We currently have 3 positions to fill at the orphanage so for the past two weeks we have been doing interviews. I have done numerous interviews over the years, and yet I am always surprised what I find out when I ask personal... Read More
On Monday, I was at the guest house waiting around for the State Side Staff to arrive in country. Fabi, one of our translators, had just gotten back with his North American volunteer group from a day of work, and he came over to chat with me. This was the first... Read More
Whenever a new child comes in to the orphanage I always take some time with their family to get their story, where they came from, their family history and why the family made the decision to bring them to the orphanage. It is so important when the children get older, and start to ask questions, that we can share their stories with them, so I was a little bummed when I found out via email that... Read More
Pierre, affectionally called 'Ti Pierre' (Little Pierre) by the Hope House kids, is a child like no other.
I remember Sarah's... Read More
Today I witnessed a beautiful miracle. I saw a... Read More
Step 1- Spread out about 6 truckloads of dirt and rock at our north campus, Bercy.
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What an exciting couple of weeks it’s been! It feels like forever ago that I was just getting back to Haiti, hard to believe it’s just been a couple of weeks!
As soon as I got home I just sort of jumped right into things! A team of... Read More