God Knows the Ending

Thursday morning, walking down the road away from the Respire Haiti Café I heard a scream and some yelling.  I turned around and saw the typical scene of a few discombobulated Haitians yelling about something.  Then I saw her jetting across the busy street towards me.  No shoes, ripped clothing, face in a panic, andContinue reading “God Knows the Ending”

God of ALL comfort.

Today, there are no words. One of our 6th grade students passed away abruptly last night in a “hospital” in the next town over during a routine procedure.  He was a gifted soccer player on our team and he was #1 in his 6th grade class at Respire Haiti Christian School.  Beauvoir’s friends adored himContinue reading “God of ALL comfort.”

One by One.

~~ Walking up near the Kindergarten, a young boy stood looking at the ground under the tree.  There were a few other adults waiting for the Kindergarteners to finish school.  As I got closer, I could almost FEEL his embarrassment and nervousness. I approached him and bent down a bit asking his name.  No Response.Continue reading “One by One.”

The Real World.

I peaked over his shoulder as he flipped through the book slowly, my heart sunk deeper and deeper into my stomach with each page he turned.  I KNEW the truth of this  situation.  I KNEW the background of my children here, but for some reason seeing it on paper made it more real.  IT MadeContinue reading “The Real World.”