Thursday, May 20, 2010

Water for My Field in Haiti - Part 2, Day 1

During our first night at HCRM, my "field" in Haiti watered me. As I observed the orphans of HCRM (and particularly Keemberlie) during their worship time I was so very humbled. Watching children with nothing to call their own cry out to God with all their might is nothing less than life-changing. I've watched the following video dozens of times, not once with dry eyes.




7 comments:

Reese Ray said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!! How exciting!!! Im so happy for you that you and Libby got to spend time with sweet Keemberlie!!

seanp said...

That is awesome! You came to our church in Grapevine one time and I have been following your adoption journeys ever since.

fallingintofavor said...

That was so beautiful!! The children engaged in worship. I'd like to link this post to the blog that I write, if you wouldn't mind. I always wanted to adopt! I've grown up around adopted children and have always felt God placing that on my heart. Thank you for sharing your story.

The Oswalds said...

That is just awesome! So beautiful!

Debi said...

Just precious to hear their worship and awesome to see you and Libby with Keemberlie finally. What a blessing. thanks for posting!
Can't wait for you to get your little girl home. Meanwhile, you know she is being cared for and loved and taught about Jesus. I loved it when they just went "crazy" at the end with the "Amens"
Love and hugs and prayers,
Debi

Mrs. Jennifer said...

I guess I can't say you didn't warn me! Don't mind me...just sitting here, blubbering away like a baby...

Marti Pieper said...

Speechless.

But not tearless.

What a gift--to Jesus, to you, to all of us.

Lovin' these updates. Thank you sooo much!

 
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