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Archive for the ‘Haiti’s orphans’ Category

Caring for Orphans by Serving Churches

by Dan Cruver Published Jun 11, 2012

How does Together for Adoption care for orphans internationally? Not by serving them directly, but by serving the churches that care for them. Here’s what this way of serving orphans often looks like for us: Video was created by Eric Lee (Lead Designer at Squeegee Creative Consulting) and Phillip Glickman ( Both Eric and Phillip […]

Videos to Watch Today, Orphan Sunday

by Dan Cruver Published Nov 6, 2011

As all of you know, today is Orphan Sunday. Below is a link to a written prayer by Scotty Smith called “A Prayer about the Orphan in Me on ‘Orphan Sunday’” and several videos that you may wish to watch as Orphan Sunday comes to a close. Scotty Smith’s prayer: A Prayer about the Orphan […]

This is one of the videos that was created specifically for our national conference in Phoenix. It is a compelling and powerful story about the Gospel at work in Stewart family’s adoption journey (Michael Stewart is the Founder/Director of Verge Network & Conference and Pastor of Missional Communities at Austin Stone). Video was created by […]

This is one of the videos we showed at our October 21-22 conference in Phoenix. Video was created by Eric Lee (Lead Designer at Squeegee Creative Consulting) and Phillip Glickman ( Both Eric and Phillip traveled with us to Haiti.

A Haitian Tent City

by Dan Cruver Published Sep 29, 2011

Want to stay in a Haitian tent city while you attend our 2011 national conference in Phoenix? Well, here is your opportunity! If the people of Haiti had to sleep on the ground, so would she. Britney Winn, a 2009 graduate of Centenary College of Louisiana, was in Haiti serving at an orphanage when the […]

[See below to learn about this house conference interview] In the third part of our first house conference, I had the opportunity to interview Craig Juntunen about his global initiative (Both Ends Burning) to transform the international adoption process. Craig is a former professional quarterback whose life took an unexpected turn as a result of […]

Help Haiti Through Purchasing Coffee

by Dan Cruver Published Jan 11, 2011

Beginning tomorrow, January 12th, Mist Valley Coffee will donate 50% of the profit of all coffee purchased until January 31, 2011 for Help End Local Poverty‘s We Have Not Forgotten campaign (I was just informed you can begin purchasing coffee today!). The Situation On January 12, 2010, a devastating earthquake pummeled the nation of Haiti. This earthquake is […]

Tomorrow, January 12th, marks the one year anniversary of the Haitian earthquake. The Christian Alliance for Orphans will be hosting a special national prayer webinar for the people of Haiti on Wednesday at 4pm EST. Together for Adoption will be participating and we would love for you to join us if your schedule permits. Join […]

This is a God story

by Dan Cruver Published Oct 12, 2010

Mark and Kristen Howerton tell their family’s stories of adoption (Kristen was one of our Featured Bloggers). While in the process of adopting from Haiti, Kristen was in Haiti visiting their son when the earthquake hit. Their story is a God story. Let it be an encouragement to you that although we most often do […]

T4A, H.E.L.P. and Haiti

by Dan Cruver Published Sep 22, 2010

Artist Marie Scott just finished the painting that she is donating to Together for Adoption to raise funds for orphans in Haiti. She did an amazing job at turning a photo I took in Haiti this past May into the painting that you see below. The painting has been named “Haiti: We Have Not Forgotten.” […]

Below are more pictures from my April 18-22 trip with HORT. These pictures alone provide insight into my statement that “you don’t visit Haiti. Haiti visits you” (Part 1). If you’re game, I’d love to hear in the comment section what you think I mean by that statement.

Below are seven more pictures from my April 18-22 trip with HORT. These pictures continue to provide insight into my statement that “you don’t visit Haiti. Haiti visits you” (Part 1 | Part 2).

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