Kihomi and Nzunga serve as a vital link between International Ministries and the Haitian Baptist Convention. They preach in churches and serve through a variety of ministries. Nzunga teaches theology at the Christian University of Northern Haiti … He manages the goat and pig projects for children, the clean water project for communities and the Cap-Haitian Eye Clinic. Kihomi works in counseling, women’s health, community health evangelism and economic development …
They write – Dear Loved Ones, Greeting and may God bless your summer wherever you are now. In the photo we have the picture of Emmanuel Guerrier. 5 years ago, I taught Emmanuel Geurrier when she was in her freshman year. One day I asked her to explain something to the whole class. This girl got up, went to the front of class and demanded the attention of her classmates as if she were a teacher of that class. She spoke very well-much better than I could explain.
Since that time, I said to myself that this girl can have a future in the academic world, but the authorities here pay little attention to her. Emmanuel Guerrier speaks French fluently compare to many of her classmates. Since that time, I have closely followed her progress in her studies of agronomy science. From time to time I would meet and encourage her to aim high.
Before I presented my idea of working with her as my assistant in my Freshman class, her dean, the dean of the school of Agronomy, asked her to assistant him in agronomy classes. My prayers have been answered and my dream has come true. Emmanuel has now joined the rang of female professors who rightly deserve to be teaching in higher level because of their merits. She presented and defended an excellent Bachelor Thesis on the production of Honey. For two years, she was involved in studying how to raise honeybees and produce honey of high quality. The sample we all tasted was of high quality.
Emmanuel Guerrier has gone now from “my student to my colleague professor”. All praises and glories to God who uses us all as his instruments. Thank you all for your love, your support and your prayers. We deeply appreciate your letters, your cards and your emails. They energize us to continue doing what God has sent us to do in Haiti.