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Palm Sunday

If there was one thing my mom taught me •and I learned REAL well• was making a cross out of the Palms🌴 😋

Easter is right around the corner and everywhere all over the globe 🌍 people celebrate the crucification of my homeboy J✊ 100 more words


Hold On To Your Humanity

Last Friday, the Comunidad 19 traveled to the Haitian-Dominican border in order to witness market day. The pushing of the crowd quickly pushed me through the initial shock of doing something I never thought I would be able to say I did. 558 more words

Hailing From La República Dominicana

Silent Halls

All but one.

29 Kids here in the orphanage and all but one remain.

Holy Week is kind of a thing here in the Dominican Republic. 147 more words


Tengo Gripe!

Yesterday morning I woke up with a head cold, or what people here call “Gripe.” I am under the impression that Gripe is a catch-all phrase for any kind of illness from a cold to a full-blown flu. 386 more words


“Long Time No See” and Island Hopping to the DR

We left Curacao on a lovely warm day flying in a small passenger Airbus over the teal blue Caribbean above puffy, white cumulus clouds.  We were headed north towards the island of Hispaniola and Santa Domingo, the capital city of the Dominican Republic, where we would meet our friends. 755 more words

Long Term Travel


Carnival Corporation has announced its new port, Amber Cove on the Dominican Republic’s northern coast, will open in October.

The $85-million dollar facility will be able to accommodate the largest cruise ships in operation and is expected to host more than 250,000 travelers in its first year. 164 more words


The Adventure Begins!

We are only a few hours away from being on our way to Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic! We are so ready and beyond excited to be used by God to love and serve the people in Jarabacoa. 365 more words