Sunday, January 17, 2010

Sunday

Serlande. the eldest orphan, lives with diabetes, and has not been feeling well most of our trip. Yesterday, she was taken to the hospital and the doctor thought she had a stomach parasite and she was given antibiotics. We did lay hands and pray for her, but she has gotten worse during the night so she was taken back to the hospital at 5:30 am. There are no beds left in the hospital, and ill people everywhere so Karen is returning with a mattress and a pillow for her. We are going to go on one hour rotations to the hospital to hold her IV bag as there are no IV stands. Please pray for her this morning.

18 comments:

  1. Will be taking it to the church families for prayer today.
    Dad

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  2. praying for serlanda in yarmouth

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  3. We will be praying in Sandford this morning for Serlande...for God's healing touch to be on her. We will also be praying for God's continued strength to be with each of you as you continue to serve Him in every way. Love to you all. Cindy Power

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  4. Please, as each of you go to the hospital for your turn today give Serlande a big hug and kiss from Dickie and me and tell her we love her.
    We will be praying.
    God Bless
    Sandra

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  5. WE will be praying for Serlande today & for all of you...God Bless...Maria&Kate

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  6. We will be praying for her and all of you this morning in Service.

    Pastor Dave

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  7. Prayers are with Serlande from our home and guys keep safe God bless love ya all Howard

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  8. Serlande,
    How I remember you coming to the main house for your needles.Then I would take you by the hand and walk you down the driveway to your house as the stars shone all around. How I long for these hands to hold the I.V . for you.
    Did you know that God calls all these stars by name? Scitures say. He also has numbered the
    hairs on our heads. ( Not so hard in Won's case)He knew us when we were knit in our mother's womb.Jesus is coming back for us and will give us all new bodies. Then he will make a new heaven and new earth and there will be no more tears or needles.Praying for you,all in the compound and associated with HATS and all of Haiti. Love Won and Weese.

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  9. Hey old buddy old pal you come home safe.Howard

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  10. Haiti Team & all at the Compound; Just on way to church when I thought I.d look at the blog. Will notify Pastor Bill-maybe he knows already- about the condition of little Serlande. We will all have her, and all- in our prayers.
    Prayers also for safety on the journey home. John & Olive Fyfe

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  11. keeping you all in our prayers
    safe return home bill &kay

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  12. Anonymous Said: Just came from church here in Oshawa, I have been in touch with Betty and Pastor Bill, And today is praying for Serlande and for the safty of the trip home. God Bless, God is Great!
    Love in christ Marjorie and Buzz McSwain

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  13. Just letting you know we had a miracle in church. Peter Dugas got out of his wheel chair to day ..praise God he still reigns. Howard

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  14. Kevin and Mare SchneiderJanuary 17, 2010 at 4:32 PM

    hi gerry we just wanted to let u know we are praying for all of u, staystrong and full of faith. we talked to heather to day.we are checkingur blog and are thankfull for the updates. God bless u all...ps.pslams91.stay in the secret place of the most high...stay strong guy's
    Kevin and Marie

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  15. Living with two type one diabetics, tears are falling down my cheeks thinking about Serlande. I will add my prayers for her. Makes me realize how fortunate we are to live in Canada with a hospital down the road that has lots of iv stands...

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  16. haiti team,be careful be safe were thinking about you all.praying for your protection.we love you colton waiting anxiously for you to come home.mom and dad

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  17. be careful, have a safe journey home... praying for your protection.jen and gerald pottier

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  18. Be careful guys on your way to the airport . God be with you as you witness sights that are unimaginable . You have lots of support back home. They raised $4000.00 in church this am for Karen . Wonderful . Good luck .

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