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Bloggers Share the Story of Operation Baby Rescue

Blog Team
Sep 26, 2012

Guatemala Blogger Trip '12Coming up October 1-6, World Help will be teaming up with a group of writers and storytellers on a trip into the mountains of Guatemala and into the heart of Operation Baby Rescue.

Through their eyes, you will be able to see the challenges faced by these impoverished communities, as well as the life-saving programs and projects already underway—from clean-water wells to child sponsorship, and the transformative work of our rescue initiative.

Here are three easy ways to keep up with our bloggers as they experience Guatemala:

SUBSCRIBE to our World Help blog for daily updates from the bloggers, sent right to your inbox.

FOLLOW World Help on Twitter (@world_help) or by using the hashtag #blog4WH and connect with us on Facebook for up-to-the-minute blogger photos and update posts.

LIVE CHAT with our blogging team on Thursday, October 4 at 8:30 p.m. (EST). You’ll be able to ask questions about Operation Baby Rescue and our other programs in Guatemala, and find out how you can get involved right where you are.

Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to connect with our team, and learn how lives are being restored through help and hope every single day . . . through dedicated supporters like you!

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Meet the Bloggers

noel yeatts

tiffany eriksen

Noel Yeatts

Noel Yeatts’ Blog | @nyeatts

Noel Yeatts is the vice president of World Help. Her work has taken her around the world to document the gripping stories of those affected by HIV/AIDS, hunger, poverty, and disease. Noel is the co-author of two books and debuted her new book, ‘Awake: Doing a World of Good One Person at a Time’ in June 2012. She is also a noted speaker and challenges thousands across the nation at universities, churches, conferences, and special events.

Noel directs the Operation Baby Rescue initiative and is passionate about restoring hope in the lives of children around the world.

Tiffany Eriksen

Wild and Free | @tiffanyeriksen

A twenty-something ragamuffin, the constant victim of unadulterated grace, with a natural bent towards well-intentioned rebellion, Tiffany Eriksen’s heart beats for the broken of the world. Her conversation, her perspectives, her writing, and the career the Lord has placed her in demonstrate how Tiffany has immersed herself in opportunities that attempt to restore the broken.

Tiffany has been working at World Help for over two years and has just recently joined the Operation Baby Rescue team. Her primary goal is to provide lifesaving, future-bringing, restorative hope to desperate children around the world through intentional advocacy and fundraising. In her spare time, Tiffany is an avid relationship builder, a dabbler in crafts, and a connoisseur of life on the edge of the Blue Ridge.

michele-lyn ault

lauren mills

Michele-Lyn Ault

A Life Surrendered | @lifesurrendered

When Michele-Lyn was 16 and pregnant with an appointment for an abortion, Jesus rescued her and her unborn daughter. He snatched her out of darkness and saved her soul. 18 years later, she has remained captivated by His love and yielded to His will. She is a wife of 15 years and mama to 4, including the daughter she had at 16. She hopes to bring encouragement and stir passion to pursue God, through writing on her blog, A Life Surrendered.

Her heart breaks for what God’s beats for, and desires share with the world–His redeeming love.

Lauren Mills

mercy(INK) | @mercyINK

Lauren and her husband, Adrian, reside in the Shenandoah Valley, VA, where Adrian serves as a youth pastor for a local church. The couple have three young children, a daughter age 5.5, and two sons, 3.5, and 1.5.

Lauren works from home part time running her etsy shop, mercy(INK) Designs and writing about messy parenting, creative homemaking, and radical Christ-following at mercy(INK), the blog. Lauren is crazy passionate about loving the least of these, encouraging women, advocating for orphans, and knowing Jesus.


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