This afternoon we got a tour of the orphanage. It’s like an oasis in a desert. Everything is so clean and modern for these 60 plus children and 40 staff. They have a French custom that when you greet someone, you kiss them on the cheek. I think I’ve already gotten about 100 kisses! I learned at lunch
We arrived safely at the airport in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. A steel drum and guitar band awaited our arrival, hoping for tips. Sherry Burnette, who along with her husband Bobbie run Love a Child ministries, met us at the airport. Check out their site at www.loveachild.com. After we checked through customs, a group of Haitians met us and in their
We arrived at the airport and after passing through security, we entered an empty terminal. I noticed that the only two people there were an older couple draped in small red blankets. Obviously they had slept in the terminal that night. (They probably got more sleep than I did in the hotel!) A thought popped into my mind.
Today I leave Chicago for Miami to meet up with four others coming from Minneapolis. A total of nine of us will travel to Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, Monday morning and then to Fond Parisen about 25 miles east. Under the auspices of Feed My Starving Children, we will stay at serve at at organization called Love
Here is some information about the Feed My Starving Children organization and where I’ll be going. Feed My Starving Children: Feed My Starving Children was founded as a Christian nonprofit in 1987 through the efforts of a Minnesota businessman who felt called by God to help feed the starving children of the world during a