19
Oct

Haiti Relief – Pack A Container

Haiti Children Project will be filling a shipping container with tarps and clothes to be shipped to Jeremie very soon.  With roofs blown away in the hurricane, there is no shelter from the rain or the hot sun.  A tarp is a simple fix until the people can secure a more permanent...
18
Oct

Haiti Mercy Flight – NEED MEDS

  After seeing the devastation with our own eyes, I think we are better prepared to help meet the immediate needs of the Haitian people. The cholera and malaria outbreaks are huge. The pilot that has taken us to Haiti many, many times has offered to fly medications back to...
15
Oct

Through The Storm

“I woke up and walked out of my room to again see total destruction.  But look at the first thing I saw”. Praise Him.” Wade Maybe you’re thinking that someone put it up there, after the storm.  I choose to believe that it was there through the storm.
13
Oct

Going To Meet The Plane – Headed for Jeremie

I am on the road, bound for Haiti pulling this trailer to the airport in Atlanta to load the plane. We did not start asking our donors until Monday for help, and it is now Thursday morning and we have approximately 300 pounds more than will fit in the plane. Currently a total...
11
Oct

Leaving for Jeremie, Haiti on Wednesday Need Your Help

From: Wade McGuinn [mailto:wade@mcguinnhomes.com] Sent: Tuesday, October 11, 2016 5:23 AM  There is so much in this life we do not understand. If you are reading this then you know of the devastation of Matthew in Haiti, specifically to our friends and mission partners in...
08
Oct

Hurricane Update 10 9 2016

Axary fully on line now. . .texting, calling, etc.With nearly every other home around theirs destroyed, Axary’s parents cinder block walls/concrete roof home is now a community shelter of sorts with every square inch spoken for overnight . .so very much like Haitians to...
08
Oct

Hurricane Matthew Update (All Blogs Scroll)

Just in from my friend and missioner Dave Draeger Cell phone communications with the entire Southern peninsula of Haiti are out of service. The bridge at Petit Goave has been destroyed preventing travel to the Grand Anse Department. It will some time before we can have...
13
Jan

Earthquake Remembered

Today may seem just like any other day, but it’s not, it’s different. Six years ago today, the people of Haiti were forever changed.  It was “the earthquake”, as we now refer to it.  Right in the middle of “living”, came losing, suffering, crying, and dying.  Time in Haiti is...
28
Oct

Maillard’s Visit to Washington, DC

One of our Next Generation students, Magloire Maillard, who attends the University of Quisqueya in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, studying International Relations, has some wonderful news!  He has been invited, by Dr. Walter McCollum, to present his project on “Rebuilding...
28
Sep

Love In A Mason Jar

Ali is only 7 years old, yet her love for the children in Haiti is very mature.  At a very young age, Ali started saving money to send to these children. She finds money on the ground, in her home and in her parents’ cars. She even donates part of her birthday money.  Her...
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