Latest News From Haiti
04-20-2018 - 7:00 PM
This cutie is Mackenson. We found him in the village of Covant while conducting a Mobile Medical Clinic. He was severely malnourished, and the skin on his little arms was splitting open. He would have died if we had not brought him back to our Love A Child Children’s Home. We made sure he received three hot, nourishing meals each day along with lots of hugs. He has been with us for about five years and was doing very well. He was going to school and learning to read and write. A few months ago, he left for school and while there he had a stroke. He was taken to the Jesus Healing Center, and our medical staff stabilized his condition, and then he was transferred to a hospital for additional medical treatment. He was there for a week or so and then came back home and has been receiving physical therapy since his hospital stay.
We are thrilled to let you know that he is now walking and talking! He has also started to use his arm again, but he still has a long road ahead of him! He will continue to receive physical therapy at a hospital in Port-au-Prince each week. We continue to see daily improvements. He has started going back to school and is doing “what he can.” Thank you, partners, for changing lives in Haiti. Bobby and Sherry
04-20-2018 - 1:51 PM
When God blesses us, He expects us to share with others. God may speak to you to give to someone who is not a Christian, or someone who is a Christian, but He always wants us to bless those who are doing good. We share our food with 92 other organizations that are feeding children, just as we are. We do this on a monthly basis with other missionaries. These children are being cared for by TLC Barefoot School. God bless you. Sherry
04-20-2018 - 8:35 AM
As you may remember, Alvin Jonsley was brought to our Jesus Healing Center months ago, with his eye “bulging out.” We had scans done and found out that he had a large tumor near his brain, which reached all the way to his eyes. We found a hospital and some wonderful doctors to take care of him, and he had surgery, but they could not remove the entire tumor, as it would have cost him the sight of his other eye. We just found out that he will be in the States for chemotherapy for a year. His cancer has spread to his spine. While there, he is enrolled in a school program. Please continue to pray for Alvin Jonsley. Bobby and Sherry