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Cinderella Service

Want a hospital service that can: help the cure; needs no equipment, nor medicines, needs no electricity or internet, and runs on very little money?  Well I’m standing with them in the picture.  314 more words


Evening Prayer 25.3.17, Annunciation of Our Lord

But to all who received him, who believed in his name, he gave power to become children of God, who were born, not of blood or of the will of the flesh or of the will of man, but of God. 2,067 more words

Jesus Christ

Crazy Town, Crazy Island - Postscript (1) Tracing Greg

There was one little postscript to this story that personally affected me.  I was still dealing with Edsel’s untimely demise.  A few months after my return home I was trawling through my lists of contacts and I found a friend of mine who lived in Antigua, Greg.  247 more words


240 Haitians Found Living In Cave Months After Hurricane

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COCONUT CREEK (CBSMiami) — A humanitarian crisis has emerged in the southern peninsula of Haiti, months after Hurricane Matthew ravaged the country. 301 more words


Haitian artisans recycle trash into art– Viva Fifty!

One of the best places to witness recycled art in the making is at the artisan village in Croix-des-Bouquets. Here, men and children crouch over small pieces of scrap metal that they fashion into bracelets, art for the walls, jewelry and even seats and tables. 109 more words


Former Haiti mayor sued for for human rights abuses in U.S. court | Miami Herald

“The problem in Haiti … is if you have political connections, you can literally get away with murder,” said Scott Gilmore, a human rights attorney with the Center for Justice & Accountability. 190 more words


South Florida charity discovers 240 starving Haitians living in cave - Sun Sentinel

Despite the deplorable conditions, darkness and humidity, the people said they were thankful for the caves because they were the only shelter they had. “It is our house that God created when we most needed it,” one of the hundreds of villagers told the New York Times. 162 more words