We met here in this open classroom three to four times each day for prayer services, worship, teaching and debates. Pray that the Word that went out during this time would take root in their hearts.
We visited a local church Sunday. It was a full crowd as several other church camps were visiting there too. The visiting pastor had an excellent message for the youth. "You may have come here to get away from carnival but you can still be there in your hearts and on your phones."
The food was delicious especially because it was prepared with love by several older sisters in the church who came along. This is "Diri koulè ak kabrit", also know as colored rice with goat. We bought two goats at the local market and butchered them there.
Discussion after the evening service. Bartony, Rebecca, Wismith and Pete.
This is the Mardi Gras truck being covered for the night. Unbeknownst to us, the people living at the school we camped at were in charge of heading up the local Mardi Gras parade for the town. They spent the afternoon getting everything ready and left from the school with music blaring and girls a-glimmering. It was a bit of a culture clash, the church getting ready for the next service, the world getting ready for the next party.
We really saw the power of prayer when it returned that evening and scarcely a head turned from the church because of the intense interest in the work of the Spirit in the service. Blessed be the name of the Lord!