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A blessed day in Haiti...
Ken and I have been short term missionaries to Haiti since 2008, and have a true heart for this country. We have come to know the most valuable way to help their Haitian brothers and sisters is by training and involving them to do the work needed to help their fellow countrymen. No matter what we do or give to Haiti, it cannot compare with empowering them with Holy Spirit, focused on Christ for a life filled with integrity and righteousness.
Our hope is to continue to maintain the high quality of standards and care at Love A Child, to work within the ministries guidelines, and pursue the goals set before us. We come with a message of hope and love, first and foremost being obedient to the Great Commission, but also using our gifts and talents where they might be needed most.
Haiti has endured much over the decades, but they have persevered, been made stronger, and have many gifts and talents of their own which when brought to righteousness through Christ can and will make them a great nation in the world. It is our prayer they will be partners in kingdom building for the LORD here on earth.
Every morning while the patients are being led in devotions the staff is also meeting to pray for the patients, and also God’s wisdom imparted on them to help heal, and to show God's mercy.
Ken puts together a cart for a patient who has no use of his legs. This is called a P.E.T cart (Person Energy Transportation).
This young man was born with Spina Bifida and was the new owner of the PET (Personal Energy Transportation) Cart. This will enable him to be more independent in his daily life.
Our medical staff singing a hymn before we start our day. I try to impress on them the importance of focusing on the character of Jesus for we may be the first “Bible” a person ever sees.
These women who are part of the malnutrition clinic come once a month down from their homes in the mountains to have their children weighed, measured and are given food for their families. The food is supplied by our partners in care for the poor - “Feed My Starving Children”.