|So, our last day has been filled with finishing. We of course woke up to a beautiful day. The heat seems to start to swell around 10ish. We began our drive to the construction site, to see the home that our churches have helped with the construction of. It is a beautiful home, where the family first lived in a tent years after the earthquake. Hopefully the pictures will come through so you can see the tent the entire family lived in before construction. The home is now in phase 3 of building. As we observerd the man putting tin on the roof, John suggested we move the large rocks from the ground area (which will be a dinning room)
Everyone”dug”in. We were able to clear the ground, set up a table with lunch, bless the home and eat.
After this, we went back to Cite’Soleil to just clean up the road where the church is.
Of course the children all came out, happy to see the group. After our hellos, we all grabbed garbage bags and gloves. Through interpreters, we told the children to also pick up trash. This was a great accomplishment. We cleaned the entire road.
As our day ended, we went to a small spot (some of the group) and did a little soverneir shopping. Back to Walls, dinner and now Christine has us gathered for devotions. Some of the Haitian Christians (host team) have joined us to say good bye.
Prayerfully, home tomorrow. (TODAY, Wednesday) Thank you for keeping us in prayer. Thank you for remembering Haiti. God has not forgotten.
Paulette for the team…👍❤️❤️🌞
P.s. Pastor A arrived home Tuesday. All is well. Thank you Lord!