While Ryan and I have had a great time in the states (working on stateside things), we have left our Haitian team with one of our Justice Water staff, Zach. Zach and the rest of the team worked hard the past few weeks on an island off of the coast of Haiti’s mainland. La Ganove is an island ridden with disease and a place that is resistant to change or help of any kind. It is a really difficult place for these guys to work- and has been. However, with the help of the Lord, they built another tank for a place in need! Jesselyn, our newest Justice Water staff, led this tank out and we have loved seeing the pictures and hearing the stories.
Take a look at these photos and continue to pray for this team of Haitians, Americans and Canadians and the next steps to make this a lasting ministry in the Caribbean. All photos are taken by Eleah Warhol.
Thank you for allowing us to empower these amazing people for the Kingdom! Hurrah for clean water!
2 thoughts on “La Ganove Island”
These are great pictures. I am sorry I missed you at COTA. My prayers are with you. May God bless and keep you.