Many, many moons ago we were teachers of an English-speaking Christian day school in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The school was comprised of English-speaking missionary kids as well as Haitian children who were proficient in English. This was during the mid 1980’s under the regime of the late Jean-Claude (Baby Doc) Duvalier and his infamous Tonton Macoutes.
I (Dana) was the administrator of the elementary section of this school and had the most delightful student. She was a hard worker and loved learning. Her freckled face and snaggle-toothed smile melted my heart. Lindsey was the model student – the type every teacher loves to have and an absolute delight to teach. Her parents are good friends of ours to this day and are still laboring in Haiti as missionaries after over 40 years on the mission field. You can read their story here.
Little Lindsey is all grown up now. She has contributed a chapter to the book soul bare and we couldn’t be more proud of her. We are excited to be able to offer a copy of this book to you. Read about her heart-touching testimony and draw strength from her deep faith in the Lord as well as from the other contributors who bare their souls so that others can find healing.
Rehoboth Ministries is offering a FREE book to the first person who can write on our Rehoboth web page what you like most about our website. Please post on the main page so that everyone else can read your comment. Also, check out Lindsey’s blog site here. As the mother of three children who grappled through many hardships while growing up in troubled Haiti, I greatly appreciate Lindsey’s honesty and willingness to share her own struggles with us.