Jim Loggins shares the events of day 4 for the Lutheran Church of Hope team, which sees them visiting people in the community and distributing PET carts.

Hello, this is Jim Loggins sharing a reflection from our team’s day here in Haiti. Today was filled with many experiences and emotions for all of us.

We started our day by visiting an orphanage in Pignon led by Bill & Jennifer Campbell. God’s spirit and love was in abundance as told by the smiles on His children’s faces.



That joyful presence continued as we served Meals from the Heartland to the mothers and children attending Thrive for Five on the campus of Many Hands for Haiti. 

Serving food from Meals from the Heartland A big batch of rice Thrive cooks faithfully serving Paula is the Thrive helper Volunteers from the community of Vincent helping on the MH4H campus Working in the Plantain field Hard work Going to lunch, a Many Hands thank you treat Workers are out to lunch

After refueling (lunch), the team participated in the distribution of PET (Personal Energy Transport) carts to five individuals.  These carts significantly improve their ability to be mobile without the use of a wheelchair or other assistance.

First time on the PET Trying out a PET This is tricky!

In the afternoon, a small team visited and prayed over the father of a Many Hands for Haiti volunteer who is severely ill in the Pignon hospital. 

Our team ended our day by crossing the suspension bridge in Sylvain and taking in the beautiful scenery that surrounds this place.

On the suspension bridge Beautiful JESUS

The day brought many emotions but ended where it should; being reminded of His greatness, faithfulness and promise.