No Complaining. Just a simple ”Thank You”

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Last week, Prit and I joined our church committee in Petite Anse to meet with our Zone Leaders. These leaders oversee the communities where cell groups are located.
The reason for the meeting was to discuss the distribution of the food boxes which have been sitting in our school’s depot all this time since schools are still closed.
We were in awe as we listened to them share from their hearts.
Not. One. Complaint. was uttered concerning how difficult life is here or the havoc that the Pandemic has wreaked upon a land that was already bearing up under a measure of untold suffering.
All we heard were humble, heartfelt thanks for the funds that Orphans Promise approved for them to hand out to hungry families.
I wish you could have been there, for it was a humbling experience. There was a feeling of awesome reverence in the room – of US towards THEM.
Friday, food boxes (loaded on the back of motorcycles) found their way to each zone leader’s home and then they were distributed among the families that gathered there. There was not enough food to give each family their own box, yet it was free food. We prayed that somehow the Lord would multiply the contents in each bag.
Rehoboth also gave an additional $1,000 to alleviate their suffering, thanks to the monthly giving of our own donors into the feeding account.
Dana – When I send a worker to the marché, it is costing 3x what it used to because the prices have drastically increased. Each time, I wonder how the members of our churches and the average Haitian can even afford to put a decent meal on their tables.
(These are the most basic essentials in life!)
 Food and Water
Yet, even here, staying alive has become a necessity. Thank you, Orphans Promise and friends of Rehoboth, for enabling us to put food in the mouths of both adults and children.
You can help too!
Won’t you become a partner with Rehoboth to help provide this basic need? 
There will be no complaining. Just a simple ”thank you.” 🙂
**Boxes were also sent to our other two church plants in Sainte-Philomène and Belle-Hôtesse which are also a part of the feeding program.

 

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Send Checks to: The Lord’s Table / PO Box 11049 / Goldsboro, NC  27532 / (919) 751-8188  & please earmark your gift for Haiti.

Contact Information:

Pritchard: pgiba3@gmail.com/ 910 703 3098 / Haiti: 011 509 4160 4096

Dana:         danaptl@gmail.com / 910 916 7229 / Haiti: 011 509  4037 5341

John:          adams.john@gmail.com / 910 581 0390 / Haiti: 011 509 3253 0595

Mailing Address:

Pritchard & Dana ADAMS

702 Cattail Court

Jacksonville, NC  28540

(NOTE: Our stateside #’s do not work when we are in Haiti.)

2 thoughts on “No Complaining. Just a simple ”Thank You”

  1. We sent in some money from my dividend payment and request for you to please pray for our daughter Natalie! She is struggling with psychosis problems and we have earnestly prayed for her expecting deliverance and healing! We spent a day praying and fasting before her doctors appointment and instead of a miraculous event we felt peace about increasing her medication. We had fought so long trying so hard to ween her off the antipsychotic medicine only to sense that it was the best thing to do to go back up on the dosage, There is not a confirmed inner healing deliverance ministry in this area. Surrounding us are baptist churches and failed charismatic churches that either no longer exist or have splintered down to almost nothing. So we watch the 700 club daily and pray with a remaining few prayer warriors that survive a church meltdown. I know this sounds dismal and I hate to type it but I remain hopeful because we believe that prayer is powerful and we reach out and connect to ministries that we feel are bearing fruit so as we participate in giving we plead with you please pray for our daughter and if there is someone in your experience who knows how to minister to needs like ours then please forward my email! Thank you very very much

    On Mon, May 25, 2020 at 15:17 Rehoboth Ministries wrote:

    > Rehoboth Ministries posted: ” Last week, Prit and I joined our church > committee in Petite Anse to meet with our Zone Leaders. These leaders > oversee the communities where cell groups are located. The reason for the > meeting was to discuss the distribution of the food boxes whi” >

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