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Jun
12
2015

Living in Tension

By Amanda Johnson |

Anger is not an emotion I feel very often. Actually, it’s very, VERY rare that I feel anger.But this morning? I feel angry.It’s not a “mad” kind of anger. It’s a “broken” kind of anger. It’s a “frustrated” kind of anger. An “I don’t get this” kind of anger.We’ve lived in... Read More

Jun
10
2015

The Hidden Blessings of Sponsorship

By Loretta Leffin | Categories: Child Sponsorship

The Leffin family has been honored to sponsor Josephat Noel/Wicky the past 7 years.  We met Wicky at Mission of Hope when we went to Haiti on a family mission trip and Wicky was our translator for the week.  We were so impressed by his love for God, his love for Haiti, and his infectious personality and spirit.  Later that year my husband, John was attending a golf event... Read More

May
11
2015

Not Me, Lord!

By Erik Lofgren | Categories: Mission Trips

What does Bible translation in the South Pacific have to do with Mission of Hope Haiti (MOH) you might ask? Serving in Haiti through MOH and seeing how God is using MOH to reach every man, woman and child in Haiti for Christ was integral to myself, my wife Terry, and our three children joining in full-time ministry with Wycliffe Bible Translators on the aviation team In Papua, New Guinea.... Read More

Apr
24
2015

My Love Haiti Relationship

By Holly Hilderbrand | Categories: Orphanage

Angelie’s smile is contagious, and joy radiates from her, which is why she is such a familiar face on social media! Holly Hilderbrand, her Village of Hope sponsor, is passionate about Haiti and sponsoring Angelie! She shares her story below…“My ‘Love Haiti Relationship’ began the moment I stepped on the plane over 2 years... Read More

Apr
13
2015

Ears to Hear

By Rachel Durban | Categories: Church of Hope

I’ve been living in Haiti about 18 months now & I’m getting better at Creole, but I’m certainly nowhere near fluent. So many of my Creole conversations include hand gestures, me asking them to speak slower, a few English words thrown in, & lots of laughter.In Haitian church services, it is very rare that I actually understand a... Read More

Apr
02
2015

Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread

By Kelci Haydocy |

Living in a culture different than your own has its challenges, its laughs, and more than anything its teachable moments. Living here has challenged many of the things that I thought were undeniably true, and helped me to understand that context and culture is what gives meaning to anything. While culture dictates most things, there is one thing that it does not and that is... Read More

Mar
31
2015

Be Love Today

By Britney Daniel |

My heart was opened so wide during a quick visit to the Haiti Deaf Children's Home on a recent morning. It was a unique situation to not be able to communicate verbally at all, not even in Creole.  But God brought me back to the language of love. He reminded me that words aren't always necessary to communicate love. I felt so loved by these sweet children through... Read More

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