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August 10, 2017

Get Involved: Prayer

Get Involved:  Prayer

The best way to get involved with All Things New is by praying! To many people this may seem counterintuitive because it can seem like our biggest needs are money, supplies, employees, etc.  There are times when I get caught up in that line of thinking as well.  Some of the biggest stressors related to […]

July 27, 2017

The Fear of the Unknown

The Fear of the Unknown

I was just sitting and thinking about our upcoming trip to Haiti with the entire family and the fear of the “unknown” that accompanies this trip.  It is funny, we have lived in our house for over a year, we have made countless trips to Haiti, and we have a great support system (both Haitian […]

July 24, 2017

Our First ATN Team Meeting

Our First ATN Team Meeting

We had our first All Things New Team meeting yesterday!  If you have been keeping up with us through either blogs or email (click either of the link to sign up to receive our communications) then you know this has been a real focus for ATN since January and this is the next step in the […]

July 20, 2017

America vs Haiti: When Your Car Breaks Down

America vs Haiti: When Your Car Breaks Down

You may recall from a recent blog that on the last night of my stay in Haiti I had some tire issues that resulted in me finding a ride from someone else at about 9:30pm.  Well, this past Monday, I had some battery issues here in the states with our “new” minivan and I wanted […]

July 18, 2017

Birth Certificates in Haiti and America

Birth Certificates in Haiti and America

Waiting for Elijah’s birth certificate for the past month or so has lead to me think about the difference in birth certificates in Haiti and America.  How many times, since you were born, have you really worried about the location of your birth certificate?  There are a few times in our lives when we have […]

July 6, 2017

Latest Report Cards

Latest Report Cards

Just so you know, all of our kids who live with us passed and they passed easily!  Unfortunately, 2 of the kids who do not live with us did not pass, but 28 out of 30 is pretty good, and I was very proud of our kids.  Son Son was 2nd in his class, Fefe got […]

June 5, 2017

Graduating in America vs Haiti

Graduating in America vs Haiti

I was at a Senior Recognition Service at church yesterday where we were honoring recent high school graduates.  I was the Associate Pastor at RiverTown Church (where I attended the service) right before we moved to Haiti so a few of the graduates that were being honored were in my youth ministry.  It was really […]

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