Monthly Archives: October 2010

Bethesda Medical Clinic

We have just started a new facebook page for the clinic so you can be kept up to date with what goes on day by day in the clinic. Here is the link below www.facebook.com/BethesdaMedicalCenterHaiti

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Port au Prince trip

On Thursday morning the 14th October, three missionaries, four member of staff at the seminarary and eight of the students took the 8 hours journey down to Port au Prince. Thankfully they have been working on the road and the last four hours … Continue reading

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Cholera

I am sure everyone has heard on the news about the Cholera outbreak in Haiti. The outbreak of Cholera is mainly confined to the central plateau that is between Saint Marc and Gonaives. So far there have been reports of … Continue reading

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Baby Cosslett

Baby Cosslett is growing fast and becoming very active (especially at night – hope that changes!). As we mentioned in our newsletter, Nisha has nick-named him/her ‘Spotty’ and is really looking forward to having a baby in the house to … Continue reading

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Jesus

We would like to introduce you to Jesús – one of the older street boys (early 20‘s) who attend the drop-in centre. He asked if you could pray for him. He shared with me some of his story. He was … Continue reading

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The Unpredictable World of Education

This is always an encouraging point to reach. We’re half way through the first term of the academic year, and there’s the promise of a few days’ holiday just one week from now, the only doubt being that the government … Continue reading

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Praise The Lord!!

Last weekend we were on a 4 day evangelism/church encouargement trip to Diquini, Port au Prince. Diquini is the area where OMS were running medical clinics after the earthquake and as a result hundreds of people became christians. After that … Continue reading

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10 months Today

Joshua and Abigail are 10 months today so we thought you might like some photos of them!! Both are now crawling!! Abigail is pulling herself up on chairs and anything she can find!! They are both getting more teeth. Joshua’s … Continue reading

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Resident VISA

Last week we went to the immigration office to submit our papers for residency. We had to take the twins with us! We arrived and went to the counter where it said ‘Foreigners Applications’. Mozambicans do not believe in orderly … Continue reading

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House Warming &/or Cooling

We have moved!!!Yippee!! It is so good to be in our own house!! We moved on Friday night as during the day it was 40 degrees and very hot at night so we decided to make use of the air … Continue reading

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