸😺

A week before we left for New Jersey, our cat, Angelika, had three kittens. This was a first for the both of us. Thank God for Google! The three of them were healthy and very cute. Jean Philip would taker care of them while we would be away. We thought this would only be for only two weeks but, due to the political situation here and our surgeries while in the States, it ended up being two months. When we returned, the kittens were now two months old and needed to be given away to new homes. For the first few days we were here, we needed to get them used to human touch and ween them from Angelika.

Now all three kittens are in their new homes. 🥰

 
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Precious fruits of the earth…

“Consider the farmers who patiently wait for the rains in the fall and in the spring. They eagerly look for the valuable harvest to ripen.” James 5:7

What a joy it was to return to our home to see the beauty of our grounds and the fruits of the earth during these spring rains.

 
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Finally home in Jacmel

On Thursday, March 28, we returned home to Jacmel. There were rumors of demonstrations starting up again, and we did not want to get in the middle of them. So, we were able to contact Roger, the pilot who has a small airplane that flies to Jacmel. We arrived in Port au Prince around 4 p.m. and met with one of the young men who is now studying in Port au Prince to be a doctor. He got a taxi to take us to the small airport next to the main airport. Within a half hour, we were on our way to Jacmel.

There is no place like home!

 
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