June 2000 Newsletter

Dear Friends,

Of all the differences between our life in the states and life in the village of Tricotte in Haiti, there is probably none so great as the pace at which life is lived.  Here, at home, we have become an impatient society, wanting things done immediately, if not sooner.  Life in Tricotte, on the other hand, seems to abound in patience.  Each visit to Tricotte is for us a refreshing time of living our life in a quiet, slow paced, reflective manner.  Somehow it brings us closer to our Lord, having time to see Him in the little things of life.  We are told many times in the Bible to wait, and to do so patiently. Continue Reading →