News & Upates from TEM

Haiti Update April 27, 2011

Another night of roosters crowing, dogs barking, sheep baa-ing, people snoring and the Haitian Missionaries singing at about 2:00 in the morning. Most of the team members have gotten used to the sounds and sleep right...

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Haiti Update April 26, 2011

And it shall come to pass, that before they call, I will answer; and while they are yet speaking. - Isaiah 65:24 We know all of God's words are true, and he proves that everyday if we are just watching; let us have eyes...

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Haiti Update April 25, 2011

Monday Morning After breakfast, Cathy gave the devotion, and then the team got busy getting the medical and VBS things ready to leave by 8:30 to go to Daniel's voodoo village. When we arrived, very few people were there, as...

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Haiti Update April 24, 2011

The ladies woke up this morning about 5:30 am, and eventually everyone was up by 6:00. Ginette had coffee ready, along with our breakfast of oatmeal and cereal. At 9:00, I gave the devotion, and at about 10:30 we went up to...

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Haiti Update April 23, 2011

We got up early, after about 9 hours sleep, had our coffee and breakfast of cereal, and started planning the day. Today is the day we pick up the team. We have the largest group, from Pensacola, coming in at 1:05 pm, then...

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Haiti Update April 22, 2011

Friday was a busy day getting the mission house cleaned up, going to get gasoline for the generators, and filling up the vehicles with diesel. The first service station we went to in Cabera was closed because of Good...

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Haiti Update April 21, 2011

Today when we got up, I put on some coffee while Blanco and Simon bled the brakes on Gabriel. Praise the Lord, they got that done without a problem, and then we started Gabriel up and let it run for a while. When we...

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Haiti Update April 20, 2011

On Wednesday, I made a mistake and started to work on the old van to see if it needed a new alternator. At first, I just wanted to throw a match on it, because working on it brought back bad memories, but I restrained...

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Haiti Update April 19, 2011

When I arrived in Haiti yesterday afternoon, Dottie was there to pick me up. She was also picking up some ladies from Myrtle Beach, SC. These ladies have been coming for many years to help Dottie with the school. Most of...

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Haiti Update March 26, 2011

The adventure in Haiti isn't over until you get on the plane to leave. I had arranged for a Haitian man to meet us at 6:00 a.m. in Z'Orange to pick up all the trunks and luggage, so we got up at 4:45 and had our coffee...

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Haiti Update March 25, 2011

Today was the first day the pastors didn't have sessions all day, but their day was still busy. It is amazing what this small team has accomplished in one short week. Not only did we have a Pastors' Conference, but we also...

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Haiti Update March 24, 2011

Respectfully submitted by Betty Summer Wow, what a week! This has been a vacation from my routine when I come to Z'Orange--no medical team. I have been blessed to spend the week with my son and my grandchildren--how many...

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Haiti Update March 23, 2011

Pastor Ken's report As a pastor, there is no greater joy than equipping the saints to do Kingdom work. I praise God and give thanks to Truth Evangelistic Ministries for the opportunity to come to Haiti for the fourth annual...

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Haiti Update March 22, 2011

This morning after breakfast, Pastor Philip started off the Pastors' Conference, while Betty, Will, Nate, Brittany and I went to Daniel's village. The Lord had put it on Betty's heart to have a Bible study with the young...

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Haiti Update March 21, 2011

Monday morning started out with our regular breakfast, then preparations for the Pastors' Conference. We needed to set up a chalkboard and get all our tablets, pens, and literature up to the church. We started about 8:00...

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Haiti Update March 20, 2011

This is the first time a team has come in and woken up in Z'Orange on Sunday morning. We usually spend the night at Dottie's and drive up on Sunday after lunch. Saturday night here was really cold--I'm not talking about...

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Haiti Update March 19, 2011

This morning started out very smoothly as I had planned, but, as you know, my plans change daily in Haiti--always. Simon had rented a pickup truck so we could pick up the luggage for the first team. I had decided to leave...

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Haiti Update March 18, 2011

As you can tell by the photos, we worked on the bathrooms today. We now have shower curtains, shower mats, and rugs in the bathrooms. That sounds like it wouldn't take very long, but it took all morning. You don't just hang...

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Haiti Update March 17, 2011

This morning Simon and I left Dottie's about 8:30 to go buy a few more groceries and exchange some money. For some of you who have never heard of me talking about changing money, it is just like in the Bible days of money...

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Haiti Update March 16, 2011

Today is my birthday, Happy 59. How could that be? Fifty-nine--no way! But that is what the birth certificate says. The Lord said they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as...

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Haiti Update March 14, 2011

After driving military trucks for about ten years and a 1992 Ford van for the last year and a half, TEM has been blessed with a NEW 2011 Ford Everest Diesel SUV. Hallelujah!!!! Hallelujah!!! and AMEN. Take a look at the...

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Update from India, March 13, 2011

Dear Brothers & Sisters in Christ, Greetings and glad to talk to you through this brief newsletter for the month of February, 2011. God is so good and He is doing marvelous works in our midst, for which we are glad. We...

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Haiti Update February 25, 2011

We started off with an inspiring devotion by Karl, beginning in Kings and ending up in Romans. Talking about Elijah and how he was so bold in the Lord, and then he ended up hiding in a cave--how that can compare to our...

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Haiti Update February 24, 2011

This morning I had to go down to a little town called Cabaret, which is about 30 minutes from Z'Orange, to pick up some cement, rebar and other materials for the Haitian bosses. This was the first time I had really gone...

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