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Blessings from Shrewsbury…

September 19-24, 2013  A Haitian Creole Proverb… “Sa ki nan men ou, se li ki pa ou.”  “That which is in your hand, is yours.”   We are so very thankful for desperately needed supplies donated to us by our friends and partners in the States. Recently, we received a huge 40-foot[…]

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Feeding the Hungry…

September 11-18, 2013 A Creole Proverb… “Manje kwit pa gen okenn mèt…” “Cooked food has no master…” Once the food is cooked, it belongs to everyone.   These little children from the village of old Le Tant are enjoying a hot nutritious meal, thanks to our Love A Child partners[…]

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Update on the Marketplace…

September 1-10, 2013 Give a man a fish, feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, feed him for a lifetime.    Or teach a man a job skill and he can care for himself and his family. Teaching Haitians to help themselves… Love A Child is building[…]

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Blessings in the Village of Cotin…

August 26-31, 2013 A Haitian Creole Proverb: “Tout sa ou pa konnen pi gran pase ou.” “All that you do not know is greater than you.”  It really means, “Now unto Him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in[…]

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Healing the Sick…

August 19-25, 2013 A Haitian Creole Proverb: “Se lè ou pase maladi ou konnen remèd.” “It’s after the sickness, you know the medicine.” Today, we want to show you how we conduct our Mobile Medical Clinics to the “regions beyond.” We travel very dangerous terrain to treat the poorest of the[…]