Cookies, breads, menu preparation, learning ingredients and correct timing in the oven are just a few things these ...
Baking Classes Continue
Cookies, breads, menu preparation, learning in...2018-02-18 19:32:42
Dental Clinic Begins!
After 2 1/2 days of searching for parts and in...2018-02-18 19:30:07
Food for the Hungry
Hunger Challenge nutritious meal packs were gi...2018-02-18 19:25:02
Bus in Haiti
The bus came to pick us up at the airport and ...2018-02-18 19:23:35
Cookies, breads, menu preparation, learning ingredients and correct timing in the oven are just a few things these students are learning while feeling Christ’s love.
After 2 1/2 days of searching for parts and installing an air compressor, a shop vac for suction, water lines and electric, the dentist chairs were ready for patients. Sixteen patients were seen during the last 2 1/2 days.
Hunger Challenge nutritious meal packs were given to each person after they were treated by a medical person or dentist. There is plenty more to serve the Haitian people for months to come.
The bus came to pick us up at the airport and transported the teams to a variety of destinations during the week.
The Haiti Team returned late Tuesday night, February 13th. The goals were divided into four categories: medical, dental, baking and camp maintenance.
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.