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Haiti Cultural Exchange presents “Pwezi ak Mizik Anba Tonèl”

Haiti Cultural Exchange (HCX) will host “Pwezi ak Mizik Anba Tonèl”—an evening of poetry and music under the stars, with sounds by Tiga Jean Baptiste, interspersed with spoken word performances by Jeffrey “Mr. 206 more words


operation no control

Driving towards Klipsch, I realized that I might have been as, if not more, excited as I was for my first-ever concert. I love all concerts, but I was particularly pumped to be going to Green Day for a variety of reasons. 364 more words


see hope

i saw the place.

i saw where they say all is downcast

and hope is in the hands of men;

of those who travel

to labor for a time… 54 more words

A Million Reasons

Goodbyes are inevitable. All things come to an end and for this I am grateful because sorrows make joy sweeter. Endings make us treasure the journey and hold on to moments that live forever in our hearts, but that doesn’t make saying goodbye any easier. 1,543 more words


Idea for Mission E4 Non-Profit Grew from Long’s Ministry in Haiti

Scott and Tanya Long’s Mission E4 non-profit outreach ministry may have been informed by their time in Haiti, whose challenges would have been made to order for these impassioned missionaries.  226 more words

Mission E4

Letter from Alex's Pastor

I received this letter earlier in the summer from the pastor of Alex’s center. It’s a lovely letter!

Alex attends HA266

“Dear Alisa, My name is Ostiné Emile, I am the pastor of the Wesleyan church of Mango. 486 more words

Taking a Step Back in Time in Cap-Haïtien

“Sonja Lapli Ki Leve Mayi Ou” – Haitian Proverb meaning “Remember the Rain that Made your Corn Grow” 

After an eight and a half hour treacherous drive, our van finally arrived into the outskirts of Cap-Haïtien. 926 more words