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As you know, on Monday Sherry’s covid test came back positive. She had no symptoms and was feeling well. My test came back negative. This stopped our trip going back to Haiti. Today we went to a different doctor for Sherry’s “retest.” PTL! Her covid test came back negative!!! Her[…]

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“Food and Love” – Joel’s Story

Haitian children who live in the mountains of Haiti and other poor villages do not get the love and affection that the majority of our children in the States receive. The reason is that life is so tough, so rugged and fathers and mothers are forced to work hard just[…]

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Word from the Mission Field

“Hiding Under the Table” There are all kinds of “phobias” in the world. I believe that sometimes it is an evil spirit that has someone bound by a particular “phobia.” There are people in the world that don’t ever want to leave “their little corner.” This goes for Christians too. They[…]

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The Quiet Twin

Mika Georges is now 14 years old. She is the “quiet side” of a set of twins. Her sister is Mikalange. She loves working in the kitchen and preparing food. She loves sports, but she “really loves music.” She is learning the keyboard, and one day soon, she will be[…]

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Five Firemen, Two Firetrucks, and a New Recipe

Well, today, Sherry and I were supposed to be on our way to Haiti, but as some of you know, we had to do the Covid test before flying. Sherry’s test came out positive. She was not feeling sick or anything, but we were “grounded.” We have a little place[…]

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Update on the Gabion Houses

Everyone is working very hard building the Gabion houses for those who lost everything in the earthquake. What I love about the Gabion house is that it’s about all built from local materials and all local labor. Haiti has an 85% unemployment and things are much harder now since the[…]

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Word from the Mission Field

“But when thou makes a feast, call the poor, the maimed, the lame, the blind: And thou shalt be blessed; for they cannot recompense thee: for thou shalt be recompensed at the resurrection of the just.” Luke 14:13-14 Our greatest blessings come on us when we give to those who cannot give[…]

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We had been so excited about returning to Haiti after our family Thanksgiving vacation. We promised all our kids in our Love A Child Children’s Home that when we came back that “Christmas presents” would be coming with us! (Smile.) We had never seen the boys, especially, on such good behavior! They picked[…]

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Hannah the Helper

Hannah, also known as Anna, is quite a young lady. Anna turned 17 in September. She is now in the 10th grade. She loves to sing and has a beautiful voice. The beautiful thing about her is that she loves to help people. She is always “looking for work” and wanting[…]

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“The Story of Baby Vil”

Kensly Vil, a little baby about a year old, is from the village of Bwaleje. He is with his mother, Rosemitha Sama. His father is Jeral Vil. Madamn Rosemitha used to do some small things to make money, like selling oil in small cans and selling small cans of rice[…]

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