We woke up at 5:30 this morning to go to church at 6 am. It was really neat. The Haitians were walking up and down the aisles of the massive room waving their hands around. The service alternated between singing and speaking. The open air building it was in was huge. Several hundred could fit in there at once. The church was housed on the campus of a Christian school.


After church, we had breakfast before heading to Grace Village. It’s a school and orphanage in Titanyen. We toured the school and are going back later in the week.

After the school, we visited four elderly. Marie was 104. She started smiling and jabbering away when we got there. Our interpreter said she wanted hugs from everyone. At the end, she demanded photos with us. We gave them sandwiches and water and then washed their feet and painted their nails. We also painted their granddaughter’s nails.

We went to an orphanage after and helped the kids make salvation bracelets. Our translator to them what we were saying. We also sang songs with the kids for nearly an hour.


Later in the evening, we spent some time on the balcony with the team from next door singing worship songs. There were around 30 of us total.