I'm writing to update you on the latest happenings in Caneille, Haiti, where the construction continues on the new medical clinic. Thank you to all of you who have prayed for and supported this mission. It's so exciting to see things coming together this quickly. Building this clinic can seem overwhelming at times, but God continues to send people to me with the specific abilities needed, one step at a time. This helps me remember that this is His clinic and He's the One building it!
As I write this letter, there are 4 men, 3 from Cornerstone Chapel in VA and 1 from Calvary Chapel Burbank, who are beginning the construction of the roof! This is a huge job to cover over 4300 sq.ft. of building with a raised aluminum roof that can withstand the Haitian wind & rainstorms. I just posted a video on Facebook of an interview with these guys. www.Facebook/Caneille.Haiti Medical Mission. What a blessing! God has already provided the money for the roof and to start building the road back to the clinic. Our next steps will be to complete the road, buy & install doors and windows, and "smooth" the walls (a cement texture they put on the block walls for insulation).
I am already planning the next medical mission trip: April 5-14! And, Lord willing, we will be having the clinic inside of our new building! It won't be complete, unless God provides miraculously, but it will definitely have walls and a roof! If you have questions or would like me to send you more specifics, please reply to this email.
If you would like to support Caneille.Haiti Medical Mission, you can send your tax-deductible donation to our link on the website! The email associated with the account is email@example.com
Please pray for this mission! There is still so much more to do and your prayers are keeping it going.
~Wisdom for the builders
~Safety for the workers
~God's chosen to answer the call to go
~Wisdom for the Board of Directors: myself (director), Donna Walker (CFO), and Dr. Kym Rittman (CMO)
Thank you and God bless you as you seek His will for your life,
Julie Gibbs, RN