News and Blog

Des Moines Team – How to Stay Cool in Haiti

“We learned melons are melons the whole world round, and people are people, Pignon and Pella, Haiti and the U.S.A. “

Brand Family – Family Ties

“Visiting these people made me feel really grateful for all that I have, including a family that helps me.”

Recalculating!

We’re back in Haiti and adjusting back into the routines and culture that are life on our Caribbean Island. This is the third time returning and it seems, as it should, that the adjustment back is faster and easier than the previous one. This is a good...

Recalculating!

We’re back in Haiti and adjusting back into the routines and culture that are life on our Caribbean Island. This is the third time returning and it seems, as it should, that the adjustment back is faster and easier than the previous one. This is a good...

Ben Croghan – Running For Jesus

“Am I living a life that represents Jesus for who He is? Am I sharing the Gospel at every opportunity? Are we, the church, offering hope and relief from earthly and spiritual suffering? “

Lindsay Overton – Encourage and Serve 

Lindsay Overton, Speech Pathologist and owner of Lindsay’s Chatterbox in Oskaloosa, IA came to Pignon, Haiti for a week of educating moms on the importance of language development and the joys of creating sensory experiences for their kids.

Investing in a Community

Acknowledging past teaching experiences, MH4H sought a way to raise healthier goatherds and invest more intentionally into our community.

Faith and Medicine

“The most vulnerable members of Haitian society include single heads of households, pregnant and lactating mothers, and children under 5 years of age. As every family in the Love In Action Initiative checks at least one of these categories, MH4H was spurred to act…”

A Little Girl with a Big Witness

“Many mornings she wakes up, waving her hands in the air, speaking words I don’t understand; only I know she’s worshiping God!” – Rose-Karline, Cherika’s mother

Power to the Parents – Partnering for the Future

“Claudin Augustin walked the dirt field assessing the goat herds for signs of good health and strong genetics. The squalor of the animal market hardly touched his senses as he haggled for the price of twenty-two does…Each one had a unique purpose to impact the future of a child by giving power back to the child’s parents.”

A Day at Many Hands for Haiti

The team from Iowa State spends the day at Many Hands for Haiti’s campus continuing to grow in relationships with people and learn more about Many Hand’s programs.

Experiencing Culture First Hand

A small team from Iowa State is currently on the ground in Haiti. Team leader, Lucia Van Maanen, who has 9 years experience leading teams and serving in Haiti, is giving them a very unique insight into Haiti and it’s people.

Looking for Normal

Today there are many things uncertain in Haiti as well as in other places of the world. In the midst of uncertainty, Craig and Christi Gabhart share their journey of looking for normal.

Sunnybrook – Conversations

“There is conversation about what is happening in their family, in their home, and what their prayers are for. Then we hold hands in a circle…for prayer. “

Sunnybrook – It’s About Being

The blessings that the people in the communities have given me already are much greater than anything I could ever “Do” here. It is definitely not about what we are “doing” it is about being who God put me on this Earth to be.

Spencer Hope – Last Day

Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God.

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