News for Thursday

  • Romial went to be with Jesus this morning.  No more pain, no more abuse, no more neglect, no more of this world.  He is in the arms of Jesus, and for that we are thankful.
  • Check out this post on the Livesay blog.  We can all take a few minutes to write our Senators and/or house reps to get this bill passed to help those adopted children that left Haiti on humanitarian parole.  This is important for so many families. 
  • They put a new bridge in the Cazale river.  It is not working out well and it already flooded over the top last night without even a big rain.  Not good for Cazale and RHFH that lives right in front of the river.
  • We have many teams and people coming in the next few months.  Please pray for us and for the people coming to RHFH.
  • We are stuck at $780.oo on our fund-raising for the vehicle for our family.  We knew this would be a hard thing to raise funds for.  Please consider giving towards this need.  It is something we have needed for years but just have not been able to purchase with our salary.  The family is growing and it is becoming more difficult to get to where we need to go.  If you have any questions please contact us at
  • working on updating over 100 school sponsorship children

6 Responses to News for Thursday

  1. Christina says:

    Crying for Romial and all the children in the world just like him. My heart is so broken.

  2. julie says:

    so heavy and yet so hopeful. praying so much for your hearts to have courage as you face another day today. As we, too, are praying and praying for a larger vehicle we will be praying for you as well. Here in Naples we can (almost) get away with packing 7 people into a sedan, but there’s no way we could do 8 with a clear conscience. . . .and certainly no way in the states.

    He WILL provide.

  3. robyn says:

    im glad that romial was able to be somewhere comfortable and feeling love when it came his time to go

  4. Bekki says:

    Sad that death is a relief for a child. Who is in charge of the bridge? Even I could see that the piles of rock in the river would wash down and clog the openings. Honestly. Thanks for the reminder about the vehicle fund. keep reminding us – it will come!
    Take care of yourself and those too-cute sons, handsome hubby, and still-baking daughter! Love ya!

  5. Dee Pring says:

    Praying for you and your staff today. Romial is in a MUCH better place. Thank you for being there for him, for loving him,and for allowing us to love him too.

    Betor Vehicle fund: Romial and and all the other things you do are EXACTLY the reason your family NEEDS a vehicle to get away and recharge. What you do DAILY, is so intense: physically, spiritually, and emotionally. Our family still has “your jar” by the door. Whenever we go “on the road” your jar gets the same amount of gas money as our car does. It’s adding up! We have committed to do this until you get your vehicle. So even though it doesn’t show yet, your fund IS increasing. How many other families out there have a “Betor Jar”? We’ll be hitting the paypal button soon!

  6. Beth says:

    Hi, I just came across your blog the other day – wow, it gives such great insight into where you are and what youre doing with all the photos. I felt compelled to blog about the sad loss yesterday. I linked to your blog and twitter feed. I dont get many readers but maybe some will be moved to help you with your work.

    God bless you and your beautiful family, and all the beautiful families you help!

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