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Haiti - Camp-in-a-Box


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A thank you to the sponsors of my recent Mission Trip to Haiti

A thank you to the sponsors of my recent Mission Trip to Haiti

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  • 1. Camp-In-A-Box Haiti Mission 2010 40 people with one mission….
  • 2. Rebuild, Restore, Revive “… then you will be known as a rebuilder of walls and restorer of homes” Isaiah 58:12
  • 3. The Road from the Airport to the orphanage
  • 4. Tent cities meant to be temporary are becoming permanent ….
  • 5. The Maison de Lumiere (House of Light) Orphanage runs a feeding program for those who live around them…..
  • 6. Worship in Creole at the Boy’s Home….
  • 7. Adriano - now in America with foster family getting life saving heart surgery – he is 6 months old and under 8 lbs.
  • 8. Port au Prince Fellowship…. A church like no other!
  • 9. Setting off for “Le Montcel” and camp… The beauty of the mountain was an unexpected gift…..
  • 10. Rain Starting – “The Cage” had no 4-Wheel Drive and we encountered Steep Hills and large potholes, narrow roads and passing “Tap-Tap’s”….. Then the truck starts to tilt towards the cliff and we decided to walk….
  • 11. Fog and Darkness set in and then…. Pouring , Freezing Rain!
  • 12. Freezing Cold, Wet – We Arrived at Top of Mountain!
  • 13. Daylight brings a new view…
  • 14. Most of the Team comes together – makes a new game plan while some are going to pickup the kids…. before the rains start again!
  • 15. Kids Arrive!
  • 16. Let the Activities….
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  • 18. and Games Begin…..
  • 19. Go Blue
  • 20. Go Yellow
  • 21. Go Green
  • 22. Go Red
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  • 26. Photo-Scavenger Hunt Two of Our Challenges: Spell Out Your Team Name….. Strike your favorite dance move!
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  • 35. We learned that good sportsmanship was better than winning! It was a tie with ALL TEAMS BEING THE WINNERS!
  • 36. A Salute to All the Winners Camp-in-a-Box 2010
  • 37. Fellowship, Worship & Testimony… … .all took place here!
  • 38. Awards and Silliness went on before we started each Worship Service Some received awards even though not quiet awake!
  • 39. Awesome night of testimonies and even the staff of Le Montcel came forward to hear God’s Word.
  • 40. Following Morning Worship each Day were our “Break-Out” Sessions….
  • 41. Three Times a Day We Hiked to the Restaurant for Our Meals… Up and Down Stone Moss Covered Steps … .And views to reward you after the Hike!
  • 42. A little music & dancing before your meals…
  • 43. Me and the Girls – Oline, Katrina & Frankie
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  • 45. Bring it on! ……Haiti’s Got Talent Night…
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  • 47. Dancin’ Dip n Dots! Hip Hop Dancers & Talented Singers
  • 48. We are the world brought out the little ones to “strut their stuff” cRaZy Skits Ballads
  • 49. A Bonfire….complete with roasted marshmallows…courtesy of Le Montcel!
  • 50. A fond farewell to Le Montcel the kids are heading back to Port au Prince and we will follow…. One last group picture
  • 51. Kids leave in the “Cage” Truck We leave in three groups – one walking – two in the back of trucks
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  • 53. Passing can be interesting on a mountain road…..
  • 54. We encounter a woman in labor being carried on the road…. We unload the truck and load her, her cousin, brother and two old men who have delivered babies
  • 55. We take off to find a hospital All women who have had children, those who speak Creole are in the truck and off we go! We get her there & pay for her delivery – it will be hours yet, we wish we could have waited…
  • 56. On the road again – nothing like standing up in a truck going downhill at a fast clip passing within inches of other vehicles…. Woo hoo!
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  • 63. Back at the Orphanage…. and 115 degree temps!
  • 64. Our last night – pizza, iced cold soda and soccer!
  • 65. We leave today….one is already on her way to emergency surgery in Miami…. We sign t-shirts and say tearful goodbyes…
  • 66. The walk to the Ravine shows homes that were devastated by January’s earthquake….left “as is”
  • 67. We visit the Ravine Church….now just a tent in the middle of tent city….but God’s light shines here.
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  • 69. … thank you to my church family for your support and prayers that allowed me to make this journey… Farewell Haiti…..till we meet again…
  • 70. Who will join me next year? Camp-in-a-Box 2011 – BE THERE!