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Renault Sunday School | Les Cayes, Haiti

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2 days ago

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Thank you Church of the Pines for sponsoring this week's mission flight! You all are a tremendous BLESSING!

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3 days ago

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God opened the door for Agape to make a flight into Haiti on Sunday. Things had settled down over the weekend and at the request of the missionaries in Les Cayes, we flew there with a whole plane load of cargo, which greatly helped in getting partly caught up with the backlog at the hangar. This week, as long as everything remains calm in Haiti, we plan to fly to all the other locations we serve and by doing so, get almost completely caught up with the cargo that’s been building up. Praise God!

Please pray with us for a safe flight and for the safety of the missionaries meeting the plane. May each package be a tremendous blessing to those receiving it. Thank you prayer warriors and financial partners...we appreciate you!

Here is this week's flight schedule:

Plane: N316AF

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Destination Local Time
Arrive N. Eleuthera 9:00am
Arrive Cap Haitien 1200
Arrive Port au Prince 1:30pm
Arrive Santo Domingo 4:30pm

Friday, February 22, 2019

Unload DR cargo 9:00am
Arrive Sarasota 1:30pm
Arrive Venice 2:30pm
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3 days ago

Agape Flights

Praising God for more favorable reports from missionaries in Haiti:

"On February 7, 2019 intense rioting broke out across Haiti protesting President Moise and the dramatically rising prices that have devastated already impoverished people. We’ve been monitoring the situation closely. Today, our staff was able to safely return to work and we have reports that our Home of Hope families are doing fine.

“Finally, the country has received some calm, but we want to hear the final decisions of the heads of state of the country. The traffic was painful, then every 500 meters the protesters burned tires, totally preventing the way. Fear was everywhere. We rely a lot on the help of your prayers and hope that everything will be better in the coming days.” – Abdias, LSM Haitian Staff Member

We praise God that everyone is safe and that things seem to be returning to normal in Les Cayes right now, but we know that many in the country are suffering. Please pray with us for resolutions, peace and help for this beautiful country."

- Loving Shepherd Ministries| Les Cayes, Haiti

“How wonderful to be able to go to work again on this Monday, and having all our employees there ❤
Almost normal traffic, many gas stations open, street vendors are out in the streets, BraNa and Coca-Cola making deliveries, same with Culligan. Lots of water trucks. Only thing missing was children in school uniforms.”

-Els Vervloet | Port au Prince, Haiti

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