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Word from the Mission Field

“Lord, when saw we thee an hungred, and fed thee? or thirsty, and gave thee drink? […] Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.” (Matthew 25:37-40) These are powerful words from our Lord. When we[…]

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Sarah’s Found Her Love

Sarah and her brother Joseph have been with us since the age of about 15 months old. Both had severe Kwashiorkor Malnutrition. Their family was extremely poor and lived up in one of the highest mountains in Haiti. That day, the Pastor of our church in that faraway mountain village[…]

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Distribution to Aged People in Baro

Love A Child continues to reach out to the hungry in the remote areas of Nippes, Haiti. On Sunday, 164 families received rice, beans and oil to feed an average of five people for the next several days. In the small village of Baro, Love A Child is not only[…]

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Food, the Greatest Crisis in Haiti…

Food is life in Haiti… but without food, Haitians face the worst crisis they have ever been in. Even though Haiti is swamped by armed gangs, kidnappings, killings, and looting, the greatest crisis is food. This picture was taken of Bobby during a Food Distribution in South Haiti, where we[…]

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Word from the Mission Field

One day of favor from the Lord!   “And Jesus increased in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man.” Luke: 2:52 One day of favor is worth a thousand days of labor. I pray this week the Lord will give you favor with God and man. God moves through man to[…]

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Dieubon… God is Good!

We were having a Mobile Clinic in Fond Parisien, and just returned from another trip to the mountains. Dr. Chester Falterman was with us. He has always been part of our life. As Dieubon’s mother brought him to us, we noticed that he was walking with “club feet.” This is[…]

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Faith in the Middle of the Fire!

Today, while you are going to church, and enjoying the praise service, the beautiful music, etc., poor Haitians are going to church, too… but, they must go through gang-related areas, and take the chance that they will be kidnapped, robbed, or killed. They have even kidnapped pastors, “while they were[…]

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Word from the Mission Field

“Crazy Faith!” An old man of God preached a sermon one time on, “How Bad Do You Want It?” Most Christians ask the Lord for something and then whine around when they don’t get it immediately, but “faith without works is dead… dead faith.” Jesus had been wearied with preaching[…]

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Pistache’s Dream

We first met Pistache (Wilner), when we were doing a Mobile Clinic. His father had brought him. Pistache was so small and “boney,” I had to pick him up and sit him on my lap. I asked his father, “How old is Pistache?” I thought that maybe he was six[…]

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Saving Little Lives

In the past two weeks, we have seen an increase in cases of malnutrition in children under two (2) years old. Some of them have Kwashiorkor malnutrition and others have Marasmus malnutrition. Hunger is becoming commonplace in Haiti. It is like a “vulture encircling Haiti!” Today’s story is about one[…]

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