Arriving at our stateside hotel at 1am on our way to Haiti just to have to awake at 5am to catch our departing flight to Haiti.
Flying on those cramped, noisy turboprop planes from the US to Haiti.
Being greeted by hot and humId weather at the Cap-Haitian airport.
Meeting on the roof in the evenings at Dantus' house to share how God revealed Himself and what touched our hearts that day.
Eating local food prepared by cooks at Dantus' house.
Dodging huge potholes in the roads to the Lambert campus.
Visiting the Citadel and riding back to Dantus' house in a tap-tap.
Searching for a location in Cap-Haitian that has a TV capable of showing the WSU basketball tournament games while sipping on a cool drink.
Listening to Sam preaching at the Lambert campus church and watching the audience clap and smile.
Shedding tears as our plane takes off from the Cap-Haitian airport to return home.
I’ve known Sam for 11 years. My family and I used to travel from TX to Wichita to visit relatives and I’d always be curious when we drove by the InterFaith office on Market Street. I wondered what that organization did. Little did I know back in the 90s that fate would land me a job at InterFaith one day, where I’d meet Sam Muyskens (then Executive Director of InterFaith Ministries). Sam has become a friend and a mentor to me. My life is richer for being able to work with him and learn from him. He is a jewel of a human being