Having not been to Haiti since last November, Glenn, Doug and I were anxious to get past the pot holes and rough roads to our final destination, Tricotte. We knew the orphan kids would be eagerly waiting to greet us. Many of them now speak a little English which makes it even sweeter. That reunion is something I dearly look forward to each trip to Haiti.
Last November, coming home from Haiti, I met a man, Joel, in the Ft Lauderdale airport while we both waited for our luggage. I call it a divine appointment. Joel is a white American who has worked in Haiti for over 31 years, the last 20 as an evangelist. Joel supports himself by doing High Speed Internet hook ups with satellite dishes and many other computer services. His 2 sons actually run the business. They are a large company, also serving the US Embassy and the UN. Continue Reading →