Don’t Cry Over Spilt Beans – Forget the five second rule

Hearing a little one say, “I don’t eat that kind” at the food pantry this morning made me think of this blog post I made from Haiti about a year and a half ago. I hope God speaks to you through it.

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filling bags with beans and rice Carrie, Adam, and Diane filling gallon zip lock bags with beans and rice

Carrie, Diane, and Adam carefully filled gallon zip lock bags with beans and others with rice.  The next day we would be delivering them to the neighbors of Soul Harvest’s Haiti property.  The beans and rice came in 50-55 pound bags and they were meticulously divvying them up.  Here they paused for a photo and Pastor Todd, our host, turns around from what he was doing to join the picture.  Happy faces working on behalf of the organization ‘Happy Kids‘ in Gressier, Haiti.

spilling beans A grandmother, grandson, Marc, and I pick spilled beans from the dust.

It was a blessing to give them to the people.  Adam and I had our backpacks loaded down.  Each bag of beans and bag of rice Carrie instructed us to give away lightened our load and blessed the thankful people…

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