The idea surfaced time and time again.
The plans never took root.
Too many obstacles.
The death of a son and cancer renewed the fire with a fervency.
With a network of prayer the plan unfolded.
3 times now the Lord has opened the door and allowed my farmer and children to serve in Haiti.
Each time my farmer leaves, a community is roused to allow him to go.
Bathed in prayer;
Milking, chores, finances, supplies all covered by those who rally around us.
They’re going again.
Ready for what needs to be done.
Thank you for your prayers.
Thank you for your donations.
It really is a miracle that they can go.
We could never do this on our own.
Watching how God pulls the pieces together has been so encouraging for me.
He takes my doubt and concern and turns them into something beautiful.
He weaves a tapestry of beauty that I could never have seen.
I just need those eyes to “see”.
We’d love for you to be a part of the story.
To Haiti, with Love.
There are so many ways to be a help.
Prayer is so needed.
Prayers for the people of Haiti; the team going and those that remain here.
Those that are helping to run the farm while the farmer and farm boy are away.
Donations are always in need.
We step into faith.
Provision in God’s hands.
Will he call us to a task and not equip us?
Please contact us if you would like to be a part of this journey.
If you would like to give to our team: click on the Haiti Projects
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Thank you to all who are praying and and supporting us through this project.
We are excited to see how God will use this team.
We can harvest a field of righteousness when we remember to pray for these ministries.
Make this New Year one where you partner with a Mission.
Give out of your abundance.
Give out of your poverty.
We are called to do both.
‘Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, so that there may be food in My house, and test Me now in this,’ says the Lord of hosts,
‘if I will not open for you the windows of heaven and pour out for you a blessing until it overflows.'”