Greetings. It is always good to visit you and to fill you with some information about the ministry. Thank you for your prayers and financial support for the ministry. Without your cooperation, it would be impossible to carry such a task.
We are hanging in there with Jesus trying to fulfill our calling on a daily basis. Thank God for his help and thank God for bring you on my way. Since he has brought you on our way the ministry never ceases to grow and more people have been reached spiritually and materially. Your prayers are very vital for us.
We have been having several outreach teams who came to us for the past three weeks and they are a blessing. ...Their purpose was to distribute food to the people.
My wife and I we have this week off. Pastor Tom and wife and Carold Fraker gave us money to go to a resort for two days. Now we're at Indigo Club that used to be Club Med. My wife and I are having a great time. I thank God for such opportunity for if we were not Chritians it would not be possible for us to come to a place like that. It doesn't look like us or we do not fit. If I know you today and vice versa it is because of our acquaintance with Jesus. Same thing with Cayman Island experience. Only in Jesus. Those who do not know Jesus do not know what they are losing.
We have not used Haiti power since February. As I told you it has become too expensive and it seems the company takes people as idiots. They keep sending their bills with no details on the consummation. They just put the amount they want you to pay and no quantity of kilowatts used for the month. In February they sent a bill for 125,000 gourds equivalent to about $3,000 USD. I have asked them to disconnect me but they don't. maybe if I don't pay my bill they will have a good reason to cut me off. At the present we just used the generator at night for guests and when we need to make copies. In the meantime our inverter and batteries charge up. We thank God for soon we are going to have Sun energy on the compound. Nothing is impossible for God. Thank you all for your contribution to that.
Right now there is a shortage of fuel in the country. Yesterday I was going to send a truck to the northern Dominican Border to buy fuel but our accountant ...and ...he was able to buy 150 gallons of diesel fuel in the name of this organization for us. We are tryng to manage this for the transportation of our guests. Beofre I was wondering if I should let them come but now we have fuel for the vehicles. I don't know how long the fuel problem is going to last. One told me that he paid up to 400gourds equivalent to $10.00 USD for gaz.