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What Happened at 2:00 a.m.?

It was 2:00 a.m., and I heard my Haitian phone ringing. They never call unless it is an emergency. Our security guard said, “Come quickly. A baby has been left in the weeds.” This has happened to us before. Bobby and I drove down, and there in the bushes was[…]

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Word from the Mission Field

“The Secret Things” Do you ever ask God “why,” or to reveal somethings to you and He has not done it. Just as we cannot, and do not, tell our children everything (for good reasons). There are some “secret things” that belong to the Lord, and it stays that way[…]

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Everything on Her Head!

Ten-year-old Rodna is a good girl! She just came home from school and has clothes to hang on the line. A true Haitian, she carries everything on her head! This metal pan was full of wet clothes a few minutes ago, but Rodna does everything with a smile! Her parents[…]

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Four Hours on a Donkey: The Story of Baby Saintime Kettlie

There is a Creole Proverb that says, “Beyond the mountain, are more mountains…” It really means, “Beyond the problems, are more problems.” That is the case here in Haiti with poor mothers who give birth. They do not have the money to go to a hospital because they do not[…]

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The Story of Joel and Miguelson

Little Miguelson Cenat, age 4, and his brother Joel, age 5, were recently brought to our Malnutrition Center. Their father is Emmanuel, and their mother, Saint-Anne. Another woman, not their mother, brought the little boys to us, extremely malnourished. They have one more child [in their family]. They live far,[…]

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LAC TV Program “Seven Promises” Begins Friday!

This week your heart will rejoice as we feed the starving children of Tifon, Haiti. These children, who do not regularly see their bowls filled, wait patiently to eat until every child has been given a meal. Their lives filled with labor, struggle, and need have not left them broken[…]

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In Whom Shall We Trust?

Living here in Haiti during these very, very dangerous times has taught us a great lesson. When we have to get from our house to the Airport, about two hours away with traffic, it is always a “very scary ride!” Once, when we were coming back from the Airport, we[…]

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Back to Cooking School

Well, Lomene won’t give up on “Cooking School.” She was happy to get started off to Cooking School this morning. She spends three days at Cooking School and two days leading French. She first told us about her dream of becoming a Chef when she started fixing breakfast for Bobby[…]

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Update Report

Our third container with earthquake tents, tarps, and more emergency supplies came into the port over the weekend. We will have our container out of customs in the next two or three days. Nelio, our Haitian director, does wonders at the port getting our containers out. We’re having a difficult[…]

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Word from the Mission Field

The true calling of God: “Wherefore the rather, brethren, give diligence to make your calling and election sure: for if ye do these things, ye shall never fall.” 2 Peter 1:10 Here in Haiti, with all the kidnappings, shootings, gangs in control, hunger, political problems, great economic problems, fuel problems, and[…]

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