It’s in the winds that blow over the mountains; it’s in the rumbles of thunder as they pass us over in the night; it’s in the voices of the Haitians as they lift their song to heaven. A cry, a longing, a plea for restoration and empowerment.
Our squad has heard the cry in Haiti. We’ve seen the longing and sought out a solution to the plea.... Read More »
“I want to make something new & different for the summer so everyone can be happy & proud of this work. So everyone can have fun. We make it for fun. So everyone can enjoy it. All the kids, all the babies, all the mommies – everyone.” – Macline (center of above photo).Macline is one of the older girls that lives at MOH in the Village of Hope.Her idea this summer was to make a music/highlight video of activities throughout the... Read More »
The first time I really met Kleffson was this past December. I was in Haiti visiting friends on my break from school. I went with my friend, Miseline, to visit her family in the village right next to us. I had met her family several times before but honestly there was just so many of them in such a small area that it was impossible to keep track of who was who. Mise, the mother, has 10... Read More »
I stepped off the plane for the first time in Haiti as a 17-year-old girl on a mission trip. The experience brought me back the next summer as an intern, and the following 3 summers as well! When the staff children needed a teacher, my education was my ticket back again for a six month assignment. That summer I also helped with VBS and fell in love with the program! After 8 years... Read More »
One of the most amazing things about my trip to MOH this summer was seeing how the vision of "life transformation" was played out in such a variety of ways. I used to teach elementary school and one of my favorite stories to teach was the folktale about the blind men who are asked to describe an elephant. You remember … one will tell you that the elephant... Read More »