The year 2010 was a meaningful year for senior Loctama Adolphe. Continue reading
For GES students, a bus is more than just a luxury. When we ask students what they are most thankful for among the services provided by Grace Emmanuel School, there is one response that is inevitably at the top of the list. Continue reading
Dieuvert Privé has one all-consuming passion in life—that more people would know the good news of Jesus Christ. Whether he is preaching to the congregation, leading a prayer service, or teaching Sunday School, Dieuvert’s zeal for God is evident in all he does. Continue reading
It is hard to fathom that another year has come and gone at the Lighthouse Children’s Home—a year of transition, of change, of celebration, of heartbreak, of restoration and of hope.
At 4:53 pm on Tuesday, January 12, 2010, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck the country of Haiti, killing a staggering amount of people and leaving a permanent mark on the history of this beautiful country. Continue reading
Three years ago, Andris Sanon was living in Bon Repos, a suburb of Port-au-Prince, with his two teenage sons and his wife, Elise. As he had for 20 years, Andris was teaching at the government school in Source Matelas, commuting 11 miles to work each day. Continue reading