Last week Thursday we traveled back home taking the public ferry from LaGonave.
A smooth ride during which a pastor took the opportunity provided by a captive audience to preach the gospel.
After finishing his short message in Creole he stood close to us and started in English.
I appreciated the fact that he did not assume we already knew the Lord and let him know we're already family members!
Rejoicing with the LaGonave folks in the release from customs of 2 new Land Rovers [in customs close to 3 years] as well as a container of equipment for the new hospital!
Keep praying for the 40 hospital beds.
Today we'll finish up our school week while the district pastor's meet in the guest house.
Will share some bananas and Christmas cookies with them while asking them to pray with their congregations for our adoption referral.
Christmas here does not include: family get-togethers, snowy drives, Christmas carols on the radio [not for us as our house does not pick up radio well], shopping amongst busy crowds, Christmas parties with friends.
Thankful we focus on how He came to Earth to open the door for us to join God's family!