An American in Michura

An American in Michura

Thank you to Mira from Crosspointe Church who is our guest blogger today! So I’m back from Kenya and after a few days of decompressing I’ve decided to post what I wrote after my first full day in Kenya. I wrote more as the week went on so I’ll be...
Haiti through My Eyes…

Haiti through My Eyes…

The people of Haiti may be poor, but in a way, we are poorer. The people living in the remote villages in Haiti may not have many clothes, they may live in mud huts, eat mango off trees and dry their clothes by laying them on cactuses, but they do not have $2,000+...
Our 2013 Trips are UP!

Our 2013 Trips are UP!

Check out our trip lists for 2013! If you didn’t have a chance to get to Kenya or Haiti this year, this is the perfect time to begin praying, planning and dreaming about going in 2013!  These are our Open Trips which means you don’t have to bring a group...
Asperger’s in Haiti

Asperger’s in Haiti

My 16-year old son is a “highly functioning Asperger’s” child. That is what they have labeled him. I must admit I have been in the process of coming to terms with this syndrome for the past four years since he was diagnosed with it. I love him dearly but have noticed...