A Visit to Bombardopolis
Last night was the best night’s sleep have had since I arrived in Haiti. I went to bed at 8 p.m. and woke up at 5:30 a.m. I must have needed it. I had breakfast with the Ungers, and then George and I went to Bombardopolis, which is about an hour and a half away, to see the Byers family, the Leach family, Linda and the Widow’s home. Steve and Faith were gone but they will be over here tomorrow. The Widows home has another widow as of today. They brought her in this morning, her name is Elasya and as usual Linda has already started loving on her. You can see by Linda’s face how much see loves these ladies (see this photo of St. Erest and Linda).
After this I stopped by and visited some friends of mine, the Knold and Fresnell families. Knold’s daughter is my goddaughter. She will be graduating from kindergarten next year. She is a sweetheart, and she hung onto me the whole time I was there. We had a great visit. They told me about some people who were really hungry so we gave them some money to buy some food, on the condition that they don’t tell the people that it came from us but from Jesus. I don’t want the Haitian people to depend on me or TEM; I want them to depend on God.
We had a good trip back to Nan Sentrain, where George lives, and went by the market place where Carol Ann (George’s wife) had taken Josh to the market. They bought a lot of vegetables and items he needed for his stay.
The Ungers are doing great, no complaints and the kids are being kids. Please pray for this family. I know they are in God’s will taking one step at a time.