Summer 2015 is officially my 3rd summer in Haiti! I’ve been here for the summers of 2012, 2014, & 2015 & can.i.just.say WOW. They’ve been FULL & they’ve been awesome. Below are some highlights & moments from this 2015 summer, enjoy!
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There is talent abounding from my friends here at MOH.
I Iove watching them glorify God with their skills! Brittany was in Haiti for a month! We were all really excited about it. 🙂Intern development. These 35 people are awesome. Loved Tuesday nights with them & our leadership getting to pour into them.Sunday nights: A couple hundred people worshiping, hearing the Gospel, & hearing about what God is doing in Haiti. Caribbean rainstorms || total beauty. girls day in Port Au Princejoyful guesthouse team & their cute matching4th of July: Haiti style. quiet moments filled with artsy things. the sweetest birthday thanks to really thoughtful friends that go above & beyond to make a girl feel loved. from sunrise coffee & photo adventures, to an apartment decorated with notes from loved ones all over the world, to Office jokes, lunch overlooking the ocean, birthday cake, & countless notes & kind words…I am very grateful to have these people in my life & in my tribe. Leveque visits with Debus & his family. my home church came to Haiti, & my mom send homemade sugar cookies with them! I’ll be posting another blog full of photos from GFC’s trip to Haiti. There’s just too many to put in this one. Ladies night with the MOH staff women at Rosie’s. I’m extra thankful for ice cream, laughter, & friendships that spur one another on.Grace: the instigator of all “Office” jokes. The above one is the classic “stapler in jello” prank & we loved every second of it. Grace, you are missed around here! Best of luck in Grad school, sweet friend. quiet coffee moments in the midst of the messes. A basket FULL of keneps (the most delicious local fruit) from Mr. Wantously.sodas of Haiti In the middle of a busy guesthouse one morning, I look over & see Jean Marc praying over Amanda. I’m thankful for friends that point each other to Jesus.
What a wonderful summer it has been. I’m looking forward to sharing more stories from the past few months. Thanks for reading,