Thursday, March 19, 2009


We have some exciting news that we would like to share with you. Our son Daniel is now engaged to Jessica Fager who moved here last May to work with us as an intern. We could not be more happy for the two of them as they are beginning to make plans for their future together. They will be getting married sometime this fall and continuing in their ministry from there. We ask that you join us in praying for them as they make plans and continue to walk in Father's obedience for their lives.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

Our New Kids

This is our new baby boy that came to us on March 2nd. His name is Max. His mother died with an infection after giving birth to him. His birthday is October 14, 2008. His father brought him along with all the papers we needed. He is four months old and eigh 11lbs. He looks healthly.

In the last week, we've taken three young ladies into our home. Edna (15), Servina (10), and Sergeline (9). The two younger ones came to us with the typical story of Haiti- the mother is dead and the father can not take care of them. We also believe the father is dying of a disease so we took these two in. Edna, however, is a different story. At 15 years old, Edna comes to us with the knowledge that she will never be adopted, yet she will become our daughter here in Haiti. But this is also another sad, typical story of why we, in the past, have not gotten a lot of girls. After both of Edna's parents died, she had become basically a slave both physically and sexually and came to the Creche weeping to Solange for help. Of course, my belief right now is for us to be Jesus to her and to live His word out of Mark 9 where Jesus is talking to the disciples and leaders and orders them to "Bring him to me." So we brought Edna here where she will be free of the abuse and slavery and she will be free to become the daughter that she deserves to be!

(Servina and Sergeline)


Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Our kids are growing!

Baby Thomas! Beautiful and healthy!

Marc, loving those bandana! :)

Our beautiful young ladies living in our adoption home with the other girls are growing up! We are in need of bras and training bras for young ladies in our home. If you would like to help, please let us know!

Check this out! See what Keith can do with lumber from the crates that we use to ship supplies over to haiti. Keith made Solange a beautiful table.