Funny how home is such a relative word. My parent’s house in Kansas is home. Our YWAM house in Haiti is home. Lifeline is home. Even staying in Emily and Andrea’s new house in Topeka felt like home. As cheesy as it is, I guess the saying is true – “Home is where the heart is.”
I got in Monday afternoon and was picked up with Sarah and Anne, who work in St. Marc, along with Rose’s mom, who is staying for a week. Julia got back in the morning and Emery also came back in the afternoon. I got to see Dani and Kyle, and people that live at my house came home around 5.
Tuesday, I didn’t do much. Julia and I both slept in. I did some laundry from my full basket awaiting my return. Unpacked a little, did some cleaning. I found out we were going to start interviewing families living in Cite Soleil tent city to move out to the housing project in Titanyen starting this morning. We came up with a form of questions and info they needed to agree to. It was pretty hot out there today. We were going tent to tent, sitting inside while Robert and/or Anacias translated the answers and I typed them into my computer. Somehow, I forgot what it’s like to sweat like this.
Tomorrow, we’re going back for more interviews. Please pray for discernment for us and truthful people we encounter. We’re only picking 10 families at this time and have to decide who is legit or not.


About leahgduncan

I'm just a woman that wants to serve Jesus Christ with her whole life. I want to live with my hands wide open to Him, letting him fill my hands and take things away as He pleases. I currently live in Port au Prince, Haiti, working with an international missions organization called Youth With A Mission (YWAM). I love Haiti and know that I will be attached to Haiti for the rest of my life. At this time I don't know if that means I'll always live here, but I know I'll always come back here.

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