We put together another ASAPH Concert for April 17th. Great musicians made the concert a success.
And in the middle of all of that, I was able to finish a couple of translation projects (and get paid for them :) ). That’s always a good thing.
On my first day back in town, I was able to speak with a man who lost his son in a motorcycle accident while I was away. Wesley was about 18. He was a former student of mine and friends with the kids at my house. Wesley was on a cycle that was hit by another cycle. It’s always a privilege for me to meet with folks here that are suffering. Sometimes they don’t get a lot of encouragement from people close to them. It’s a very tough culture in some ways. I also met with Wesley’s sister. I can’t imaging suffering a loss like that at a young age. It was a special occasion for me to offer some advice to her and listen to her story.
Haiti can be a tough place to live. We’ve had our share of funerals. But I love being here in the name of Jesus Christ. No place I’d rather be.