This guest post is from Lauren Anderson, a young mother of two who participated in the August 2014 Haiti Mission Team with our humanitarian outreach, the…Read more
If you learned you only had weeks to live, would you change the way you’ve been living?
Dramatic life changes prompt questions like this,…Read more
Our November 2013 mission team of 16 men preached the Gospel in the prisons and in the public squares, reaching hundreds with the Gospel for the first time. Many adults and children children received…Read more
This is really complicated. How can I explain what’s going through my mind when my heart is beating so hard that I can’t hear myself think?
What kind of anguish is going on in a…Read more
Chanje is the Haitian Creole word for change – for transformation. We’ve seen the Lord move so dramatically in Haiti this past year, that we’ve begun calling what we do there a “Chanje Movement.” …Read more
Five bags of rice, five boxes of chickens, one large sack of beans, salt, limes, 2 large sacks of charcoal, hot sauces, spices, garlic, potatoes, carrots, peppers, sugar, tomatoes, coconuts, matches, sugar, five…Read more
I often hear people praying that God will go with us, and while I understand their intentions, the truth is that God has been going before us and has never left us. The…Read more
It is our continued prayer for the people of Haiti to rise up and follow Christ. They need Him to restore them spiritually, and we strive alongside Haitian believers to help them take healthy…Read more