Author Archives Michelle Carver

  •   In the United States a lot of kids look forward to turning 18. For some reason 18 seems to be a magic number that makes them an adult. Yes they can vote, sign up for selective service and are considered an adult in the court, we all know as parents they still need nurturing […]

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  • Are you ready to “GO”?   Mark 16:15 “And He said to them, ‘Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature.’” (KNJV) Matthew 24:14 “And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in all the world as a witness to all the nations, and then the end will come.” (KNJV) […]

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  • Where to start….. Our summer in Haiti…I don’t even know where to start so I guess my A.D.D. will kick in and I will take you all over the place in this blog. This was going to be the longest stay we have had in Haiti yet. I was so excited and sad all at […]

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  • I was sitting on my comfy couch this morning watching The Price is Right on my flatscreen HD TV thinking I was a little chilly, my mind instantly took me back to September when I was in Haiti, no comfy couch, no TV and the word chilly is not in the vocabulary. The word comfort […]

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  •     Meet Fransley (aka Dave), age 15. He is one of the older boys at Voice of the Children Orphanage. Fransley is one of those boys who has a tough exterior. When Jonathan and I would visit the orphanage he would stand in the back and not participate in any activities. He was kinda […]

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  • As we headed to Haiti this time we knew it would be a little different. We are getting ready for our summer trips. Jonathan and Wayne had a lot to do at the orphanage to prepare for the building projects and I had to make sure everything was lined up to ready to receive our […]

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  • I would like to share something that happened last summer on one of our small group mission trips. We had two men with us from Southeast Missouri doing a little building project. The men had been working so hard so we decided to take a little break and enjoy some of the beauties of Haiti. […]

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  • Things are so funny at our house. We rarely have a meal, a ride in the car or ANY conversation that does NOT include Haiti. People often ask us, “Why did you pick Haiti?” Actually, it seems Haiti picked us! We have been so blessed and I would like to share a couple things God […]

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  • I was just about to drive up to McDonalds like I do most days and get me a $1 Diet Coke, I had been thinking about Haiti all morning and the children at the orphanage, about our traditions her in the US and just how silly they are. And how crazy it is how much […]

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  • On our upcoming trip we will finish some building projects at the orphanage, get the children all listed in the computer with their information and get more information on the new project in La Colline.

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