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Vision Team - Sustainable Practices and Feeding Kids

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Today, our Vision Trip team had the privilege of packaging food with Mission of Hope. As they packed meals for local kids, they learned more about the program: Mission of Hope would love to grow the program to the point where they are feeding 200,000 children every day, 100,000 of those meals...

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Vision Team - Visiting Mission of Hope Sites

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Today, the Vision Team had the opportunity to visit the Mission of Hope medical clinic, which has 20,000+ visits per year.  After visiting the clinic, the Vision Team had the chance to stop by Prosthetics of Hope and learn from one of their interns, Monica.  The team stopped by...

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Vision Team - Learning Together

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During their first day in Haiti, the Vision Team participated in a 3-hour learning session with some of the staff with Mission of hope. We are all encouraged by the stories we are hearing of how God is working here in this country. Please continue to pray for our time hear as we learn about the...

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Vision Team 2017

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On October 23rd a Vision Team, including Marc Maillefer, David Smith, Mark Moody, Bob Andrew and me (Jon Anderson), will be traveling to Haiti  to visit with Mission of Hope staff and see how God is working in their community.  Our team is thankful for the chance to travel together and...

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Haiti 2017 Trip Recap

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The first night we arrived in Haiti, a leader from Mission of Hope shared with us their mission statement: “an organization following Jesus Christ to see life transformation in every man, woman, and child in Haiti.” We witnessed firsthand God transforming the lives of Haitians, but...

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Wahoo Resort

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Thursday night it had rained so when we woke up Friday morning it was fairly cool. We had breakfast a half hour later than normal. 7am. Then we loaded the buses and drive to Wahoo Resort for our beach day.  When we arrived it was super pretty. The water was really blue and there were...

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Last Day of VBS

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Today was the last day of VBS. We got to see all of the kids for the last time and it was kind of sad. Many of us met Schneider, one of the kids. He speaks English and Creole. Today, I talked with him. He was really sweet and translating for Beyoncé, another little girl that Sarah hung...

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Visiting an Orphanage in Papaya

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This morning, we had hard boiled eggs and they made a lot to feed us all. All the milk is powdered milk and it doesn't taste like Wisconsin milk. It tastes watery and powdery. Yesterday morning we had pancakes.  Last night it rained and it cooled everything down. I had a blanket...

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Ending the Day in Worship

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Hi Mom and Dad. Day four and I'm still alive. Today Jessica and I went with the mobile medical unit. It was just as cool as it sounds. We went to a village about 10 minutes away from the Mission to Hope compound in Simonette. We got to serve 121 people, giving them basic medical care and the...

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2550 Meals

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This morning we had VBS again. The kids are split into four different age groups and I was with the older kids. I like that because many of them speak English and it is easier to talk to them and they are teaching us Haitian Crelo. They taught me how to say "please", "sorry beautiful" and "why"...

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