Today was a long full day. I attended music class again with Erin,one of the interns. At 10:00 we went to VBS and stayed until lunch time. There were about 100 kids at the VBS. In the afternoon we rested and watched Toy Story 2. We played soccer around the mission for a while in the afternoon and went to deliver food down in the town again. After dinner, Mike and I played in a volleyball tournament. I will admit that it was probably the most unconventional volleyball tournament ever, but never the less, our team did win. We had very poor lighting, sketchy boundaries and several hazards like trees, walls, and bushes with thorns to contend with. Tomorrow a large part of the group will be leaving to go out to the Far West so it won't be quite as busy around the campus. We are looking forward to going to VBS several days this week. Tomorrow, Mike will be visiting the orphanage in Port-au-Paix. He has been checking out a lot of the different options available for ministry for when he leads the LCA group in next year.
We did want to ask for prayers. Our adoption process is currently waiting on Kerwin's Haitian passport to be processed and printed. We do not know the status of our application because of our liason being out of the country. However, we do know that the passport process for adopted children has all but ground to a halt. Please pray that the LEGALLY ADOPTED children will be able to get their passports so that they can go home with their parents. There are many like us who are waiting but many are not as lucky as us because they are not with their children. Please pray for this office to begin making quick progress with these adopted children's passports.