NOW YOU CAN LEARN HAITIAN CREOLE. Here you will have the joy of learning to speak Haitian Creole. This audio recording will provide you basic conversation skills.
Shoebox Packing Party
It is hard to believe that it’s October and our Christmas Shoebox Drive has begun! If you are planning on collecting shoeboxes, have you considered hosting a Shoebox Packing Party? […]
God Has Been Good To Us
Haiti has been in the news frequently this past school year because of problems within the country. Despite all these challenges, our Haitian pastors chose Psalm 13:6 as the verse of this school year. […]
Library Books for Haiti
In Haiti, we are dreaming and working to provide a portable library for each classroom. We want to ignite the students’ minds with easy access to information and knowledge—helping them grow in their potential for God. […]
Children's Bible Clubs
We started a Children’s Bible Club over two years ago at our church in Los Castillos, and have seen such great spiritual growth in the children who are involved. […]
What are You Doing?
In Colossians 3:23-24 we read, “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving.” […]
Globally, the greatest force for good is the local church. During this episode, Pastor Tim Anderson shares his story of traveling to train pastors in Haiti and in other countries as well. […]
Leaders' Mission Trip
This summer, we had the opportunity to take our high school Christian leadership group on a mission trip to Constanza, in the D.R., a farming town located high up in the mountains. While we were there, we hosted VBS in one of the public schools. What a great experience this was for the children who attended the VBS, and for our own leadership students! […]
How does a mother and daughter share moments of making a difference together? […]
Are You The Good Neighbor?
At the age of eleven, I moved to Haiti and lived in a remote village by the sea. While there, I learned a great deal about the value of community. I remember walking to the shoreline and helping villagers pull in the fishing net. This process was a key source of food for Haitians—and it wasn’t possible without community. […]
Filling Shoeboxes for Haiti
I’ve got that feeling of excitement to show the love of Jesus in packing a shoebox for my little boy in Haiti. Packing a shoebox gives me an opportunity not only to show love to my sponsored boy, but to also bless his family. […]
Sponsorship Helps Us All
Kate and Gloria began a relationship by writing and sending photographs back and forth when they were only five years old. Fast-forward thirteen years, and here they are. Now, both 18, and all they have known is they were two girls separated by an ocean—living in two different countries. […]
The Narrow and Wide Gate
There are two different paths and gates described in God’s Word. “Enter by the narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it. Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it.” (Matthew 7:13-14). […]
I like to look through our medical clinic monthly reports to see who is utilizing our clinic. After the 2010 earthquake, we rebuilt our new clinic in Bire—close to the main road and easily accessible to more people. […]
Influencing the next generation to have a Christian worldview starts in our homes, churches, and schools. How can we reach students in the classroom?
Back to School
The “back to school” season usually begins by preparing children with clothes and supplies to head back to school. Most children I know are not anxious about their parents being able to provide a new pair of shoes. In Haiti, when daily survival is present, buying a pair of shoes can bring extra stress into the household. […]