- Back to Haiti!
- Intimately Acquainted in the States!
- A Story of Redeeming Love
- Getting Settled….sort of…
- Just Go
- With God all things are possible
- A Roar for Food.
- An answered prayer for a boy named Woot.
- One Boys Life!
- It Happened on a Saturday Afternoon
- A sweet taste or a pleasant spirit?
- With Marbles or Candy.
- My Voice
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The burden for the children continues. It’s been a difficult transition back here in the states. Fortunately, our Father gives us His spirit to lead and guide us even in the difficult times. “If you love Me, keep My commandments. … Continue reading
Wow! It’s been about eight months since I returned to America. I am deeply delighted and grateful for God’s faithfulness in my life. (Amy and me) Photo credit: Lisa Ronco Photography This update is three fold. One, to invite you … Continue reading
– Our Story – This is a love story written by God about two friends who met in September 2008 and were awakened by deep love for each other in November 2013. Turn these pages to find devotion, encouragement, transparency, … Continue reading
As most of you know, I had the privilege to live in Haiti for over two years. It has been such a wonderful and challenging experience. I lived with a team three times before taking the opportunity to live with … Continue reading
There is no reasonable explanation for what occurred in a certain neighborhood here in Haiti (It’s a place where an American can’t walk alone). We do feedings in three locations, two of which are done in an inside classroom setting. … Continue reading
For with God nothing will be impossible (Luke 1:37). The man had seen me a few times and kept asking for help. I did a short evaluation and wasn’t compelled to contribute, but then asked if he had children. He … Continue reading
On my way to my Kreole lesson on the motorcycle I had to stop because the UN was on site in the neighborhood with their weapons drawn. I stopped and was going to just turn around and go another way … Continue reading
When I walked into the hospital and didn’t see him in his usual place, I became sad. I had seen that there were some changes in the hospital including a little boy that had been dear to my heart was … Continue reading
Patrik is a little boy that I have known for some time. He once lived in one of the orphanages here. He was usually crying or upset about something when I would visit there. He was one of the first … Continue reading