1. Jan Ross
    March 8, 2012 @ 10:48 am

    Excellent update, Scott … God is opening key doors for you to better prepare you for your mission. I’m so thrilled to see how things are falling into place. You may not see it so much, but each connection better equips you to accomplish what you’ve set out to do. I imagine it’s quite lonely, not having people to sit around and chat with or anything pressing to keep you busy, but being there in the midst of the culture is the best way to learn, being in a position to hear from God in the midst of the culture can be the most powerful way to prepare you for the weeks and months ahead. I’m thrilled and excited for you and have a strong sense of expectation … you ain’t seen nothing yet! 🙂 Praying always for you …



  2. Week #1 in Haiti |
    March 8, 2012 @ 11:02 am

    […] Scott Ingram, Minister of Evangelism for Heart of God International, is on his first assignment in Haiti. Posting his first weekly update, he had this to say: Well, it’s been a week since I flew to Haiti, so here’s an update on my experiences here. Missionary Flights International was awesome to fly with and their entire staff have servant’s hearts. We took off from Ft. Pierce, Fl in two DC-3 airplanes. Landed almost two hours later at Exuma Island, Bahamas to re-fuel. Everyone had to get off the plane and go through security, then right back on the plane. We then landed in Cap-Haitian on the northern shore of the island, where we went through immigration and most of the people on board disembarked … (read more) […]


  3. Sylvia Marquez
    March 8, 2012 @ 9:22 pm

    Thank you for sharing your week with us. I know this lady whose daughter and son-n-law are working in an orphanage, I will giver her a call and find out more about where this place is, and perhaps you might be in the same place or you might be able to help each other somehow…God bless you….


  4. Will Britt for Fellowship Church of Grand Junction CO
    April 23, 2012 @ 2:20 pm

    I have a weird question I am trying to find an orphanage on the island of Exuma, do you know of any and what the name or contact info could be?


    • Scott Ingram
      April 24, 2012 @ 7:26 am

      Unfortunately I don’t know anything of Exuma except that we landed in the airport. Sorry I can’t help with that. Now you might contact Missionary Flights International in Ft. Pierce, FL. They are the ones who fly through there a lot, and may know someone.


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