Missions Trip Blog

Week 1 team: Monday, Jan. 26

  • Posted on: 26 January 2015
  • By: doug

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Our travel to Haiti was pretty uneventful.  Eight of us left Lawrence on Saturday morning with our donation bags, met Randy in the airport and then connected with Brian from Indiana and Rocky from Alaska in Miami.

First Haiti team to leave on January 24

  • Posted on: 20 January 2015
  • By: doug

Thanks for visiting the LFMC Missions Trip Blog! We're guessing you're here because (a) you are interested in missions, (b) you're interested in Haiti, (c) you're a friend of family member of someone who is heading out to serve on one of our teams in the next few weeks, (d) you're curious, or (e) you're lost! We hope that whatever the reason, you'll pray for us as we prepare to leave for a week of service in a very poor place.

Teams preparing for January/February 2015 Haiti trips

  • Posted on: 2 January 2015
  • By: doug

LFMC missionary teams will be heading for Haiti again this month (Jan. 2015) to continue our work on the Kids Alive compound in Cap Haitien. LFMC teams will be in Haiti for two weeks--the first team leaves on January 24, and a second team will leave January 31. Some members of the first-week team will return on January 31, and some members of that team will remain in Haiti for the second week.

Oct 2014 Haiti Trip Update - Day 6 (Thursday, 10/23)

  • Posted on: 23 October 2014
  • By: doug

This morning as everyone’s alarms went off they were all quickly silenced. Everyone took their sweet time rolling out of bed as we slowly shook off the last bits of sleep still stuck in our hazy eyes. We happily ate our pancakes and eggs over muffled grunts back and forth barely interpreted as morning greetings. None the less we were ready for another day at the village.

Oct 2014 Haiti Trip Update - Day 4 (Tuesday, 10/21)

  • Posted on: 21 October 2014
  • By: doug

This morning we awoke early, yes another early morning, but this time to the smell of pancakes and eggs prepared by Pastor Bill and Darren. Of course this got the entire team up and ready for the day. Some of us were sore and some of us refused to accept the fact that they were sore hoping that if they kept denying it, it would somehow become true. None the less we all set out for our second day of work.

Oct 2014 Haiti Trip Update - Day 3 (Monday, 10/20)

  • Posted on: 21 October 2014
  • By: doug

This morning the team awoke for another early morning call that we have all become accustomed to. Our morning started off a little shaky because the gas at our house was not working. That meant no pancakes, and no pancakes means a group of disgruntled mission’s workers. However, we were all so excited to get to the village for our first day of work that it didn’t seem to phase us.

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