Posted on January 14, 2019 Pineapples of Gratitude
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‘‘And a poor widow came and put in two small copper coins, which amount to a cent’’, Mark 12:42.

Dear Loved Ones,

Blessed 2019 greetings to every one of you. 12:30 PM this Friday January 11, 2019, a knock at our door. I asked who is there.  It is me. Who me? Silence. I went to open the door to find this young man, Bel Adelin, a third-year agriculture student at our university. He had a black plastic bag in his hands.  He said to me that he has a small pineapple and yam garden in his village of Mount Organize.

Mount Organize is way up in the mountains in Northern Haiti. It was on those deep mountains that the eye clinic car rolled backward before flipping over with its four wheels upside down.

Bel Adelin said that he has asked God to bless his fruits so that he can offer the first best ones to the Nzunga family. Why, I asked him. He said that without your financial support, the university would have long time ago kicked me out. Thank you that I am still here. Please have this bag of pineapples and enjoy. Then he left while I was speechless.  

Kihomi and I are going to enjoy those pineapples on your behalf. Those pineapples are really the fruits of your love and your support.

Please receive Bel Adelin thanksgivings and the gratitude’s of the many you will never see or hear from who have benefited from your love.

In Haiti,

Nzunga & Kihomi

Dear supporters,


I have written many times about the importance of education in the 3rd world.  I have written many times how much Nzunga and Kihomi are revered by the many they have influenced.  I have written many times about how this is all possible by your support.  I am very happy to tell you that my plea for their support to improve was answered over this last quarter of the calendar year and the first quarter of our fiscal year.  Not all of Decembers numbers are available yet but I can tell that is going to be one of the best 3 month we have ever had by what has come in so far.  In addition, your response to our urgent appeal to keep Daniel Florica in school after the tragedy of losing her mother in such a horrific way has also been very gratifying.   You really care and respond.  Jesus said those who love me will keep my commandments.  Loving your neighbor was at the top of the list.  Thank You.  Thank you.  Thank you.


Blessings to you all,


Denny Shewell – MPT Communications Advocate & Convener


Diana Peysha – Prayer Advocate

Terry Bivens – Missions Involvement Energizer

Les Roberson – Specific Needs Advocate

Charles Newman – Financial Advocate