Unless otherwise specified, all reports are from Brother Chuck
Today we all woke up around 5 a.m., after a good night’s sleep listening to the sounds of a Haitian night (roosters, dogs, donkeys, katydids). After a breakfast of cereal, oatmeal, and watermelon, we had Sunday School, and then we went to church. Dominique preached for the first time in Haiti, and he did an excellent job. After church, Ginette and Madame Do fixed us a Haitian meal consisting of goat, rice, beans, pickles (hot slaw) and watermelon, with an ice cold coke.
After lunch, a few of us took God up on Sunday being a day of rest–in other words, we took a nap. When our siesta was over, we took one of the ceiling fans out and formed a Southern Baptist Committee to see who would be in charge of forming a committee to vote on who would be in charge of the committee for the installation of the ceiling fan. After this, we came up with a plan to submit to the committee of committee to see if we can get approved by the budget committee to install the fans. Hopefully, we will get a reply before we leave.
After our meeting, it was time to eat again and take another nap. What a great day with the Lord!