Mountain Community Fellowship Haiti Mission Trips

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Hope in the Light:

Hope in the Light Mountain Community Fellowship Haiti Mission Trips 2010 and 2011 Trips

The Journey:

The Journey Arrival at the Toussaint L’Ouverture Airport.

The Journey:

The Journey Goods loaded on our tap-tap

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Garbage is strewn throughout the city. The stench of garbage and human waste was stifling at times.

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Tent cities sprung up outside the city limits after the earthquake and now line the highway.

Typical street scene:

The Journey Typical street scene

The Journey:

The Journey Typical street scenes traveling through Port au Prince.

Making Friends:

Making Friends We soon discovered that although the Haitian children often look into the camera with somber expressions once you take their pictures they giggle and smile when they see their photographs! And, putting the camera in their hands to let them take a picture was magical. Lori made friends instantly, of course!

"He who is kind to the poor lends to the LORD, and he will reward him for what he has done." Proverbs 19:17 :

"He who is kind to the poor lends to the LORD, and he will reward him for what he has done." Proverbs 19:17

Traveling to Boucan:

Traveling to Boucan Loading up medical supplies for Boucan.

Traveling to Boucan:

Beautiful views from the mountain. Traveling to Boucan

The Medical Clinic:

The Medical Clinic Haitian women cook and sell their delicious foods at the medical clinic – the Haitian version of fast food.

The Medical Clinic:

The Medical Clinic Medical supplies donated by members, friends and families of Mountain Community Fellowship.

The Medical Clinic:

The Medical Clinic Word spreads quickly throughout the community of the medical clinic.

The Medical Clinic:

The Medical Clinic Patiently waiting for the doctor.

The Medical Clinic:

The Medical Clinic A simple gift of a balloon was a treasure to the Haitian children.

The Medical Clinic:

The Medical Clinic Mothers carried their children lovingly to receive medical attention.

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A HAITIAN PRAYER Malgre nou manke yon rad pou ale ligliz nou manke manje nou, e nou gen Selman disk ob nan poch nou, gras Jezi sifi. Ak grass a a, nou rich. Although we lack a dress to wear to church, lack food at home, and have only two cents in our pockets, the grace of Jesus is enough. With this grace, we are rich.

The Medical Clinic:

The Medical Clinic Clothing donated by members, friends and family of our church community has been distributed to families. Terecia shows her sewing skills.

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Makalya makes some special friends

The Medical Clinic:

The Medical Clinic Pastor Jason plays soccer, the Haitians most popular sport, with the Haitian boys.

The Medical Clinic:

The Medical Clinic After playing soccer in the muddy field, we were surprised to see the boys carefully washing the mud from the ball, realizing that those things we take for granted are truly appreciated and carefully tended by the Haitian children.

The Eye Clinic:

The Eye Clinic Crowds wait their turn for the eye clinic and Dr. Mark makes a friend.

The Eye Clinic:

The Eye Clinic

Assisting in Surgery:

Dianna and Makayla assist a New Hampshire physician. Assisting in Surgery

School Days:

School Days Traveling to school. Some Haitian children as young as three walked for miles to go to school.

Therefore go and make disciples of all nations . . ."                                     Matthew 28:19 :

Therefore go and make disciples of all nations . . ." Matthew 28:19

School Days May 2010:

No carpeted floors or air conditioning in this school! Blue tarps and rough wooden frames dotted the field as students worked diligently on their lessons. School Days May 2010

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A Haitian teacher and his class – all respectfully dressed in their best in spite of the fact that their classroom was mired in a field of red mud. School Days May 2010

School Days May 2010:

Classes continue in the drenching rain! School Days May 2010

School Days May 2010:

Each child, such as Esther, was photographed and their information logged to obtain sponsorship which would enable the child to attend school a full day and receive a meal at lunch. School Days May 2010

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Time for fun. At the end of the classes, our group conducted some activities with all students. School Days May 2010

School Days May 2010:

School Days May 2010 John Wesley helped create a little magic with popsicle sticks!

The Birth of a New School November 2011:

The Birth of a New School November 2011

"'He defended the cause of the poor and needy, and so all went well. Is that not what it means to know me?" declares the LORD." Jeremiah 22:16 :

"'He defended the cause of the poor and needy, and so all went well. Is that not what it means to know me?" declares the LORD." Jeremiah 22:16

Hope in the Light Orphanage 2010:

Hope in the Light Orphanage 2010

Work on the Orphanage 2010:

Work on the Orphanage 2010 The extension of the orphanage will soon be an apartment for the caregivers.

John Wesley helps make progress on the Orphanage assisting with tiling.:

John Wesley helps make progress on the Orphanage assisting with tiling. Hope in the Light Orphanage 2011

  “Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation."                                                                                  Mark 16:15:

“Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation." Mark 16:15

Church on the Veranda:

Church on the Veranda Makayla and Debbie sing together during service.

Church on the Veranda:

Church on the Veranda Madame Claremont translates for Jason as he delivers Sunday’s sermon.

Church on the Veranda:

Church on the Veranda Raymond, the leader of Children’s church, appreciated the supplies donated by MCF and put them to use immediately!

Church on the Veranda:

A HAITIAN PRAYER Senye, Mesi deske ou ban nou non Kretyen. Kounye a, ban nou fos pou nou pote l’. Lord, Thank you that You have given us the name Christian. Now give us the strength to carry it. Church on the Veranda

Church on the Veranda:

Church on the Veranda A HAITIAN PRAYER Senye, Ala nou kontan se pa nou k’ap kenbe ou men se ou k’ap kenbe nou. Lord, how glad we are that we don’t hold you, but that you hold us.

Pastor’s Conference:

Pastor’s Conference Pastors Jason and Darryl conducted a three day Pastor’s Conference with local Haitian pastors.

Bible School:

Bible School Bible School was conducted in the afternoon for neighborhood children. Pastor Darryl explains the significance of the Evangicube.

Bible School:

Olivia helps this group with their crafts Bible School

“By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.” John 13:35 :

“By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another .” John 13:35

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