As the sun ruses over Haiti

By 9 AM in Haiti, the sun is already sweltering …And in the farming hamlet of Nan Wo, a mile and a half outside of Dessalines, there is a flurry of activity under the morning sun rays. Women lay out their best dresses and begin doing their daughters’ hair. Men pull out there best slacks […]

Guest blog: Drops of God’s Glory in English Class

In July and August, Hope in Haiti sent 16 team members to Haiti for a pair of week-long camps for Haitian youths. One of those team members, Katie from Washington State, shares her growth experience she had while teaching English to some young men and women in Nan Wo: “One of my greatest joys was […]

Guest blog: Aaron on the worshipful, needy Haitians

After spending two weeks serving and living in Haiti, one team member, Aaron from Wisconsin, decided to share about the worshipful yet needy people of this country:   “Haiti is an amazing place.  The people are great and the landscape is beautiful. At the school in Dessalines, I was blown away by the passion behind […]