Life in Haiti
A monthly blog from Liz Clarke
In this blog, Liz Clarke shares updates on her work, detailing the experiences she has living and serving in Haiti
Liz is the Director of the First 1,000 Days program in Haiti. Working in three zones with more than 150 families, she oversees the staff and operations of our Love in Action centers.
Liz Clarke-Aldonza shares in her latest update what is happening with her family and her ministry at Many Hands.
Liz Clarke-Aldonza gives an update on what life has been like for her family since welcoming their second child in October.
Liz Clarke-Aldonza shares what is on her heart and mind as she prepares to welcome her second child.
Liz Clarke-Aldonza has been on sabbatical for the last several months. She shares in today’s blog how she and her family are following God’s lead amidst challenging circumstances.
“I once heard someone challenge a group of young people with this question: ‘How can we use physical hunger to impact spiritual hunger?'”
“I soon realized what God wanted from me so I gave up and gave in to His will. And just like all things done with a clean heart in obedience, it was better than I could have ever imagined! Even if it may seem like a wrong turn, we can trust that if He is guiding us, His way is always better.”
Grace and Peace to you my friends! I made it to Haiti and I'm still alive to tell you the story! Even though I've been riding a scooter without a helmet! Thank you Jesus! 🙂 Thank you SO MUCH for your prayers and thoughts! This transition has been so smooth and full...