Friday, January 18, 2019

Day 5-Water truck stop 17 playdate

Today we started our day off by our team going to church on the rock at 6:00 am. It was a very spiritual service and we all had the chance to pray over each other. 

we then moved on to our half water truck day which many of us can say it was much different than the last water truck day. We connected with the people of cite soleil through music and dance. our team member Edna was teaching some dance moves and even had a couple of "dance off's" with the people. Not only children were involved but the adults were enjoying the fellowship. We had everyone involved with the music which made it so powerful and we can all say God moved in and thru through the whole town in such a beautiful way.! 

After  the water truck, we enjoyed some team time by the poolside.

The day ended with the most powerful time sharing Jesus Calling devotional. It was a time for us to open up and get vulnerable with one another. We invited the guest house intern, Ashley to join us. It was her first introduction to our SVCC teams' to see the level of trust and love we have for each other.

God Bless SVCC team!

SV Day Four - Grace Village, Elder Visits, Fleri Resto

Today we enjoyed a powerful day in the city of Titanyen.  We started our day at Grace Village taking a tour of the school, clinic, library, IT center and family housing.  The children were excited to have us there and many joined us during the tour, holding our hands and grabbing hugs and piggy back rides.  

We ventured off into the city to meet our four elders Lindor, Felice, Sitalia and Guerline .  While there we worshiped with them, washed their hands and feet, rubbed lotion on their bodies, and prayed with them for their needs.  We were so blessed as each elder asked us to pray for ourselves, as well.
Our final stop of the day was at Fleri Bakery and restaurant where we had the opportunity to tour the facility and see the growth, development and community impact through job creation the bakery has had on Titanyen.  And yes, we got to eat the pizza too!
Our time with the elders was the most powerful and spiritually gratifying experience our team has had to this point; it touched each one of us personally and as a team.  The selflessness of the Haitian elders was beautiful and inspiring, and we all look forward to carrying that with us upon our return home. 
God showed up in mighty way today.