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back in Texas


So, the last two days we were there went by so fast, yet every moment is visibly etched into my mind.

We got to spend good time playing with the children,

at the orphanage

went to a couple ‘markets’,

tin market

ate at a real Haitian restaurant (in almost complete darkness),

j sand eating a goat's hoof

and held an all day open clinic to serve about 100 people.

clinic waiting place

The hardest part was saying goodbye to the great ministry they have there, the people, and living in such close community.

group picture outside of the haitian restaurant

Pray that the Lord will help us process everything we have seen and learned, and that we will be continually spurred on to do what He wills.  Pray also that our God will heal anyone who may come down with a sickness resulting from the trip and that Our Healer will continue to heal the eternal sickness of those whose lives we touched while we spent time in a different place of this world.

I love you all.

Oh yeah, and many of the plants have already started growing – Tim took this picture yesterday!   Our God is good!


“Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all His benefits…”  Psalm 103:2

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Ari permalink
    July.5.2009 2:03pm

    Tiffani- thank you for sharing the week with us here! Your stories and photography are beautiful, and have blessed me. I can’t wait to go there too at some point!

  2. July.6.2009 1:07am

    Nice post…I welled up a little…but not too much, I have to maintain my masculinity.

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