I can’t even begin to explain the pain that has happened here in Haiti over the last few weeks…I have cried…wept…more in the last few weeks then I feel like in my entire life. It started with a 10 year old in my school sponsorship program…when she went home one day from school, she toldContinue reading “Broken Again.”
Tag Archives: Orphans
*Disclaimer: Sorry that this blog is somewhat scattered/disorganized there’s so much going on in Gressier and I haven’t had the time to be able to succinctly collect my thoughts…but I figured this update was better than no update 🙂 (Also I didn’t have time to proofread) We walked by a grave that was crumbled becauseContinue reading “Foreign Land”
Jesus in Disguise.
As Mother Teresa said of the lepers and orphans on the streets of Calcutta, “Each one of them is Jesus in disguise.” This has spoken to my core and shakes me every time I think of those words. Because It Is True. Everytime I see a child with her belly sticking out. With orangishContinue reading “Jesus in Disguise.”
People are NOT Projects.
People are NOT projects, People are People. I feel like I’ve heard this somewhere before but don’t remember where…regardless the truth of his statement is SO powerful here in Haiti. Since the earthquake January 12th there have been MANY people who have arrived in Haiti wanting to help…government workers, humanitarians, celebrities, missionaries…and included in thisContinue reading “People are NOT Projects.”