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Devotions from Pastor Wilna: Love in Difficult Circumstances

Pastor Wilna Pierre, a Chaplain on our team in Haiti, has written a series of short devotions to encourage those who support our ministry. Today’s devotion is about Jesus’ words on loving in difficult circumstances.

An update from Haiti

Pete and Carol Verhey and Harold and Twlya Van Wyk spent a week in Haiti at the beginning of July. Read their reflections on their week.

Mobility Worldwide: Week in Review

Pete and Carol Verhey and Harold and Twlya Van Wyk spent a week in Haiti at the beginning of July. Read their reflections on their week.

An update from Haiti

An update from Haiti

Pete and Carol Verhey and Harold and Twlya Van Wyk spent a week in Haiti at the beginning of July. Read their reflections on their week.

Special Update: President Jovenel Moïse Assassinated

Special Update: President Jovenel Moïse Assassinated

Image courtesy of CBS News found at this link.July 7, 2021 This morning, we woke to the news that around 1:00 AM, President Jovenel Moise was assassinated in his home. First Lady Martine was shot and is in the hospital. This was a planned attack by a well-armed group...

Northwestern – Beauty in Haiti

Northwestern – Beauty in Haiti

Emma De Groot (fourth from the left) is a junior at Northwestern College majoring in Public Relations. She will be in Haiti with Many Hands for a total of three weeks. Emma has been to Haiti three other times but this is her first time with Many Hands. To read the...

Fresno-Goat Land and Goudes

Fresno-Goat Land and Goudes

Lily Skelley and Psalm Wright are a part of the team from Fresno Bible Church currently serving on Many Hands' campus in Haiti. This is the first trip to Haiti for both girls.  As they are rounding out their time in Haiti, both look back at the experiences they had...

Fresno-Survival without Amazon Prime

Fresno-Survival without Amazon Prime

Casey Wright is one of the team members of Fresno Bible Church currently serving on Many Hands' campus in Haiti. This is his second trip to Haiti and he has an interesting perspective to share.  To read the previous blog from this group click here    Where I come...

Fresno: A motherly connection

Fresno: A motherly connection

Emily Marrison is the "team mom" for the group from Fresno Bible Church.  . She will help manage her team while they participate in tasks in different departments at the Many Hands for Haiti campus.  Fresno Bible Church has sent teams to Many Hands for Haiti before,...

Northwestern – A New Perspective of Worship

Northwestern – A New Perspective of Worship

Emma Konrad is a senior in high school and is joining Emily Van Gent and the group of interns from Northwestern College. She will also help with tasks in different departments at the Many Hands for Haiti campus.  After high school, Emma plans to be a private music...

Northwestern – Culture Shock

Northwestern – Culture Shock

A group of students from Northwestern College are joining us in Haiti for a few weeks to help with tasks in different departments.  As they spend time in country they will each take turn writing blogs to update on their experiences. Alayna Bakke is writing the first...

Seeds of Hope

Seeds of Hope

Mark Kauk writes about his time in Haiti and the ways he has seen flourishing activities amidst difficulties. Mark has seen and heard how God has planted these seeds of hope weeks, months, and years ago.

Devotions from Pastor Wilna: Adoration

Devotions from Pastor Wilna: Adoration

Pastor Wilna Pierre, a Chaplain on our team in Haiti, has written a series of short devotions to encourage those who support our ministry. We are blessed to be led by her! Take a few minutes to read today’s devotion about adoration. Devotions were translated by Denise Dent.

The Power of the MP3

The Power of the MP3

MP3 players used to be a thing of the past, but in Haiti, they are the tool of the future. Read this update from Pastor Lumanes about the power of MP3 players in advancing the gospel.

May 1st in Haiti

May 1st in Haiti

May 1st in Haiti is a day of celebration for agronomy & labor in Haiti. Christi Gabhart writes about what the celebration looked like at the Many Hands campus.

Body Language

Body Language

In life’s hardest moments we don’t always have to use words. A kind touch, a prayer, a song, and a smile go a long way, even when you don’t have the words to say.

He Can Handle It

He Can Handle It

No one seemed surprised by our news. “We knew you’d end up serving there sooner or later!” was what we heard from many people. I guess they knew something we didn’t…