6am Pancakes for breakfast! 6:30am Board the truck with our supplies and travel to another Grace Intl. Campus for church 7am Haitian church service with hundreds of beautiful Haitian believers praising God with so much joy and vigor!! We were able to perform a song and Greg shared a beautiful testimony. 8am Sunday School! We … More Sunday!
Day two of the clinic started with over 60 people waiting outside by 5:30am!! The numbers only swelled from there and after all 15 of us helped get things set up, they were ready to roll in triage, the exam rooms, pharmacy and the lab. By the end of the day we had served more … More Saturday
Greetings from Haiti! Some highlights from Friday We started the medical clinic at 8am with 100 people already lined up at 6:30am!! This confirmed that the need for free care was very real and motivated us throughout the day. Our practitioners were able to see men, women and children with various ailments and then send … More First Full Day!
Bonswa! It is a beautiful evening in Haiti with temps in the 80’s and a full moon. 24 hours ago, we were experiencing something quite different. A pesky snowstorm was headed our way and we were notified that our flight was cancelled. Not only was our flight cancelled but after working with the airlines and … More Our first 24 hours
The 15 of us will be heading out this week to Haiti and hope to update from there as wi-fi allows! Our team will be working at Grace International in Carrefour, Haiti where we will be able to open up a free medical clinic with the medical professionals on our team as well as serve … More Our 2017 February Team!
It’s here! This is a short clip of our trip to Haiti in December 2015.
It is hard to believe that our time in Haiti has come to an end. No more beautiful views of the ocean to wake up to or a beautiful sunrise on the rooftop! Although, we are anxious to get back to our families, a part of us longs to stay in Haiti to love on the children … More Day 8: Love was the Mission!
We were all up before the sun came up this morning as we had to be ready by 6:45am to be at church by 7am. Both teams from North Carolina left this morning around 6am. We had a very simple breakfast of Haitian hot cereal that had the consistency of oatmeal before heading out to … More Day 7: Where Does Our Help Come From?
Breakfast this morning was some more tasty pancakes, fruit, coffee, tea and juice along with some spiritual food from our very own team leader. She gave us a brief history on some of the purposes of a lighthouse–as a source of strength, safety and guidance. We were then reminded about the importance of being inner … More Day 6: Being Lighthouses
We had another bright and early morning as we feasted on some fluffy pancakes and mango along with citrus juices, coffee and tea before heading to the boys’ detention center. Our morning devotional was a necessary message for each of us-reminding us of the importance of renewing our minds as we remember that what God … More Day 5: In the Center of His Will