Mme Celisa is responsible for the Lemuel House kitchen. She makes lunch during the week for the admin office staff. She loves learning new recipes, and has quickly mastered quite a variety. Today, Krischelle’s mom, Jane–who is visiting for the week–showed her how to make Shepherd’s Pie with ingredients from the local market. It was…

Today, Lemuel co-founder Gigi Muchmore showed the kindergarten teachers how to make a good batch of playdough. Every Tuesday, Judy prepares some kind of training for the kindergarten ladies. These girls are motivated, hard-working, kind-hearted, and always eager to learn new things they can apply in the classroom. Even more, they are a great group…

In the campus office: After the day’s work is done, Dadithe (R) and Mme Dieufort work on sewing projects… Over the summer, Dadithe–our campus manager–pulled three ladies into her staff who Lemuel may never have been able to reach otherwise. She has been investing heavily into them, and they have become a great team. They…

Sorry for another vehicle picture, but…well, we look at our vehicles a lot. The Ford water truck has its new tires, and was supposed to go for water today. Unfortunately, when Wenson was verifying the state of the vehicle, he discovered that the right, rear leaf spring was broken. This despite the fact that it…

A final example of God’s faithfulness comes as we turn the corner from 2018 into 2019… 2018 was a rough year in terms of financial resources. As we started the new work year in September, we found ourselves forced to examine every activity and count every penny.  This turned into a great learning experience for…

Lemuel reaches out to the community in many ways.  But, in all we do, we are looking for those trustworthy people.  People who put true faith in Jesus.  People wanting to be discipled and to grow.  People who then desire to take what has been invested in them and invest it in others. Modelene and…

People are both what we will leave behind on this earth and what will endure beyond time into eternity. Last year, Lemuel experienced a lot of growth, and God provided for some exciting projects, such as the well and the school construction. This year, the Lord has laid it on our hearts to slow down…

  Phew, everybody!  I do apologize for the delay in getting a blog post up these days.  For one thing, the internet (need I say more?).  For another, there’s been a lot going on as we close another school/work year. So let me catch you up on what’s been going on as we wrap up:…

One of the men pictured above is Sebyen.  Sebyen wasn’t expected to really go very far in life.  He is fully functional, but mentally slow.  There is no specialized help for people with mental disabilities out where we live, so most of them are cared for by their families, but also generally laughed at and…

  One day, I received a letter in my office addressed to the Lemuel administration.  It was from a man in Anse-Rouge, asking for work.  We receive many, many letters from individuals and local groups asking for help.  Unfortunately, we cannot help everybody.  We were not looking to hire anyone else at the time, so…

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