Fall in Haiti is one of my favorite seasons. It’s filled with a bit of a slower pace, THANKSGIVING, & many other great things.
Enjoy some photos from this month! (captions below)
Constant & I matched one morning. When she saw, she said “we have to take a photo!”
Friends! Of course, Britney is the one doing the handstand. 🙂
Reuben (Tex) went back to the states after serving at MOH for close to three years. Above is our staff praying over him before he left. Reuben, you sure are loved!
Jude apparently took a selfie during church one Sunday. 🙂
Some Saturday mornings look like the above photo. The struggle.
Pretty light sweeping across the tree tops.
We had a huge celebration service the Sunday before Thanksgiving with close to 200 guests that were serving with us for the week. It was incredible to see how many people gave up their traditions & selflessly served!
I’m so proud of these 2 guys! Jean Marc (left) & Guetchine (right) shared their stories at the celebrations service & did a great job! It’s been encouraging to watch them grow as leaders, speakers, & advocates for the people of Haiti. They have experienced life transformation & desire the same for others!
Thanksgiving morning sunrise – the best way to start the day!
Justine made the most delicious & adorable sugar cookies that looked like a slice of pumpkin pie!
Thanksgiving Day – time to wear boots & pretend it’s “fall” 😉
The beautiful kitchen ladies that prepared a Turkey & mashed potato dinner for all of our guests! They received a standing ovation – the people were so grateful for their hard work.
Frankline decorating the Thanksgiving desserts.
Dreary overcast days are rare here…& I LOVE them.