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
Where to start? I guess that would be in my home church, LifePointe, in Woodland, Ca. Our church has been supporting JiHM for several years and last year I felt the calling to go to Haiti but I put it on the back burner—after all, I was 72 years old! Continue reading
At the end of the 2013-2014 school year, Adriano was the only student at the Lighthouse who failed his grade. His score made it obvious that he had hardly tried. He was, nonetheless, defeated as the other kids celebrated their passing scores. Continue reading
As I sit in the office at school, I see a familiar face peeking inside the window. I stand up and walk outside to greet him, only to find that he has tears in his eyes. I quickly call for our school director, Cadet, to see if he knows what is going on. He informs me the boy’s father had beaten him the night before. Continue reading