Haiti – Day 4 (10/25/2015)

Today was a day of worship and relaxation.

We started the day riding a three-wheeler motorcycle to GSCC for worship service where Scott Couch from Vision Trust delivered the message of the Prodigal Son with Pastor Benito Joseph translating.  Luke 15:11.  The worship team played their bass guitar, rhythm guitar (with a missing string) and a wounded drum set and a floor tom with a drum head made out of thick fabric and duct tape.  They also used a thick tin can as a cowbell.  Despite the equipment, they sounded great!  They had a projector hooked up to a computer and during the music they had a powerpoint that was in-time with the music showing dancing chickens!  It was quite entertaining.

After church service, Scott Couch drove us all back to Christianville to relax the rest of the day.  We ate lunch at 12 and dinner at 6 – the food was great and we are thankful for it.  At 7 pm we went to the rooftop of the guest house for devotions with a full moon overhead.  it was a beautiful night!

Below are pictures of the construction site from Saturday.  Notice the new fence posts and block alongside the road of the first school building.

Fenceposts alongside the first school building.

Fenceposts alongside the first school building.

Shown below is a picture of the bathrooms and the new water tank on top of the church.

Notice the new water tank on top of the church.

Notice the new water tank on top of the church.

We are so thankful to do God’s work alongside our brothers and sisters in Haiti!  We are thankful for our health and safety.  We so very thankful for all of your thoughts and prayers!

Have a blessed evening and a great Monday!

Scott Norton and the other U.S. members of the Haiti mission team (Larry Becker, Chris Lyons, Cody Cother, Mike Welch and Scott Couch)

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2 thoughts on “Haiti – Day 4 (10/25/2015)

  1. Thank you for taking time to keep us up to date with your activities. Glad to hear things are going well. Tell everyone I said hello and wish I was there!

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