She sits on the left side of the stage, behind a thin wall next to the other contestants, clad in a soft yellow, floor-length dress with a matching scarf tied around her neck. She holds her hands clasped in her lap, her legs, ever so slightly, move to the beat of the music. Continue reading
Last Monday, November 16, JiHM hosted its first ever all-employee appreciation event. A group from my church in California served pâté and drinks, and together with several members of JiHM’s Board, we thanked the dear people who make this ministry run day after day. Continue reading
Once Grace Emmanuel School is out for the day, I choose a couple of students to visit from the school yard. Two second grade boys eagerly tell me they live in Source Matelas, not far from each other. I decide to visit them. Continue reading
As many of you are aware, the last six months have been a time of renewal for Jesus in Haiti Ministries and rebuilding our leadership. Continue reading
When Marie-Lyne St Fleur was a child, she always liked to help injured kids—basically just waiting with them until the bleeding stopped. “When I started teaching, I didn’t know how to help injured and sick kids. Sometimes I would cry because they had problems and I didn’t know how to help them. Continue reading
It’s been just over a year since Fedner was welcomed into the Lighthouse.
Some days, I still question the decision to bring him in, doubting my adequacy in making such a pivotal choice for his life. Continue reading