Prayer Calendar for Tomorrow (10/1): Rest of team departs for home. Praise God for His faithfulness and what He has accomplished!
Today is our last day in Haiti – we depart for the airport at 6 am tomorrow morning. Today we all praised God for what he has done for the construction of this school. There are a lot of pictures, as promised, so let’s get started.
This is nothing more than a goat on a wall – goats like walls, we don’t know why.
Early this morning before breakfast, we all head downstairs to the common area of the gust house (shown below). Cody is getting ready for the day.
Here is Larry looking through the porch door into the guest house.
This is a picture of part of the team at Christianville during morning devotional before we take off for the job site. Scott Couch is the one who has his arms folded. We are thankful for his leadership, guidance, friendship and expertise.
Below is a completed bathroom door.
The bathroom is nearly completed – shown below. All of the girls’ tile is finished and half of the boys’ tile is finished.
Here is a good look at the nearly completed school. In the picture are Larry and Pastor Benito.
Pictured below is a finished classroom with benches/desks for students and a desk and chair for the teacher. Praise God!
Shown below is the nearly completed kitchen sink stand and shelf. All that remains is the tile for the drying rack area.
Right behind the kitchen is the outdoor cooking and large pot wash sink. These are completed today including a thermometer in the oven.
We made friends with a woman we have always seen over the past year, but she kept her distance. Her name is Lourdie and she helped from time to time also.
Below is Cathy painting.
Finally, here is a group shot of all of the workers shot at the end of the day. We will miss our friends in Haiti! This is the last post on this blog. Have a wonderful evening and thank you for everything!!! See you all Sunday at church!
Have a wonderful evening and thank you for all of your prayers, comments and continued support!
Scott Norton and the GSCC School Construction Team