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Agape Love Mission

Serving In Haiti
July 31, 2010
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We Arrived!

by Team | July 31, 2010 7:31 PM

We made it! Our team safely arrived in Haiti today and we are now settled in to our lodging facility. Our lodging facility is about 45 minutes from the airport and we used all of that time to take in our surroundings as we drove through the heart of Port Au Prince. After arriving at the lodging facility, we settled in to our rooms and then had dinner. Fish and rice and beans were on the menu. Delicious! Following dinner, we had a team meeting where we met the rest of the group and received the schedule for tomorrow. Church is at 6am and it is expected to last 3 hours. We can't wait to experience what it is like to worship with another culture. Thank you so much for praying for us. We just received word that the power is going to go out soon, and it is almost time for bed. Pictures will have to wait until tomorrow. We are so excited to be serving in Haiti!

Awesome Sunday!

by 72066126.7736 | August 1, 2010 8:29 PM

This morning we woke up bright and early for our 6am church service. It was well worth it! Over 1500 people packed into the 3 hour long church service. It was so amazing to see how they worshiped. They even stood up and sang a song just for us! After church, we took some time to rest until lunch where we had our first taste of goat! We then piled into the bus and headed off to an orphanage. The kids at the orphanage were a ton of fun and it was an experience that will stay in my mind for a long time. It was hard to say goodbye as we drove away. On the way home from the orphanage, we stopped by the destroyed palace. It was very sad to see the destruction that the earthquake caused. We moved on after a few minutes and made it back to our lodging location for the night. God has granted us another amazing day and we can't wait to see what tomorrow brings!

Awesome Sunday!

by Team | August 1, 2010 8:30 PM

This morning we woke up bright and early for our 6am church service. It was well worth it! Over 1500 people packed into the 3 hour long church service. It was so amazing to see how they worshiped. They even stood up and sang a song just for us! After church, we took some time to rest until lunch where we had our first taste of goat! We then piled into the bus and headed off to an orphanage. The kids at the orphanage were a ton of fun and it was an experience that will stay in my mind for a long time. It was hard to say goodbye as we drove away. On the way home from the orphanage, we stopped by the destroyed palace. It was very sad to see the destruction that the earthquake caused. We moved on after a few minutes and made it back to our lodging location for the night. God has granted us another amazing day and we can't wait to see what tomorrow brings! To continue to follow us, please use Salem Bible's trip journal. We have limited internet here and we will be partnered with Salem Bible this week.

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Sue Dolhi

August 5, 2010 10:44 AM

Hi Bill! I was over to have dinner with Michel on Mon. night missed you! I'm excited to hear about your trip to Haiti and all the activities your team is doing. I pray God strengthens the team and brings joy in the process of blessing the Haitians. I hope to see you on my Christmas visit. God bless the rest of your stay and safe travels to the U. S. Love, Sue

Joel Hoffman

August 3, 2010 3:02 PM

Hi Caron and Leanne. Glad to hear you arrived safely. I love you and I miss you and am thinking about you. Please stay safe and HYDRATED. I saw a picture on the Salem Bible journal that looked like it might be you working on the wall. Is that you? Hope things are going OK.

Marjorie Lindstrom

August 2, 2010 1:14 PM

Hello Caron and Leanne (and ALL): Glad to hear you have arrived safely! I will be checking this daily for updates, but wanted to remind you that everyone at St. Phil's is thinking and praying for you. We miss you guys already! Our prayers are with you all that your work bring Glory to our Father and that He keep His loving arms around you all during this trip! You are amazing people and we praise God for your willingness to follow, everyday! XOXOXOX Margie, Steve, Britt, Brianna and St. Phil's Prayer Team!!

Benjamin Miosi

August 1, 2010 11:40 AM

Congratulations and Hello! Glad to hear that everyone arrived safe and is settling in. I'm sure you'll have your hands full, my thoughts and prayers are with you all. Looking forward to seeing photos and comments during your week. Good Luck! (Rachel, so excited to hear about your experience, get home quick! xoxo) Ben

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