Restoration of IBAG Office
We are so grateful to the kind individuals who helped us restore the main office and adjoining bathroom for our Bible institute. Our students were so excited that they kept peeking inside to see the work that was going on. They are very proud of the change and it’s great for our institute’s esprit de corps. In a nation where there is so much devastation and filth, I believe the Haitians may appreciate order, restoration, and beauty more than one can imagine.
I wish I had thought to take a before picture so you can see how the look has totally changed. Our own workers from our main church in Petite-Anse were responsible for the transformation.
Many thanks to these skilled laborers!
Micanor Joseph: Wiring and new fan installation
Rodelin Fleurimond: Ceramic tile installation
Wesley Colas: Carpentry work and lock installations
Girard Moise: Paint Job
We also say a big “thanks” to Bos Nord for the installation of the sink, medicine cabinet, and toilet.
Anyone who has visited us knows that the entire building where the office is located is in great need of repair. The Lord has given us something to work with and we plan to eventually present a building for God’s glory.
Raising the Roof
Our second church plant in Sainte-Philomène is part of the building just mentioned above. We have received a generous gift from a donor and Pastor Lefort (who pastors the church) has mobilized his church members to give as well towards the project of replacing their roof. The roof has leaked for some time during the rainy season. They also want to raise it higher to let cool air flow through during the incredibly hot months. Despite all that, we are still short of $1,700 US. Can you help us meet our goal?
It looks wonderful. I am so happy this was done for the institute. I know everything that comes your way is thru prayers. I know that God will bless the givers. You are special people. God is so faithful!
Thanks, Chris! ”A desire fulfilled is a tree of life.” It gives us great joy to be able to see progress where’s there’s such lack. Any chance we’ll see you in NC this summer?