Great Progress in Haiti!

New Building

We’ve been stateside for a full two weeks and John is leaving tomorrow. The work, however, on the new building has not slowed down a bit! I just received these pics from John and we continue to marvel at how incredibly beautiful this building is going to be. Please keep praying for all those who are involved in the construction process. We’re so glad that many of the masons from our church in Petite-Anse were put to work as well. We also ask for your prayers for John as he travels from Haiti to the States tomorrow. How incredibly grateful we are for the leaders who are able to keep Rehoboth Ministries clicking right along while we are able to get some much-needed R&R stateside.

Feeding Program

FullSizeRender_2Our schools are beginning to wind down and all the students will be taking exams in the month of June. After exams, the feeding program will be closed until we start back up in September. Again, we ask for your prayers for the children while they’re taking their year-end exams. We are thankful that another year of feeding over 1,000 students, staff, and cooks has been accomplished. You can help! If you are not a contributor to our feeding program, this is an ideal time to get on board. You can make all the difference in the life of a child. Many of our students eat ONE meal a day and you can be that special person who sees that they get that valuable meal! Thanks so much to all of you who have been sowing regularly into the feeding program already.

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2 thoughts on “Great Progress in Haiti!

  1. Progress is looking great! Let me know the estimated dates for dedication services…would love to be a part of that!

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