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All you need is Love.

GUYS GUYS GUYS GUYS GUYS GUYS! ok now that I have your attention, IM GOING BACK TO HAITI! God is so faithful and oh so good! Ever since I left haiti, ever since that plane in Port-au-Prince took me back to America, I prayed SO hard, for God to allow me to be a part of His marvelous works in Haiti. There was no answer for a long time, there was so much uncertainty, going back to Haiti seemed nothing but a dream. However, I continued praying.

There was a time where I had to re-evaluate my heart, why Haiti? why do I want to go? Is it because I simply missed the kids? I didn't think that was a good enough reason. I am not a teacher, a nurse, a sunday school teacher...etc..none of those. I didn't have much to offer...or so I thought. I prayed. I wanted to go with a purpose, I wanted to go to glorify God. God in His amazing grace revealed to me that all I have to offer is LOVE. I didni't have to be good at something, nor be something, I just need to be God's instrument, I just need to LOVE. Love the people of Haiti.

Later on as I continued to pray, God again, revealed to me, that I need to show love not just to the people of Haiti, but here. Even though we American's have everything we can possibly imagine, we lack the most amazing thing and that is JESUS. At work, at school, at home, at the grocery store-SHOW LOVE. Always!

In January I pursued the dream of mine...I contact Child Hope, and after a few minor details...I AM GOING BACK TO HAITI! now I'm just wishing my life away. I absolutely can't wait to see what God does, and I can't wait to be God's insturment.

Also, one more exciting news. Who am I go with? MY BEST FRIEND. how cool is that? We are always together, we went to haiti together last year, and God put us together again. I am looking forward to spending 2 weeks with my best friend and seeing how the Lord will deepen our friendship. <3

I would appreciate your prayers!

Much LOVE and GRACE =)


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