It was another good week at MOHI in Haiti! I was able to catch up on some office work, house work, and enjoy some of our students and staff this week. In Haiti, I never have to do anything alone. Here Sylene, Beatrice, and Yveline are helping me tear my kitchen apart. (I wanted to organize everything for Kaylah so she can find what she needs when she goes to make her dinner!) Among my favorite moments? Dreaming with Kaylah about what could be - and making plans to work t
Lex and I returned to Haiti this week and were joined by Angie Shepherd (who served in the medical clinic with us for over a year) and Dr. Kaylah Holland. It was so kind of Angie to accompany Kaylah to help move her in. She also shared many details from her own experiences with Kaylah, to help prepare her for the strange things she will encounter in this foreign land. I know I’ve shared about our excitement to have Kaylah join us for this upcoming school year, but in case y
When I look out over the ocean in front of the missionary compound in Grand-Goave, Haiti, it seems as though all the cares of the world that were pressing in on me are suddenly stilled or even washed away. The magnificence (and sheer quantity) of the water, the beauty of the sunshine glimmering off the waves, the cool breeze coming off the water, and even the people fishing and enjoying the water overwhelm my senses. I'm so grateful for God's creation and it's awesome alluri
Summer has been hot in New England! It's pretty warm in Haiti, too. As you can see in the photo below, summer soccer leagues draw a lot of attention in our city. A big shout out and thank you to Lifeline Christian Mission for donating a ton (not just a lot, but literally a TON!) of dried beans to us last week. At a time when inflation is out of control and people are hungrier than ever, these beans will go a long way in supplying good bulk and nutrition to our neighbors.