What does God see when he looks here? (Petite Anse Feeding Program)

What does God see when he looks here? (Petite Anse Feeding Program)

What does God see when He looks here? I think He sees a Pastor who is obedient to Him. I think He sees the Pastor’s wife loving kids and feeding them. I think He sees orphans caring for orphans. Braiding each others hair. I think He sees people living deeply in community. When Jesus says we should love our neighbours, this is what it looks like. Haitians are best example of this.

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Whatever we have we will share (Sarepta Project)

Whatever we have we will share (Sarepta Project)

A natural leader in her community, Madame Mark fiercely cares for the elderly each week in Haiti. She knows by name the 100 or so people who receive breakfast each Sunday morning. Several years ago, she noticed the elderly people at church were fainting during the service. Connecting the dots, it was realized many were not getting enough food to eat.

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My heart would be broken again (Sante 2000 Clinic)

My heart would be broken again (Sante 2000 Clinic)

As we drove, I couldn’t help but to think to myself what I would do if I were a parent of a child with diabetes in Haiti. This little guy was only half the size of my own son Otto, yet he is 3 years older than Otto. As he complained about being hungry and uncomfortable and his mother gripped a small piece of paper (which she cannot read) with the information explaining were she needed to go and who she needed to see. It was terribly difficult to watch.

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