Insights into these Shoes' Soul

Welcome to our blog! You'll get glimpses into the fabric of our lives... find out what is happening in our family, learn what our latest adjustment is to life in the US, find out what is going on in our minds, see what makes us smile, and hear what makes us tick. You'll also get ministry updates! We hope these insights into our souls will make you smile, keep you informed and challenge you to pray for us.



Wednesday, October 27, 2010

And Now for the Good News!

Update on Jules

On Oct. 24, Jules celebrated his 56th birthday.  He is doing very well.  He’s anxious to get back to Haiti as soon as he can.  The majority of his doctors have cleared him to return.  The current issue is that he’s still having significant pain in his back (a dear friend arrived from Haiti recently and, not realizing how fragile Jules was and the possible consequences, gave Jules a joyful, giant bear hug, injuring his back).  He is getting treatment for it and those doctors believe it will clear up in just a few weeks.  At this time, he has been declared cancer free!! What a huge Praise the Lord for this special man!!

If all goes well, Jules would like to return to Haiti in November.  Pray for his continued recovery and financial needs.  He sends out big greetings and thank you-s to everyone.  He is very appreciative of the many financial gifts he’s received as well as the phone calls, cards, letters and especially the prayers of so many people.

We’ll keep you up to date on his departure plans.

The Hope for Kidz Hot Lunch Program has begun!

The start of the Haitian school year, in the middle of October, marked not only the beginning of a “normal” school year – a good healing point for Haiti – but it also marked the beginning of the the Hope for Kidz Hot Lunch Program in specific pilot schools.   It was estimated that this pilot year ti jean 2 tunedwould feed 800 children with a hot, nutritional lunch.    However, when word got out that those schools would be serving a hot lunch, families responded in droves, registering their children in those schools.  The result is that we are now feeding 1,300 children each school day!  The kids were very excited about getting a meal at school. 

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