Delivering Supplies to Z’Orangé And Picking Up The Team

George and I got up at 5 a.m. and headed to Z’Orangé, where we arrived around 10 a.m. It was a good trip and as usual, God was good. It didn’t look like it had rained much in the mountains recently and the sun was shining for the first time in four days.

We left Z’Orangé and made it back to Port-au-Prince to pick up the team at the airport. They arrived late and we ended up driving through Port in the dark (did I mention the lights on the truck don’t work?). The team ended up getting wet since it started raining and they were in the back of the truck. We arrived safely and without incident at the CSI house even though we had no lights or the needed paperwork for the truck. The police have been cracking down on trucks and the required paperwork, so the Lord truly blinded them to us since we had to drive right by the them on several coners and actually had to stop in front of them because of traffic. We are working on getting the paperwork and should have everything on Monday. Please pray that Edner (our Haitian friend) can get it all done for us.

All of us will be leaving tomorrow morning at 8 a.m. to head to Z’Orange. Everyone is excited to see what the Lord will have us do.

I hope to send some photos and information before Friday but I will have to come back to Port-au-Prince to do it, Lord willing. There is no phone or internet service in Z’Orangé.

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