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Petit Goave, Haiti

I spent my second in week in Haiti at Petit Goave. Petit Goave is about a 2 hour drive from the capital and sits on the coast. 49 more words


Leogone, Haiti

Leogone was the epicenter of the 2010 earthquake that all but eliminated Haiti from the map. I spent close to a week working with a portion of my team at an Orphanage in Leogone doing demolition work during the day and leading worship in the evenings. 38 more words


Zika confirmed in Illinois

Preparation for most mission trips includes packing supplies, studying cultural differences, and prayer. Senior Victoria Carbonell and juniors, Kathleen Berns and Meggie Hall, had to be aware of mosquitoes. 466 more words


UN apologizes for peacekeepers abuse, cholera in Haiti — Repeating Islands

Issues tarnished UN reputation, traumatized victims, Ban says, Senabri Silvestre reports. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon apologized Tuesday for a cholera epidemic in Haiti and sexual abuse attributed to the organization’s peacekeepers in different countries.

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Ayiti 2016

I feel guilty. I keep mentioning little tidbits about Haiti and teasing you all, saying I’ll share soon! So instead of keeping you waiting until I’ve processed all the details, here is a post about what most people really want to see: what Haiti looks like! 493 more words


Compost pile #2 in Haiti

As many of you already know, I REALLY love composting. It is one of my many passions, and I get to focus on it while my stay in Haiti. 121 more words


Don’t miss a special Saturday book signing with writer Greg Anderson-Elysee for his newly released series, IS’NANA THE WERE SPIDER. Greg will appear at Forbidden Planet on September 24th to meet and greet and scribble on yer copies of his new graphic novel Is’nana The Were-Spider Vol. 420 more words