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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

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

Hope Spencer – The Common Thread

Hope Spencer – The Common Thread

“We each bring a unique set of skills and knowledge to the team. Like pieces of a puzzle, we don’t know yet how we will all fit together, or what the picture will look like when we’re finished.”

The Way – Delving Deeper

The Way – Delving Deeper

“Lucia taught us a song in Creole that helped us put together some new words and phrases in ways that we can remember, which has been very helpful when we attempt to communicate in the community.”

The Way – Forming Friendships

The Way – Forming Friendships

“The Way team has taken full advantage of all the opportunities to start forming friendships as they go about their activities. This group is open to learning and ask many wonderful questions about Haitian culture.”

Serving Together

Serving Together

2019 was a great year full of many exciting events and activities for Many Hands. We are thankful for the many people who serve as volunteers stateside for our organization and allow us to accomplish all that we do.

Bev Brand – Foundation to Succeed

Bev Brand – Foundation to Succeed

“When these students graduate to the Foundational Level in Haiti, they are ready and prepared, socially and academically, to succeed at any school they choose to attend and they have foundational skills to succeed in life!”

Meet the Dent’s

Meet the Dent’s

“Being here for longer periods has allowed us to dig deeper in to the Haitian culture. People have welcomed us in to their homes and lives.”

The Dreams of a Community

The Dreams of a Community

In short, the beauty of the American Dream is not the dream itself but the freedom each man has to pursue his dream. This begs the question, is the American Dream limited to American soil?

Meet The Campus Security Team

Meet The Campus Security Team

These are the men that often go unseen but they are not unappreciated! Many Hands is thankful for each one of them and the dedication they show in their work of keeping our teams, staff, program participants, and school children safe.

Tom Johnson – Reaching the Majority

Tom Johnson – Reaching the Majority

“These Pocket wifi units are small enough that our Spiritual Shepherds can carry them on their persons as they visit Haitian homes and communities. Wherever they go, they can share Gospel music, teaching and biblical content through wifi transfer!”

The PET Cart Dream

The PET Cart Dream

“What I see PET carts doing for Haiti, aside from giving people mobility, hope, and confidence, is giving us the opportunity to share Jesus with them. It’s not about mobility – it’s about eternity.”