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Haiti Worship Night

Friday evening, April 28 After taking a red-eye flight, we arrived in Port-au-Prince on Friday afternoon greeted by torrential rains, but they lightened up by the time we reached the guest house. After settling in and having a light dinner, we went to a “Night Watch” prayer and worship service at Joseph’s church (he is […]

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Blessings even before touching Haitian soil

One of the objectives of this trip is to build relationships between the World Relief (WR) staff in Haiti and Chapel Hill Church. I am eager to meet Esther. She is the WR staff person directly involved with training pastors and leaders of 40+ churches to serve the most vulnerable in their community. So in […]

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Coffee as a Love Language

Coffee is my love language (a tall half decaf Americano with steamed cream to be precise). Not only is it mildly addicting and lifeblood to this mother of young children, our coffee shop culture provides a place to gather. It gives us a chance to be in our communities, a place to sit with a […]

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Haiti: History & Vision

Day Two – History and Vision Today was our first full day of learning, conversing and dreaming. We started off with a history lesson from Joseph, our World Relief representative in Haiti. We got a better understanding of how two centuries of history directly affect behaviors and beliefs today. When Joseph is asked, “Is Haiti […]

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