Rev. Pastor Josue Octeus
Monday, August 26, 2013
The Construction of the temple in Dinise is on progress. God has revealed so gracious the people of this community that not only we are building a school for the children to receive the bread of instruction, we also are building a temple for them to worship the living God.
We are not alone on this journey, Our Lord is with us. He has called His precious children from the Second Baptist Church and Points on the Wheel of Missouri to be behind of School. We are so happy to announce that before the school started in Haiti, we will be able to post the school of Dinise with a roof just because the generous supports of Second Baptist Church and Samaritan's Heart. We are praising God for this strong partnership!
At the other hand, another church from Korea, the Presbyterian Church of Koerea (PCK) to support the costs for the temple.
A great thanks to our donors, but all the glory is to God who makes it happened!
If you belong to the living God and have money, please come and let's make a difference in remote areas of Haiti. Together, we can preach the gospel of Jesus Christ in a practical way. Yes, together,we can impact lives and gain them for Jesus.
With temple and school for the new generation of the community of Dinise, I see the dream of God for Dinise about to come true! Together, we can!
Samaritan's Heart's goal is to pursue community development in the very remote communities in Haiti. For example: Dinise
The executive director of Samaritan's Heart started meeting with the people in the community to cast vision. Our goal is to open their eyes on the problems of the community and let them reflect about how to solve these problems. In the very first meeting, they identify some of their problems and arrange them by priority. It was amazing to see people who are so isolated and harmed by the poverty they are seen even not being able to get any idea of what is happening around them. And they could identify the very needs of the community and talking about what they can do, not the government, to get these problems solved.
Other meetings are planned for the very next time I will visit this community. I just can't wait to go back and meet with these precious people.