Jessica always gives me a hard time about not blogging. When went traveling four years ago, I was blogging just about as much as she was. Now it seems I just maintain the blog and let her post away. I’m not sure why this is, but here are some recent thoughts of mine. I’ve recently been reading Haitian proverbs. Haitian culture is full of proverbs. … Continue reading Mountains Beyond Mountains
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Here is a quick video on Living Water’s H2O project for Lent. To find out more go to http://www.water.cc/lent/. Continue reading Living Water’s H2O project for Lent
We have some exciting news to report! The kitchen has been successfully running on it’s own, with our five Haitian staff members doing an amazing job, for over three months now. Our commitment with Outside the Bowl is complete. The time for Brandon and me to leave Port de Paix has come. We feel confident leaving the kitchen in the hands of God and our … Continue reading We’re moving to Cap Haitian with Living Water International!
Haiti protesters rampage against election results Wed Dec 08 23:43:08 UTC 2010 By Joseph Guyler Delva PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) – Thousands of protesters rampaged through Haiti’s capital and other cities on Wednesday, hurling stones and wrecking property in a wave of unrest against election results they say were rigged by the ruling government coalition. At least two people were killed in the flaring violence, which appeared … Continue reading The political situation
Haitian cholera strain could dominate the Americas – health – 10 December 2010 – New Scientist. Continue reading Haitian cholera strain