Moving Day

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Today was our first moving day. Saturdays are usually devoted to choir practice, but due to the heavy rains in and around Cap-Haitian, the rehearsals were cancelled. Many of our church members couldn’t even leave their houses today because their yards were full of water. Fortunately, no one from Petite-Anse was adversely affected by the flooding.

Instead, Pastor Lefort helped us haul a great number of boxes down to the compound. He made around five trips in all with the help of some of his church members. What a servant! I don’t know what we ever did to deserve such a wonderful man of God. He always goes beyond the call of duty and does it cheerfully.

There is still much work to do. Our living space has been greatly reduced, but at least the house is warm and dry. There is also an abundance of water and a security guard at the property. These things mean a great deal in Haiti! Here’s a picture of our faithful workers and the car packed for its last trip of the day. Pastor Lefort is on the far left.

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