The Pella Christian Winterim team enjoyed their last full day in Haiti with three unique families as they invested time, manpower, and relationships to create lasting memories for everyone involved. These youth have had an amazing trip with the potential to change their entire worldview. As you continue reading to learn about the team’s day, keep them in your prayers for a safe journey home.
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Wednesday Day 7 in Haiti
Hello from Haiti! We started our day off today by splitting into 3 groups to pour cement floors. The first group went to a house with a set of twins, 9 months old. They were very smiley, and the team there loved playing with them and all the neighbor kids who joined in. That was the smallest house so this group got done with the concrete before the other two groups. The second house had 4 rooms, 2 small ones and 2 big ones. The parents of the house had 3 boys living with them, along with the grandma. The family made a potato soup to share and the mom was showing some of the girls on the team how she made it. The third group went to a house of an old man. He was living with his daughter and her son. He was very smiley and thankful for what we were doing for their family.
Bondye beni ou!
Anna DeBoef and Karlie Anderson