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Jameson… “Looks Like a Professor!”

We first discovered this sweetie when his mother brought him to us from a village across from “Old Letant.” His mother had brought him to our old Clinic because he had sores all over him, in his eyes, and he was the most miserable little boy in the world. He[…]

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Progress Going Forward!

Today, Bryon, Mark, Joker, and Philimond are erecting our huge emergency diesel tank we just had made! These are hard days in Haiti. There’s always a fuel, gas, or diesel shortage… or fuel trucks can’t get through to deliver. We decided to have a backup diesel fuel supply tank always[…]

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Latest Haiti Update

Please pray… Today, Casimi cannot come with our 40-foot container of food. He cannot make it through all the gunfire. We now have several Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) containers backed up in customs which we cannot pull out because of the danger on the road. The late fees are[…]

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Word from the Mission Field

Be not weary… “But ye, brethren, be not weary in well doing.” 2 Thessalonians 3:13 “And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.” Galatians 6:9 I know some of you reading this may be a missionary. You are weary, tired, and maybe even feel like giving up.[…]

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Sarah… She’s Got Her Own “Beauty Shop” Going On!

Sarah and her brother, Joseph, both had severe malnutrition when they were brought to us. After a while, both outgrew their malnutrition. Both attended school, and now Joseph is studying to be a mechanic, and Sarah is studying to be a beautician. When Sarah first chose a college profession, it[…]

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Haiti Update

If someone does not rescue Haiti from the gangs, the violence, and the political and economic turmoil I don’t know what is going to happen to the precious children and people of Haiti. When you cannot travel down the road in the major areas of Haiti without having fear of[…]

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“In Good Hands…”

There’s a song that says, “I’m in Good Hands…” This is the story of Madamn Gertha, a poor mother who lost three children due to being in a poor village with no hospital and finding out that, she “was in Good Hands,” all along… Madamn Gertha had worked very hard[…]

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Word from the Mission Field

“Don’t Settle for Something Less” We have all done it sometime in our life. Maybe it catches you at a “down moment” or you are just “tired of the fight.” It may happen right after an accident, for which you were not at fault, but the insurance guy is right there at your[…]

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Our Sweet Hannah… “She’s a Little Doll!”

Hannah Jean Jules was born in the mountains of Demesseau, Haiti, where we had built a Church and School, many years ago. Hannah’s mother died when she was a baby and nothing at all is known about her father. Hannah, like most of our children, was underweight, small, and had[…]

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