Day 11 (Monday): God is My Fortress

Thinking back over the past week and a half, I’ve just become so grateful for the prayers of our family and friends back home. I was completely exhausted, drained, and not ready to give. I knew that I couldn’t do this trip on my own.

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Day 10 (Sunday): Recharging

This past week has been anything but a vacation. Thankfully, Sunday is always a great day for a break to recharge our depleted batteries, and we got half a charge today.

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Day 8 & 9 (Friday/Saturday): The Transformative Power of the Gospel

What can get conveyed without the use of common language, without the words to come together to form sentences? Love.

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Day 7 (Thursday): “Oodles of Kids”

At some point at our last camp, about 4 of us guys were left to babysit about 20-some boys (the rest of the group led a Bible study with the adults / took the girls to get clothes from the house).

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Day 6 (Wednesday): Conversations With a Voodoo Priest

Dr. Malcolm asked us earlier in the week if we would all be up for going to talk to a powerful voodoo priest that was still practicing his magic. It turned out that plans got turned around due to water in the mountains that enabled us to make that visit today.

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About This Trip

God is leading the 2016 Senior Class Missions Team to Haiti. This country is considered to be the most destitute country in the Western Hemisphere as well as a large missionary field with more than 10 million people in need of the Gospel message.

On this mission’s trip, we will be serving alongside Dr. and Mrs. Malcolm Henderson and their ministry, Charis. We will be working with their orphan program and in Christian schools as well as serving in door-to-door visits with care packages for the needy. We will also be ministering to the needs of widows by painting and repairing their homes, and even share in some agricultural projects.

Serving in Haiti in the medical field, Dr. Henderson will open the opportunity of serving in his medical clinic as well. We are excited about such amazing opportunities of service on this very unique visit to a country that is very similar to the African continent in many ways.

Please join us in praying for this extraordinary country and the incredible physical and spiritual needs that are so apparent in the villages.

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Day 11 (Monday): God is My Fortress

Thinking back over the past week and a half, I've just become so grateful for the prayers of our family and friends back home. I was completely exhausted, drained, and not ready to give. I knew that I couldn't do this trip on my own.

Day 10 (Sunday): Recharging

This past week has been anything but a vacation. Thankfully, Sunday is always a great day for a break to recharge our depleted batteries, and we got half a charge today.

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