Monthly Archives: January 2011

haiti via my iphone camera

all these pictures were taken from my iphone. looking back, i wish that i had some higher quality pictures, but this trip was about working and serving and not too focused on photo opportunities. i am glad i had my … Continue reading

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field report 1-30-2010

“And here is my advice about what is best for you in this matter: last year you were not only the first to give but also to have the desire to do so. Now finish the work, so that your … Continue reading

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field report 1-29-2010 part 2

1-29-2010 UPDATED: Later, we went to visit two orphanages that Spencer and Ernesto went to last week to see how they were doing and what they needed and if anyone had any medical needs. The first houses about 250 kids … Continue reading

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field report 1-29-2010

Leah Redwine will be a graduating nurse from KSU in the spring.  She is one of two nurses (Jonelle) on the team in Haiti.  Leah is a member of the church of Isaac’s Keep in Canton, Ga.  Her latest update: … Continue reading

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doug’s field report 1-28-2010

“pastor doug” was my childhood pastor for many years. he was also a good family friend of ours before he was our pastor. i grew up sitting in the pews listening to him preach sunday after sunday. his obvious desire … Continue reading

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my heart is happy

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who doesn’t love receiving hand made cards?!? oh, what love behind such original and heartfelt words.

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last january

wednesday, january 12th marked the one year anniversary of the earthquake that put haiti onto the world news radar, into the of minds of people all around the world, and forever changed the lives of so many haitians. last january … Continue reading

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