News & Upates from TEM

September 2, 2007

Gang Rescue Art Wilson, the founder of Gang Rescue, invited Brother Chuck and Pastor Ken Loubriel, pastor of Green Acres Baptist Church, to speak with teenage boys at the Gulf Coast Youth Academy in Fort Walton Beach. These...

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August 21, 2007

More Progress on the TEM Building The TEM building is coming along just as God wants it to. Brother Chuck would personally like to see it already finished but he prefers to be on God's time rather than his own. The first...

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July 16, 2007

Heading Back to Port We left the Truelove's at 7 AM to catch our 9 AM flight out of Mole St. Nichol to Port-au-Prince. We arrived in Port about 10:30 AM and drove up into the mountains to Peytonville, where the Baptist...

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July 15, 2007

The Lord's Day - Worship in Nansantrain & Feeding Orphans As usual we got up early since the sun rises about 5:30 AM and the roosters seemed to crow all night. We had a relaxing morning with God's Word and a cup of...

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July 14, 2007

The Trail to Zibet We had a great breakfast prepared and served by Carol Ann, and then off we went with George to the village of Zibet. Hope Bible Church, in O'Fallon, Missouri, has a special place in their hearts for these...

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July 13, 2007

The Journey Continues in Nansantrain We left from Bombard today and headed to Nansantrain, where George and Carol Ann live. It was a good trip with a lot of cloud cover so it was not real hot. We arrived about noon and...

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July 12, 2007

The Widow's Home We got up early and did some running around in Port and then took a flight from Port-au-Prince to Mole St. Nichol. We arrived about 1 PM and were met by George Truelove (a missionary in Haiti). He took us...

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July 11, 2007

Gabriel And VBS Today we slept till 6:00 AM, had a great breakfast at CSI, as always, and then went to work on the truck. Natalie joined up with some CSI missionaries and went to teach Vacation Bible School, and did some...

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July 10, 2007

God's Will, Not Mine We woke up at 5:30 AM and were ready to be picked up at 6:30 to go get our military truck, Gabriel. An organization called Love a Child is kind enough to let us keep the truck at their facility. Our...

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July 9, 2007

We Must Be In Haiti We departed Ft Lauderdale on a new airline, Spirit Airlines, and arrived in Port-au-Prince around 1:00 PM We were going to meet Josh & Natalie Unger, from the St. Louis, MO area, who were arriving at...

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July 8, 2007

The First Leg of the Journey Will Tiller and I drove from Ft Walton Beach to Ft Lauderdale, FL where we spent the night. The trip took about 11 hours but saved us several hundred dollars, which can now be used in Haiti.

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June 10, 2007

First Baptist Church of Batesville Report from Brother Chuck Will Tiller and I went to Batesburg/Leesville, SC, to visit and share with the First Baptist Church of Batesburg. Pastor Phillip McNeal allowed us to share with...

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June 5, 2007

Here is a picture (at right) of the lovely little ladies! They are like a sweet savor to my very soul - each one so precious!!!! Standing (L-R): Erania, Mme Severe, St Therese, Wilna and St. Annie. Kneeling: Rosna and Mr....

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March 30, 2007

Riding Back to Port on Gabriel We left the village of Z'Oranges this morning about 8:00 am and arrived at the CSI house in Port-au-Prince about 11:30. What a nice change! After we got our luggage inside and got settled,...

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March 29, 2007

The Voodoo Village Today was a day of excitement of the unknown. We went into the Voodoo village of Daniel, who is the head Voodoo Priest in this area. We have been talking with Daniel for about three years and I believe...

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March 28, 2007

A Visit to Jerusalem Two After breakfast we took off up the mountain to Jerusalem Two Church. This is the mission church of the Jerusalem Baptist Church in Z'Oranges. The first forty-five minutes are straight up a mountain...

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March 27, 2007

Having a Blast As you can see (photo at right), we start our morning in our open air dining area with a thatch roof. We begin each morning with singing and devotion and then we eat our delicious breakfast of pop tarts or...

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March 26, 2007

The First Day in Z'Oranges Today was the first whole day in the village of Z'Oranges. We started out with a healthy American breakfast of pop tarts and juice, and we were on our way. Bill and most of the youth started VBS...

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March 25, 2007

Travel Day The youth team arrived on time from Ft. Lauderdale into Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and I picked them up in our 2½-ton truck that the Lord delivered to us just in time. We left the airport and stopped to eat some...

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March 22, 2007

An Update on God's Truck Report from Brother Chuck: I arrived back in Haiti on the 20th of March to prepare for the youth team from Wright Baptist Church, Fort Walton Beach, Florida. As some of you know, the Lord has...

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March 20, 2007

Update on Needs for Widow's Home Praise the Lord! All the beds, chairs, mattress are paid for, and most of the major construction. All that is left is the construction of the front wall and the installation of the gates...

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March 11, 2007

God's Truck We flew out of Mole St. Nichol this morning about 11 a.m. and returned to Port-au-Prince about 12 o'clock. We then went to meet with Patrick and purchase the 2½ ton military truck. Hallelujah!!!! What an answer...

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March 10, 2007

The Needs in the Area of Marge Rouge Saturday was a busy day in Marge Rouge. Tony Gibson, of Heart of the Bride, and I talked with different pastors that are having problems feeding the many children of this area. It is...

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March 9, 2007

The Widow's Home Ed and Tim had a tour of the Widow's Home & clinic, and then they got to go to market, which just happens to be on Friday. Linda Blankenship was the guide. After this quick tour, Linda put Ed and Tim to...

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March 8, 2007

Travels from Port-au-Prince to Bombardopolis Tim, Ed and I got up this morning and were taken to the small airport in Port-au-Prince where we caught a flight on MAF to Mole St. Nichol, which is on the coast in the extreme...

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