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Psalm139LOVE is a ministry that strives to be the hands a​nd feet of Jesus in developing coun​tries, 

namely Haiti, providing both spiritual as well as physical nourishment to those who live on less than $2 a day.​

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Mission Trip Journal

Feb 27th - Mar 5th 2018​

(​A BIG shout out to Gail Bain for her daily commentary. It proved to be an invaluable contribution to the website. THANK YOU GAIL!)

DAY 2 - Wednesday - February 28, 2018 

VBS, Evangelism, Shade House, Market & Food Basket Assembly


Day 2 - Wednesday - The day was off to a great start!!  After breakfast we loaded up in the rental truck and "Big Red."Big Red for God is a three-wheeled motorcycle that was generously donated to Psalm139LOVE for their work in Haiti.

We drove to Monac where we had a very busy and fun filled day.  First stop, Gemel Bakery to buy some freshly baked bread. 

Love-a-Child referred Ben and Ron to our team to build a shade house for the Gras Li (His Grace) Garden in Monac (the community garden that Amanda and Wilnot previously started to feed the malnourished children.) So they got started on that project! 

Team Member Gail and her translator Diranot taught English while Team Members Yvonne, Cindy and Sandy taught the VBS. The theme was ARMOR OF GOD to the children. 

Of course it was not all work and no play.....Amanda  and Angie made PBJ sandwiches and koolaid for the kids. What a treat that was! We blew bubbles, painted fingernails, played games and just loved on every child we could for as long as we could❤

We went on prayer walks through the community handing out tracts and solar audio Bibles as well as praying over families who had special requests. We also visited one home that had a sugar cane mill that was making syrup. Then time to leave came too soon. We visited Madam Gabrielle's store and purchased rice, beans, oil, butter, garlic and onions to make food baskets. 

After dinner at the guesthouse we assembled several of the food baskets to distribute to families. For example one family Gail Bain prayed over had a very young girl maybe 14 that told us her mother had died leaving her and her 8 younger siblings. She told us her father was looking for work and it was very hard to get enough food for her family. These stories sure do tug on your heartstrings. Today many souls were won for His kingdom in Heaven.....TODAY WAS A GREAT DAY!!!!❤

DAY 1 - Tuesday - February 27, 2018 

Early Morning Flight and Arrival


Day 1 - Tuesday - Our team left Missionary Flights International in Fort Pierce, Florida, on a 1943 DC3 cargo plane at 7am with 1200 pounds of freight. We landed in Cap Haitian to clear customs then a short 12 minute flight to Pignon were we landed in a cow pasture! We were greeted by Haitan Hope. Once all the freight was unloaded and loaded, we had a long, bumpy right to the HAFF guesthouse in Bohoc. 

We finally arrived at the HAFF guesthouse in Bohoc. It has no running water and no indoor toilet.  After a tour of the 40 acre compound, we rested a bit and then had dinner while debriefing with Haitian Hope. Later, the team prepared for the next day by working on their VBS lessons and Gail Bain prepared her lessons for the next day English class. Check out all the pictures by clicking on the picture. 

Monday - February 26, 2018 

Meet & Greet 


Our team assembled in Clearwater, Florida on Monday, February 26, 2018. Everyone quickly got to know each other and then it was time to load up all the luggage and freight and drive down to Ft Pierce, Florida to Missionaries Flights International to have it all weighed and loaded on the plane. A "last supper" was shared at the Cracker Barrel and it was back to the hotel with lights out early! Wake up call comes early!!

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DAY 5 - Saturday - March 3, 2018

Team Split - Checked on 2 community Gardens with Abe Valentine and 

part team visited and ministered in Chadirac


DAY 5 - Saturday - What an amazing day!!! Our team split again today, Amanda, Angie, Ron, and Wilnot left to meet Valentine Abe to discuss agriculture ideas for Gras Li Gardens. They also drove to Cercady to check the drip irrigation system we gave last year for the community garden.

Berry THE BEST DRIVER IN ALL OF HAITI picked up our Texas team members along with Frednel and Bervens at 6am and the rest of the team (all from Texas)  drove 3 1/2 hours to Chadirac to visit and pray over Haitian friends team member Gail knew from her previous trips to Haiti.

The team saw many sights along the way never seen before. Cotton trees, yes trees about 20 feet high not bushes as in Texas. Also a big hog tied on the back of a motorcycle....this little piggy went to market!!! 🐗 Oh yes and a lady carrying a refrigerator on her head...yes I said her head. 😳

After a long morning ministering and visiting in Chadirac, the team loaded up to return to the guest house but first stopping by Jeffel Hotel for lunch of fish, goat and lamb. The team arrived back at the guesthouse just in time for supper!! 

DAY 4 - Friday - March 2, 2018

Visited Home, Land, Garden, VBS, English Class

Feminine Products Distribution, Haitian Hope Appreciation Party,

Former VooDoo Witchdoctor Testimony


Day 4 - Today Gail and Cindy took a walk in Bohoc to visit Cindy's little sponsor girl Wilande's home. We visited with her mom about the new roof she is receiving soon. She gave us a tour of her home to show us the poor shape it is in. Frednel, Bruno, Jocelyn, Jodelin, Ron and Ben went back to Monac to finish building the shade house for Gras Li Garden.

 Amanda and the remainder of the team visited the new garden in Pignon. They met the young man, Fednet, who donated land for the community. Fednet is an Agriculture student with a BIG plot of land and an even bigger heart!

He has allowed 10 families to have a Chapin Living Waters drip irrigation garden in his backyard. He knows the struggles of his people. Hope Seeds provided seeds specially formulated for this particular area and Chapin Living Waters donated the drip irrigation kits.  Because it's very difficult to farm in the dry climate Amanda and Wilnot are teaching them how to use community garden. (Thank you Doug Carlson and Bethany from Hope Seeds for supplying the needs to this community.)

See all the barren land in the picture behind Fednet? It’s all his property and he's allowing us to build MORE gardens for even MORE families! Amanda brought 20 drip tape kits that will go there . Fednet also took us next door to his nursery where he also has a compost station. Thank you Fednet for your love ,compassion , and willingness to share with the community!

Next we drove and hour and half to the community La Victorie where we met with the five families that are being provided with a new drip kit for their community garden. 

Next stop was the church where Gail and her interpreter, Dironet, taught English class for the children and adults. They were amazed how quickly they all were learning the language. Cindy, Yvonne and Sandy taught the children about the Armor of God in VBS.  Afterwards, 26 children wanted to give their lives to Jesus and follow Him. Gail  had the privilege of praying the Prayer of Salvation with them. All glory goes to God. 

Later,  Cindy handed out menstral pads to the young women that St. Ann's Catholic Church, Becky Hammond and Tammy Vander Heide made as well as panties she, Yvonne and Sandy bought. Angie and Amanda blessed the girls with dresses made by Becky Hammond and Domino's  Promise Sewing Club.

 On the way back to the HAFF guesthouse, from LaVictorie, we saw several houses of voodoo and passed out Gospel tracs along the way. Some people call it street evangelism, Gail called it "sowing and strowing" seeds....saving souls!!! LOL When we stopped near a very powerful witch doctors house, Gail jumped out of the truck and ran into the yard leaving tracks in the chair by the gate. 

As we headed back to the guesthouse we saw some unusual sights (we got a couple of pictures) including de blan (two white) guys!!! We were shocked to see Ron and Ben. They finished the shade house today!

 We arrived just in time to host the Haitian Hope Appreciation Dinner for Wilnot, Dondy, Bervens, Ebents, Jocelyn and their parents. Frednel, Jodelin and Bruno joined us as well.  Fabius and the Men's Choir of Bohoc sang for us. What a treat!! 

After dinner we met with Dabou and Nelson, two former witch doctors and listened to their amazing testimony how they are now winning souls for Christ now. We sent Haitian Gospel tracs and Jesus Storybook Bibles with them. You just never know how God will use you. What a way to end the day!!!

DAY 3 - Thursday - March 1, 2018

VBS, Prayer Walks, Praying over the sick, Food Basket Distribution, 

Bible Distribution,  Shade House, Birthday Party


DAY 3 -  Thursday - Another great day in Haiti!!  After gathering our supplies together, we headed to Cayahonde while Frednel, Diggy, Ben, and Ron went to Monac to continue their work on building the shade house for Gras Li Garden.

We began our day in the Cayhonde  meeting with the leadership council where they expressed how grateful they were for our team to be working in their community. Pastor Erivu told us a young mother heard we were coming and she brought her 6 month old baby to the church for us to pray over her for healing which we did, of course.

 Our team  then split and visited 8 homes during prayer walks where we blessed people with food baskets and prayers. One of these tiny homes, possibly 6 X 12 had 14 people living there!!! The biggest prayer requests were for larger homes, metal roofs to replace the palm leaves that leak on the dirt floors, healing for illnesses, food to eat and jobs to enable men to provide for their families. We prayed over them giving encouragement and sharing the love of Jesus. 

We walked back to the church and Yvonne, Cindy and Sandy held VBS again teaching the Armor of God while Diorno and Gail taught English to adults and children. We couldn't have done it without Angie!  She was everywhere doing everything we needed picking up the slack always. Gail told the salvation story again today with the Evangacube and more names were written the BOOK OF LIFE!!!!! PRAISE THE LORD!!  

We left the Jesus Storybook Bibles in Creole with Pastor Erivu to distribute.  After a full day in the community, we went back to Bohoc picking up the guys in Monac, who worked on the shade house. It already looks awesome. 

Before we arrived at HAFF Guesthouse we stopped by Madam Gabriel's to treat ourselves to a COLD DRINK after a long and hot day.  After dinner we threw a birthday party for Daphca 'Amanda's girl'💕 We even had a SURPRISE visit from Donny and Bervens. What a night of celebration...we ate cake, danced, acted silly, laughed so much and had so much fun!🍰🎶🎉🎶💃🎈🎶 They told us it was the best night ever❤❤❤❤❤That will make your heart smile! 

After the party we debriefed with Wilnot. Our team is blessed to have such an amazing leader to take such good care of us. Wilnot Mericer, president and founder of Haitian Hope has such determination and passion to do God's will!!  Haitian Hope is a blessing to Psalm139LOVE!! 

DAY 7 - Monday - March 5, 2018  LAST DAY


Day 7 - Words can’t express what an amazing time our team had on our recent trip to Haiti. We had over 60+ salvations which will always be our main focus as this is the heart of see the ones He created come into a relationship with Him.

My right hand Angela K Priest was with me and has been with me on many trips starting in 2008 on my first journey. She’s such and encourager and is always at the right place helping out wherever needed. She has a servants heart is willing to do anything at anytime without grumbling!

Gail Bain, who has been with me on my last trip, brought her friends Cindy Lancaster, Sandy Mullens and Yvonne King and I can’t even tell you how much love and compassion they had for everyone they came in contact with. They provided multiple food baskets , goats , a tin roof plus held VBS went on prayer walks and much more. ..they brought suitcases of presents and snacks! I haven’t laughed so hard in a long time because these ladies are hysterical!!

Yvonne and Sandy had NEVER been on a mission trip and trust me this was RAW! No running water, had to use outhouses, riding in the back of a pickup truck in the heat on extremely bumpy roads and no complaints! I think they rather enjoyed roughing it. ha ha

Ron Lusk and Ben Fry who built our Shade House in Monac were referred to me by my friend and wise counselor Rad Hazelip of Love-a-Child. They have a Charity called "Sustainable Food Production" which provides these shade houses they can be used as nurseries for veggies or chicken coops.

They chose Psalm139LOVE and Haitian Hope out of so many other organizations that are on a wait list and for that we are so blessed!!! Thank you guys for taking a chance to travel with this crazy group of ladies!!! We loved having you guys with us. Our group was in unity the entire time and we thank you for your prayers and financial support. Much was done to the Glory of God for His kingdom.

 My guys of Haitian Hope ,Mercier Wilnot, Jocelyn Azeme, St-ulysse Ebents, Bervens Berson, Dondy Alexis along with Borgella Jodelin and Brunot Jean and our translators Previlus, Diranot, Frednel, D. Antoine and Ebens dad,Pastor Erivu, it couldn’t and wouldn’t have been the same without you.

 Wilnot, your time and effort of coordinating all of the projects we planned was perfect. Thank you for your ❤️ huge heart to partner with me. I know God divinely appointed us to work together.

Now it's back to the States to begin raising funds for our future projects which will be revealed later. It's a secret!! Thank you for your financial and prayerful support. We could not do this without you!

In His Loving Kindness, Amanda (Founder Psalm139LOVE)

DAY 6- Sunday - March 4, 2018

Church and Widow's Luncheon


We had Church at MARANATHA. After church and a short break, we got ready to have The Widow's Luncheon. These ladies LOVE this time with us. We all eat, sing and some testify of God's blessings and the WE DANCE!!  It brings these ladies to life. They enjoy this fun fellowship so much. We have grown to love each one and know them by name. We get loved on by them too. It's such a sweet time of fellowship! 

Amanda Introduces "The General" 

In this video, Amanda introduces "The General" 

to our Haitian Hope partner in Haiti,  Wilnot Mercier.

 He had NO idea what The Lord has done. 

Amanda and Paul surprised him with this video!!  

Psalm139LOVE Making a Difference

Psalm139LOVE is all about making a difference in the lives of people living in very remote villages in Haiti. It is our goal to win them to Jesus and to enhance and make better living conditions for those in need. We minister to the lost, the saved, the sick, the widows, the orphans and children. If you would like to help us in our mission, we would be so grateful. 

 I will praise You; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvelous are Your works; and that my soul knows right well. 

How precious also are Your thoughts unto me, 

O God! how great is the sum of them!



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