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Back to School After the Holidays

With the holidays over, it’s time for our Haitian children to go back to school. Every child, including little Zachary, will be ready to go. For the little boys, they get hair shaved off… completely! Everyone is busy making sure their uniforms are ready to go, and Widelene just went[…]

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Word from the Mission Field

“Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.” Matthew 5:16 People see the light of Jesus in our lives. We help and bless the poor, and we glorify our Father in heaven. Let the Lord use[…]

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Kidney “Little Thorn!”

With 85 plus kids, raising all these kids in an orphanage in Haiti has been quite a ride… But, it is so amazing to see what they want to do with their lives when they graduate. Kidney just started his first year in college in September. Kidney and his brother[…]

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Update on Djonsly

We have been in contact with a congressman to help us with Djonsly’s Visa. It has now become an Emergency Visa, as Djonsly is not doing well. Our Haitian Doctor, Dr. Barthelemy is making contact with him and his mother right now. We are asking everyone to pray, that we[…]

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Word from the Mission Field

“The Hand Wide Open.” When you were a child, do you remember someone asking you to guess which hand had the coin in it? They would squeeze their hands so tight you could never tell which hand, was the “good one.” When the children of Israel came forth after many years, into the[…]

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Farmer John’s… Story of a Woman Running a Small Business

Farmer John: Sustainability   We are so proud of Farmer John who has his butcher shop inside our Love A Child  Gwo Maché Mirak market. He has the best meat in Haiti!  Farmer John’s butcher shop is a blessing to many people in Haiti… plus jobs! Read his story of[…]

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Noah… He Isn’t “Little Noah” Anymore! 

Just look at Noah! Big smile on his face, and he is very confident in himself!! It is hard, so hard to imagine this sweet, sweet Noah was “thrown away” in front of our gate. He laid there in the bushes, crying, and our security guards were afraid to pick[…]

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Happy New Year!

New Year’s is the biggest holiday of the year for all Haitians. They all believe with great faith, that “this year will be better than last year,” and with all the violence and the gangs, the Haitian people are hopeful! Our sweet children made these New Year’s signs to say[…]

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Word from the Mission Field

The Midnight Hour… When you are going through a trial, doesn’t it always seem that “something happens at the midnight hour?” The children of Israel had been in bondage in Egypt for 400 years and God had promised to set them free. After many plagues and lots of “demanding to[…]

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Pumpkin Soup!

New Year’s in Haiti… Pumpkin Soup!!! On New Year’s Day in Haiti, it is a big celebration! It is usually just as big, if not bigger, than Christmas. Many Haitians cannot afford Christmas gifts, but everyone saves their money to have Soup Joumou, or Pumpkin Soup! It is a day[…]

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