This blog follows the journey of Micah Aurand in Haiti.
“Through Haiti, God is teaching me the dance of love and obedience. He’s challenging the way I love Him and others, calling out the weaknesses hiding among my strengths. It’s a painful process and not at all comfortable. But I press on and I hope you do the same. “
“I found myself sitting on a grass airstrip seeking shade under the belly of a Douglas DC-3”
“He is God in unpredictable times and will bring us through unpredictable times…Pause. Reflect. See what the Lord would say to you in this moment of tension.”
“Grandma thanked God for my 7 years of life and she praised Him in advance for the many years I had yet to live. My grandmother rejoiced over me that day.”
“Through Haiti, God is teaching me the dance of love and obedience. He’s challenging the way I love Him and others, calling out the weaknesses hiding among my strengths. Obedience to God is love and love is spelled, B – R – A – V – E.”
“If the failure of my ‘what’s’ will glorify God more than their perceived success, then to the glory of God may they crash and burn.”
Summer is still here (as always in Haiti!) and life marches on. Have the last few months flown by as quickly for you as they have for me? At one point, Many Hands had seven short-term mission teams in seven weeks. They came giving their time and resources to the...
What was once a mud and stick house was no longer fit to shelter my family’s chickens I had cared for as a teen. Reemerging into the sunlight, I looked into Louisa’s eyes as dread tightened its grip on me.