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Our Sweetie Ginyia

This little sweetie is growing up fast! Ginyia is now 9 years old and going into 4th grade! (I thought she was ten, but the room mother told me she was nine.) Her chores are “babysitting little Zoey and Zachary,” cleaning her room, and anything else the moms ask her[…]

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Harvest Time!

The Agricultural Training Center guys were harvesting leafy beautiful vegetables this morning. Can you tell me which vegetables these are? Delicious! The children and everyone loves these fresh vegetables. Wilner Excil does an excellent job with his crew and students. They all have a green thumb! This land was dry[…]

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What We Are Thankful For

Widelene, one of our older girls, is in Professional Cooking School. But she is a great help to us when we are gone, watching over the children. She told them to sit down and write about “what they are thankful for,” “all the blessings and good wishes to us and[…]

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LAC TV Program “Open Thine Hand Wide” Begins Friday!

The dangers in Haiti are escalating and with the gangs controlling many major roads, there is no way to get food and supplies to those in need. Your heart will break as a mother recounts her story; she knows the pain of abandonment, loss, and hunger. Despite her struggles, she[…]

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“Whom Shall We Fear?”

There have been many times in Haiti when we had to resist the “spirit of fear.” There have been times when we were in roadblocks or driving junk vehicles up and down steep mountains, with bad breaks or bad tires… simply because we had no money to get them fixed.[…]

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Lomene’s Miracle: From a Slave to a Professional Cook

We first discovered Lomene when she was very, very young, under ten. She was in a village washing clothes by hand and cooking for a large family. We realized she was a restavek. (The word “restavek” means “to stay with.”) This is a child who would go to live with[…]

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Word from the Mission Field

“The Covenant of Salt…” In II Chronicles 13, there is a battle raging between Jeroboam, King of Israel, and Abijah, King of Judah. Jeroboam, King of Israel, was serving false gods, in addition to a “golden calf,” and an army of 800,000… not just “soldiers,” but an army of 800,000 valiant[…]

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Widlene… Another “Super Cook!”

Widlene… She has grown into a wonderful and helpful young lady. She is now 20 and in college to become a professional cook! She could not have chosen anything better! Widlene “loves to cook!” She is always making “special new dishes” for Poppie to try out. These could be meat[…]

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Giving Love on #GivingTuesday

Sherry and I have lived in Haiti for the last 31 years. Our hearts are drawn to the constant “cry of the poor” here in Haiti. Your prayers, love, and support are invaluable to our efforts. In the face of overwhelming poverty, the mission of Love A Child has taken[…]

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“Those Who Share Their Food, Never Eat Alone…”

This is a Haitian Creole Proverb… It means that “when you share your food, a time will come when you will need food, and someone will share with you…” Jesus said the same thing, in a different way… “Give, and it shall be given unto you…” – Luke 6:38 People[…]

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