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  • Fast Facts – Haiti is beautiful!

    Native Haitians were pre-Columbian Amerindians called Taíno, “the good people.” The Taíno named their land “Ayiti,” meaning “Land of Mountains”—a term that evolved into “Haiti.” Christopher Columbus initially called the island La Isla Espanola, meaning “The Spanish Isle” when he landed there in 1492. Over time, the name became Hispaniola

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  • Pics from the Rescue Center Jan 2018

    This kids have a time to color pictures each day with their new activity schedule. A few months ago we were getting ready to write a post asking for a PT volunteer to come.  As we began to write the post we got a message from someone about wanting to

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  • Words From Gretchen

        Lord, I come to You and my heart is comforted already just in coming. Lord my Savior, the Lord of my life who knows, understands and plans for all good, the One who has all the power I need for this hour. I come so needy – in

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  • December 2017 Update

    We admitted 14 new children into our inpatient care facility for treatment for severe malnutrition. They range in age from 6 months to 4 1/2 years. There were 7 children that were healed and returned home with their families. They will continue to come to the clinic each month for

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