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Children in Need Haiti

There is alot of insecurity in Haiti right now. Please pray for the country, the.missionaries, our school students and teachersPray for Haiti.

On June 11, the Overseas Security Advisory Council reported burning tires and demonstrations in Port-au-Prince. The U.S. Embassy in Haiti also issued a Level 3 travel advisory due to rising tension and demonstrations.

If you haven’t already, please take a moment to pause and pray for Haiti. For the people. For the missionaries. For the government. So that, in the middle of the unrest, there be a light of peace displayed by the children of God.

We will continue to fly missionaries and supplies, as long as we have the ability to safely fly into and out of the country. This week, precautions were taken by our mailroom staff in Port-au-Prince and cargo flights to the capital were cancelled. Our affiliated missions will be updated through the normal channels of communication when cargo flights resume.
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I regret to inform you that Madame Rene (Lolo) has passed away. It sounds like she had a cardiac related incident with resultant heart failure. There was not enough time to get her medical care at the closest hospital several hours away.
I (Jeanette) have known Lolo since 1978 when as an entrepreneur she established a little business selling deep fried foods cooked over an open fire to the patients that came to our clinic in Lespinasse 3 days per week. She was a strong sister in Christ with a sweet and gentle spirit. She worked as the cook for our school children for several years until the work was too hard for her. She was involved in the women's community fellowship as well as the church and always willing to help in any way she could.
I am so thankful that she was able to enjoy living in the house we built for her family last year.
Her presence and sweet smile will be sorely missed in Lespinasse.

I will post pictures later.
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Large Haitian mango bought for $2.50 on the streets of NYC sells for approx $1.20 for 4-6 mangoes in Haiti right now...so sweet, juicy, nutritious and delicious! ... See MoreSee Less

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Fun to paint the eggs AND nutritious to eat. ... See MoreSee Less

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