Category: Haiti

Not Goodbye

The leadership council always tells us that with everything, there is a beginning and an end. But they also tell us there is no goodbye. For at least some of us, it is see you later.  But that never makes it any easier. As we have done every trip, we begin by doing a Jericho […]

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Coconuts

This morning we returned to the nursing home where we planted trees yesterday. If you read yesterday’s blog, you already know about our Beast Mode – AnnaLee.  You also heard about the resident in the pink nightgown who was helping. Thought I would give you a picture of the two together. Both of them impressed […]

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Hard Labor

Today we got a taste of hard labor in Haiti.  We had been asked to work at a plantation farm that supports widows.  It turns out, it is at the nursing home facility that we had visited in the past.  The plantation farm was a freshly plowed field that had a few trees, but not […]

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Sunday in Haiti

This morning I got to catch part of the Faith Promise message before leaving for church in Haiti. It is silly, but we take great pleasure in knowing that anyone who looks at the map of viewers currently online will see us. Even though we are away, our church provides a way for us to […]

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Haiti – Day One

Today was our first full day in La Croix, and the first opportunity for the team to see their new surroundings in the light of day. We started our day sitting down with the leadership council and getting to know each other.  A few familiar faces, and some new faces.  We have a new trip […]

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