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Word from the Mission Field

“Stop crying. Something better is on the way!” In 1st Samuel 16:1, the Lord speaks to the Prophet Samuel. Samuel was the Prophet of God who had anointed Saul as King. But now Saul has disobeyed the Lord time and time again, and the Spirit of God has lifted from[…]

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She Was Made To Dance!

Ginyia… The Haitian spelling is Djinia. This cute little 9-year-old has a lot of talent. Either one or both of her parents were Dominican. Her mother died during a C-section, and her father abandoned her and left for the Dominican Republic. He never returned. She was being raised by her 17-year-old cousin,[…]

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George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation

We are thankful to God for all his blessings this year. We are thankful to so many of you who have stood by us blessing the poor of Haiti. George Washington was our first President and was a Christian. On October 3, 1789, the President of the United States, George Washington gave[…]

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LAC TV Program “Refuge and Strength” Begins Friday!

Thousands of families lost their homes in last year’s devastating earthquake. Since then, they have had to scrounge together leftover rubble to construct makeshift shelters. These homes provide their children minimal protection from the rain and mud; they have survived this way for months, with no hope in sight. Love[…]

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Word from the Mission Field

We are thankful this day! “O give thanks unto the Lord, for he is good: for his mercy endureth for ever.” Psalm 107:1 “Let us come before his presence with thanksgiving, and make a joyful noise unto him with psalms. For the Lord is a great God, and a great King above[…]

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Samuel, the Drummer…

We have “two Samuels” at the Love A Child Children’s Home… The kids call him “Gwo Samuel” or big Samuel. Samuel came from the mountains of Greffiin, Haiti, where we have another mountain school. His father was a poor farmer. His mother died during childbirth. And, his father had a[…]

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The Dangers of Childbirth in Haiti…

In Haiti, there are several ways of having a baby… for the poor women in the mountains; they may have a midwife or a matron in their village. Some even give birth by themselves, which often results in death. Even the midwives are not experienced when there is an emergency,[…]

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Word from the Mission Field

“How to be Blessed and Stay Blessed!” “He that hath a ‘bountiful eye’ shall be blessed; for he giveth of ‘his bread’ to the poor.” Proverbs 22:9 I always wondered what a “bountiful eye” was… and then, the Lord revealed to me that a “bountiful eye” is someone that is always looking[…]

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Zoey… “She’s a Wrapper… Not a Rapper!”

Zoey is three and she has already learned how to “wrap” Poppie Bobby around her little finger! It is hard to think that, even in a poor country, a mother would throw away a baby, leaving it on a dirt road for someone to find. But, that’s what happened. Zoey’s[…]

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Living in Haiti Without Electricity

Sherry and I moved to Haiti on July 1st, 1991… In September of that year, a coup happened to overthrow President Aristide. For almost three years, Sherry and I lived by candlelight because we could never afford an inverter and batteries to produce light at night. Now here we are[…]

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