Sometimes the greatest testimony has to start with the greatest challenge. Haiti had many challenges but it was because of these challenges that we are able to declare some of the greatest miracles. In order to explain the miracles, we are finding our explanation begins to focus on explaining the difficulty that we faced and this is not what we hope to focus on when sharing with everyone. We would like to focus on the miracles and the lives that were changed and the work that God did.
Where God sends us, it will be a dark world at time. We face cultures of voodoo, witch craft and spiritual warfare. There are many teachings in the world that are not from the bible or from God and so we face generations who have been misled and misinformed. We often have to die to ourselves to accomplish what God has called us to do. We however, consider ourselves blessed to have the opportunity to teach and lead people to a new understanding of what Jesus did for them on the cross. To help them know that God “remembers their sin no more” and that God is not in the earthquake (1 King 19:11).
We see healing of bodies, but some of our greatest miracles come from healing of spirits and this is what we witnessed during out time in Haiti. These are the miracles that we find difficult to describe. These are the miracles that seem to start with us explaining the darkness that the people were in but we do not want to forget to mention the light that they received by revolution from the word of God that they received.
We praise God for:Healing of Spirits
Reconciliation of families
Healing of bodies
New believers giving their lives to the Lord
For being able to share the truth of God’s word with pastors and other believers in Haiti
For being able to be a light in a dark world