We returned to Pelerin for the 5th time in as many years to continue construction of the church and hold bible school for the children. Sadly, no other teams have committed to working on this church in the last few years, thus it is only Indian Run who has sustained this project recently. We are very close to completion now and are awaiting a cost estimate of materials and labor to finish the work.Like last year, our team consisted of 16 missionaries. Prior to our 2018 mission, we had only ever taken 10 folks. Interest in the work we are doing in Haiti is growing as evidenced by the interest from our congregation in actively participating in this mission.We held bible school on Tues/Wed/Thurs for 100+ children. This is always well received by the community.We worshiped with the local congregation on Sunday which is always a wonderful experience. In fact, it really feels like a family reunion at this point!We visited a 95 year old man we met the year before. He lives alone in a one-room house that some local villager lets him stay in. To our surprise, he was still using the blow-up air mattress we provided the year before! It only had to be pumped up twice in that time-frame!We visited a beach in Port Salut to experience the wonder of God in Haiti.