Out with the old. In with the new!
Yesterday, the old church structure was demolished after 28 years. No one wept. Everyone’s ready to move on. The symbol of the past being removed is a further sign that we have moved into a new season. It’s time to make new memories! We are loving our new church building and we are busier than ever with the work here.
This past couple of weeks have been incredibly busy, so I’m just getting around to posting. We had a 7-member team from Goochland, Virginia, with us for 8 days that was headed up by MFI Pastor, Mike Hennigan. What a great team! I will be sharing in further posts about all that was accomplished during that trip and future projects that are coming up. It’s just too much to tell here!
Another guest who traveled all the way from Solvang, California, left today. Gérald Pierre is a professional photographer. John met him through a mutual friend and the two struck up a friendship. The interesting part is that Gérald was born and raised here in Cap-Haitian and moved to California at 27 years of age. He has lived there ever since. The friendship between John and Gérald eventually led to him making a trip to Cap-Haitian to visit family members and part of the time he was here working for Rehoboth Ministries. We’ll share more about that later too.