Latest News From Haiti
07-06-2015 - 10:00 AM
Today we welcome Mark and Evie Ostrander to Haiti. Evie will be helping in the Mobile Medical Clinic in Despeezo, while Mark will be working more on the slaughterhouse, drainage, and road in the Grand Miracle Market. I would like to again thank John Beasley and Louis for driving 10 hours from the Dominican Republic to help us with the Mobile Medical Clinic. God bless their tireless efforts! Bobby
07-06-2015 - 6:00 AM
“The liberal soul shall be made fat: and he that watereth shall be watered also himself.” Proverbs 11:25 – When we bless others, the Lord will bless us. There is nothing worse than a stingy Christian. Even if we go into a restaurant, let’s leave a generous tip! Bobby
Special note: This morning at 6:30, we leave with our medical team for the village of Despeezo to conduct a Mobile Medical Clinic. We thank John Beasley and Louis for driving ten hours from the Dominican Republic to help us.
07-05-2015 - 8:17 PM
Today, we had to set up our Mobile Medical Clinic tents to get ready for a huge crowd in the village of Despeezo tomorrow morning. When we sent our nurses and interpreters in ahead of time, they took over 800 patient forms the first day! Wow! We have lots of work ahead this week.
Despeezo is a predominantly Voodoo village, and we want to claim some souls for Jesus. “It is the goodness of God that leads men to repentance…” We are thankful for our team: Rachael Abrams, Christine Abrams (Rachael’s mother), Virginia Ricky, Dr. Rosenite Rene, Donna Tribble, Jordanie Mertil and Dana Burke. Blessings, Bobby and Sherry
PS: We will be feeding the people who come, every day!
07-05-2015 - 11:25 AM
We held our church service this morning in our Fond Parisien church. Let’s worship and praise the Lord! Thy word is a lamp unto our feet. Bobby and Sherry
07-05-2015 - 6:52 AM
“Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick; and it giveth light unto all that are in the house.” Matthew 5:15 — On Sunday, July 12th we will dedicate our first church in the Dominican Republic. Pastor Gomez has been praying and believing the Lord for many years! She is so sweet and what a woman of God! The church is in a very, very poor area of La Romana in the Dominican Republic. The population is around 80 percent Haitian and 20 percent Dominicans. The church will be the light of Jesus in this area, especially for many of the youth. Thank you David George and your partners for sponsoring this project. You are a prince among the poor! Have a blessed Sunday everyone. We love you, Bobby and Sherry