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Heart of God Haiti

Heart of God Haiti: February Update

 

 

 

 

Heart of God Haiti

Volume 1                                                                           
Issue 1                                                                     February 2013
January Mission Trip

In early January, a team from Heart of God International Ministries, including David Young, Jan Ross and Lisa Mikitarian, traveled to Haiti with Heart of God Haiti’s new missionary, Erin Corbett. The team spent a week on site in Kenscoff.

  

Lisa and Jan taught VBS-style lessons and activities with the kids, while Dave helped Erin get situated and followed up construction projects and administrative matters with the local church staff.

  

The children made several crafts during the classes which the team brought back to the U.S. We will be sending these objects d’art to each child’s sponsor with an update letter that will arrive in your mailbox within the next few days.  

  

The children are very musical and love to sing. The team captured many videos and photos of the kids laughing, playing and singing. You can see these delightful moments on our Facebook page:  www.facebook.com/HeartofGodHaiti.

Ezekiel
Ezekiel on Erin’s lap
Ezekiel’s Story

Little four-year-old Ezekiel and his older brother Ednel joined us in December 2012, after their father passed away. It was obvious when the team arrived that Ezekiel was very sick with fever and discomfort; it turned out to be Sickle Cell Anemia. What would have been much more easily treated in the United States actually put the team through quite a series of adventures as they sought to get Ezekiel the medical care he so desperately needed. Erin really had to hit the ground running. Not in the country even a week, she had to learn the ins and outs of a very foreign health care system. The story is quite interesting and revealing as to the differences between North America and Haiti. It involved several trips to the hospital and to Port au Prince, 30 difficult miles away, some bargaining with the hospital and local Red Cross, and some real “scratch yer head” moments. Read the whole story:

Lisa Mikitarian
Lisa
So What Is A Mission Trip To Haiti Like?

Have you thought about taking a short term mission trip? Do you wonder what it might be like to see a place like Haiti firsthand? Lisa Mikitarian does a good job answering that question for you. She has documented the sights and sounds and the myriad first impressions that greet a first-time traveler to Haiti. Read her story: “First Impressions

 

If you’d like to experience Haiti first hand, another mission trip is planned for May 2013. Contact us to learn more: Haiti@heartofgodinternational.org

Meet Erin, Our New Missionary

Brockport resident and SUNY Brockport graduate Erin Corbett has joined the Heart of God Haiti team as our missionary on site. Erin’s specialty is teaching English to speakers of foreign languages (MA, Nazareth College).

Erin Corbett
Erin Corbett

Erin writes about her day-to-day experiences living with the children at the center. You can follow her news and updates at http://erincorbett.org.

 

Lisa Mikitarian wrote a very nice introduction to Erin  after spending a few days with her in Haiti and watching her with the kids.

 

Scott Ingram, Erin’s predecessor in Haiti, is back in the U.S., getting ready for a trip abroad to do some open air preaching in his role as Director of Evangelism for Heart of God International Ministries. You can follow Scott on his website. Please keep him in prayer for God’s guidance and protection.

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