All 12,240 nutritious meal packs were unloaded from the bus and trailer and will be used to feed children at the ...
Hunger Challenge meal packs
All 12,240 nutritious meal packs were unload...2017-12-30 21:10:57
Baking Classes at MOHI
It didn't take Holger and Sigrun long to get t...2017-12-30 21:08:22
TRAILER HAS ARRIVED!!
Late December the trailer arrived in Haiti. ...2017-12-30 21:06:06
BUS HAS ARRIVED!!
Late November, the bus arrived by ship at the ...2017-12-30 21:02:23
All 12,240 nutritious meal packs were unloaded from the bus and trailer and will be used to feed children at the school and families in the community. That equals to over 73,000 meals for the hungry!
It didn’t take Holger and Sigrun long to get the new propane stoves operational for their baking classes. They are our friends from Germany who have made a 6-month commitment to stay in Haiti to teach middle school and high school students how to bake a variety of items.
Late December the trailer arrived in Haiti. After a security inspection, it was taken to Mission of Hope International and unloaded. Praises!!
Late November, the bus arrived by ship at the port in Mirogoane. It cost $5,500 to get the bus off the ship, but we are thankful that God went before the bus and made a path right through the gates of Mission of Hope International.
The trailer full of necessary items for the Haiti mission was left in Miami at the shipyard. It was not discovered until the ship arrived in Haiti. With the holidays coming up, we are not sure when the trailer will be shipped now. Please pray that the trailer will be loaded onto the ship and it will arrive in Haiti before February. Also, please pray that the shipper will be easy on our pockets with the shipping cost now that it is being shipped separately from the bus. Thank you.
Our friends, Lex & Renee, have returned to Haiti and have “hit the ground running” with renewed strength for ministry. We are thankful to them for taking time to meet us in Miami to move supplies around before entering the shipyard, and then helping to negotiate a quicker shipment of the bus and trailer. Check out their ministry at www.mohintl.org
Men worked on building a sound booth for the Youth Ministry, while the women organized supplies and helped with future crafts, making copies and shredding. We visited the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte midweek, and got to meet many missionaries that shared amazing stories of service in other countries.
Almost 100 people were in attendance at the annual dinner to celebrate the works of God during the past year. Pastor Bob Heier and his wife, Sally, from Lehigh Acres, Florida were the featured speakers, along with Todd McKenney and Fred & Sandy. We are so grateful!
Miami Shipyard. The morning of October 30th, Fred & Sandy, Lex & Renee, the bus, pickup and trailer all arrived at the shipyard! Thank you, Jesus! The items are scheduled to board the ship around the middle of this month and will be in Haiti by the end of the month! Thank you to everyone who gave, prayed and loaded!
God continues to use the Haiti Bus in mighty ways! Bless Back Worldwide, who sends medical mission teams to Grand Goave frequently, needed to get empty pill bottles to the Mission of Hope clinic. Melissa, with BBW, was talking with a teammate in Haiti and he said, hey, I hear there is a bus headed this way. Through Renee, Melissa got Fred’s phone number. We agreed to haul the bottles in the bus. Guess where BBW is based? Charlotte, NC. Guess where we are? Waxhaw, North Carolina at JAARS, about 45 minutes away. This morning, October 25th, Melissa brought 10 huge bags of bottles to us at JAARS with much appreciation. God is great!