True North is awesome. We are set up to be able to house 34 team members, we’ve got showers and bathrooms on board. We also have a full galley with two chefs who travel with us and prepare breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
We have great space for team building, community building, we also have space for people to just be able to sit and watch the beauty of Haiti unfold around them. It truly is a floating campus in every sense of the word and an excellent place for life transformation to occur.
The thing I like about doing the boat is that it gives us the opportunity to bring teams to outlying areas that are difficult to access by ground and we’re able to deliver medical care to people in villages that ordinarily don’t have the opportunity to receive regular medical care.
One of the beautiful things about true north is that it allows us to come along side our partners here in Haiti and serve them. We recently had the opportunity to work with a partner who in their particular village had not had a team come in 15 years. And our partner said with tears in her eyes how grateful and thankful she was for a team that was willing to come, and what a miracle this vessel was to bring life transformation to the people in her community.
True North offers an opportunity for Mission of Hope to be able to go into communities and make a very positive difference and I would encourage medical professionals, people who were interested and had gifts in construction, and those who wanted to help spread the love of God to come along and to experience True North as another way for us to be able to enter a community and share and to have that community have an important impact on our lives as well.
True North, is a tool to bring hope, it’s a tool to bring instruments of life transformation to those villages who desperately need to hear the gospel of Jesus Christ. There are so many chapters that are yet unwritten here on True North and I’m excited to see how the Lord is going to use her for the good of His people and the glory of His name.