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Haiti Day 3: Vision Clinic by Pastor Rhonda

10/19/20124:54pmToday we had eye clinic at the TETKOLE shelter. TETKOLE means ‘heads together.’ It is a place where children who have been displaced by their families can have shelter until they are reunited with their families.With this as our site for the day, we...
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Haiti Day 2: Lazareth by Emily Estes

10/18/2012 8:34pmOur journey to the eye clinic today has been named ‘through the river and over the mountain.’ The group traveled to Lamontaigne, an area southwest of Jacmel, this morning with Verbo and Meri Lee (a brother and sister whose parents still live in...
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Haiti: Give Thanks by Emily Estes

10/17/2012 // 8:13pm CSTMy day began in 1 Thessalonians 5; we are told to:Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 NIV)This is my first time visiting Haiti and I’m...
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Haiti Arrival

10/17/2012 4:09pm CSTWe have had a wonderful, uneventful flight to Port au Prince, Haiti. We had the usual drive to Jacmel which went quickly due to it being a holiday today in Haiti.Many of you have asked if things have gotten better since the 2010 earthquake. Remember that...
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Updates from the Karansi School

Click here to see updated photos of the Karansi Primary School. Tom Gapp’s words are true, “The progress is fantastic and such a blessing to the children of our sister congregation.” Go to our website to see how you can become more involved with the Karansi...
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Pastor Greg Update from Mudio

Today, Sunday, was a wonderfully full day. We left for Mudio to worship, and as has become their custom, they met us on the road with a brass band in the back of a pick-up truck and played as we drove up the hill to the church. It is humbling to be announced so boldly! (I have no...
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Update from Pastor Greg

Emilie and I just returned to Uhuru Hotel. All went very well with the climb and we summited well. The final day is the hard part and we made it to the top an hour earlier than the last time I climbed. Emilie was great – I clearly slowed her down! The conditions were...
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An Update from Pastor Greg in Tanzania

Yesterday was a wonderful day. We had slept well and felt no ill-effects of all the travel time. Saltieli took us “window shopping” (his words, which is ironic as there were no windows) and we relaxed over pizza at a local place where many Americans eat. I can tell...
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El Salvador, Part 7

Friday, June 22 Wow! What a day! The first thing we did when we got to the work site today was move cement block that had been delivered after we left yesterday. Then we got a new delivery and unloaded and stacked that as well. When we finished today, our site looked great. This...
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El Salvador, Part 6

Thursday, June 21 Well, today was the fourth day working at the soon-to-be house. We arrived at the site to discover that the trenches had been magically finished! No complaints here – now the nine blisters I got from swinging the pickaxe will have some time to disappear. Today...
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El Salvador, Part 5

Wednesday, June 20th Rain! That was our main topic of conversation this morning. It had rained for a lot of the night and we use dirt roads to get to the work site which had become impassable. We had to come up with an alternate plan, so we decided to use the morning for a...
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El Salvador, Part 4

Tuesday, June 19 Well, today was day 2 of actually working on site. I had a lot of trouble falling asleep, but once I did, I really didn’t wake up until the sun did. Wake up call came later than usual at 7 am, and yet I still stayed in bed for an extra half an hour. Oops xD Today...
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