We have spent much time over the last couple of years building up our team here in Haiti. We have been organizing and training. We have been empowering, embracing, and releasing them for ministry. These aren’t empty words. We don’t have gophers, or even employees, but fellow team mates. RMI can only accomplish great things for the Lord because of these 29 servants (this number of course does not include our missionary staff, that I am also grateful for). Our capacity here in Haiti has grown exponentially. We are now able to handle multiple endeavors every day. Vehicle maintenance, deliveries, financial oversight, SCP and HFK accountability visits by monitors, project facilitation, bank runs, tons of administration, US church team visits, communications, hospitality logistics, all being done well and happening concurrently every day. Why can we do this? Only because of our trusted team. I believe in them. Yet, we want to do more and we want to do it better. I am always talking about quantity AND quality. I have no desire to do the first without the second. We deeply believe in what we do, so we want to do more of it and we want to do it right. Of course, if we aren’t careful, we will kill ourselves in the process. I and my current team are simply blitzed with the work. We are fatigued and we need help. We have gotten so much more efficient and effective, but we just can’t handle everything. Therefore, we are bringing on more team members. We are so excited for their arrival. Here they are… Pierre Rony, Manno and Frantz (Left to Right).