From the Field | Where Medicine and Compassion Meet

From the Field | Where Medicine and Compassion Meet

No matter where in the world I travel, I am constantly reminded that people who live in countries we call “the third world” are no different than us. Parents share the same hopes, dreams, and desires for their children as I have for my own children and grandchildren....

Impacting Children in Haiti: Five Years Later

More than 230,000 lives were taken, 300,000 injured, and 1.5 million people were displaced by the catastrophic 7.0 earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12, 2010 . . . five years ago. This nation still feels the effects of this tragic disaster, as an estimated...

Christla’s Redemption | A Rescue Story

Elydia had just given birth to a beautiful little girl . . . but she could hardly bring herself to look at her. Losing her son only a few days prior had brought on a sudden, unbearable heaviness she feared would suffocate her completely. Elydia had done everything she...

Second Chances

We will never know what she was thinking the day she walked to the river with all her boys in tow. Perhaps she was suffering from depression or was mentally unstable. Maybe a life of extreme poverty had proven too much to bear. Whatever the reason, there was no excuse...

A Safe Place

Watch Dieunie-Love’s Story – Haiti Spring ’13 on Vimeo Beautiful 4-year-old Dieunie-Love (pronounced “Jenny-Love”) greeted me with a shy smile as she leaned up against her makeshift home in the crowded, dusty village of Oanaminthe, Haiti. We stepped...
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