It’s funny how a little break from the action can really rest the soul, mind and body. I should try that more often down here. We rented a van to go up to the mountains with the team and Harry. The destination was the Haiti Baptist Mission founded around 1947. An incredible drive and a beautiful area. It is due south of Port au Prince way up at the top of a mountain range in an area called Fermathe. The temps are at least 20 degrees lower up there so it was a nice change from the hot, hot heat down in Tabarre. Starting tomorrow the team will be lead by Pastor Brent and they will do some final touches around the school and help Pastor Harry with some things that need to be done at the church. I will return eraly to attend to some personal stuff. I am so fortunate to have Brent as part of GMSM. He is a seasoned vet in the mission field and very comfortable with team work. Plus Brent and Daniel both know the game down here. Harry will also guide them every step of the way. I’ve never been in a position to have some one take the helm and I am excited for them. Over the years we have gotten the situation so dialed in down here that we have many people looking after us. The whole team is comfortable with the change and it allows me a certain freedom that I have not had in the past. I would not leave this in any other hands but Brent Allen. Please continue to pray for the team as they approach the last two days. They are a wonderful team. God always gives us good teams to work with and it makes a big differance on how the trip goes. Brent will be the guest blogger and picture taker for the next two days. Praise God from whom all blessings flow.