Mother's Day

Today is Mother's Day here in the United States. Mother's Day in Haiti is the last Sunday in May. On this special day, I can't help but think of all the Haitian mommas I've met. The picture above shows some of the Haitian mommas that were part of the Women's Bible Study we held on my last trip. One of my favorite memories with these women was when we taught them the Macarena. Oh how we laughed and laughed. We had such a great time. It's like all of their cares (and ours) melted away when we danced to that song. I wish we had a video, but it is forever etched in my mind. These sweet women have touched my heart, and when I think about these women, I can't help but think about how this new sewing program has the potential to dramatically transform women's lives....mentally, physically and spiritually. But, not only their lives, but their families as well. I am excited just thinking about all of the God-honoring stories that will one day come out of this program.

So today we wait...expectantly...for God's plan to be revealed.

We know He knows the perfect location in Port-de-Paix to house the sewing program.

We know He knows each of the sewing program participants by name.

He knows who's going to partner with us.

He knows how the story will go.