Fighting for his life

12. April 2019 charity, children, orphans 0
Hector Ariel Collado is one of the kindest, most helpful teenagers you’ll ever meet. He’s also very ambitious. When he’s not doing his part to welcome — and ease the fears of — new kids entering the Arms of Love homes in Jinotepe, he’s resolving conflicts or helping the kitchen staff or teaching himself to ...

New Classrooms in Rigaud!

15. January 2019 education, Haiti 0
I recently visited the Divine Shelter School in Rigaud, Haiti, and I’m excited to report that the school has three new classrooms thanks to Cross International’s generous donors! Before these classrooms were built, the school was busting at the seams. New classrooms will give the school’s youngest students the opportunity to learn in a more ...

Lesson from a Water Bucket

Why concern ourselves with overseas poverty? The answer is this bucket of yellow water. Shortly after this photo was taken, this water, scooped from a hole in a dry creek bed in the Dominican Republic, was carried along a dirt path, poured into a glass and served to a child. If God’s love is in ...

An Unsung Hero: Willy Rocha

06. August 2018 Haiti, unsung hero 0
In past blogs, I have focused a lot of attention on mission leaders. But I would be remiss if I didn’t take the time to call out the unsung heroes I meet in my travels – the dedicated servants of Christ who you don’t often hear about, but who are known and loved by all ...