Missions Trip Blog

December Haiti Team, Monday, December 7th, 2015

  • Posted on: 7 December 2015
  • By: wkelly

The team had our first day of work, and it was a tremendous effort.  We painted the roof, helped prep for the concrete work, and then got the entire sidewalk poured and finished around the transitional house.  We are thankful that everyone is still feeling well, and there were no injuries on the construction site.  We are still missing our luggage, but our spirits are good and we have learned how to share clothes, and wash clothes in the sink and hang them to dry for the next day.

December Haiti Team, Arrival in Cap Haitien, December 5th, 2015

  • Posted on: 5 December 2015
  • By: wkelly

The flight from Miami to Cap Haitien went smoothly and quickly, and the mountain scenery as we approached the city was beautiful. We were warmly greeted by John from Kids Alive at the airport, and we quickly cleared through immigration and waited for our luggage. Unfortunately, for most of us the luggage did not arrive with our flight, so we will try to recover it tomorrow. Please pray that our luggage comes tomorrow, as all of the medicine brought by Joe and Missy did not arrive with us.

Haiti team leaving on December 5

  • Posted on: 2 December 2015
  • By: doug

Watch here for more details as the December 2015 Haiti team makes final preparations for a week of work in the Kids Alive Children's Village in Cap Haïtien, Haiti! This team includes Bill Bump, Darren Flory, Dan Flynn, Joe Gadzia, Jennifer Kelly, Wayne Kelly, Missy Matthews, Ken Schmidt, and Ken Wagner. The team appreciates your prayers as they prepare for their trip in these final few days before their departure. Please pray for safe travels, good health and safety, and a productive week of work.

Learning Kreyòl

  • Posted on: 16 June 2015
  • By: dheacock

"Kijan ou ye?"  "Pa pi mal. E ou menm?"  "Anfòm!"* 

Several short-term missionaries at LFMC are learning Haitian Creole (Kreyòl Ayisyen) as we look forward to heading back to Haiti for one of the upcoming trips to Cap Haïtien. It's a short, four-week, eight-hour course in "survival Creole," intended to help us learn a few simple phrases that we can use to communicate with the children we meet (and some of whom we sponsor) and also with some of the school staff and our Haitian coworkers.

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