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From U.S. Senator Tim Scott’s website: Charleston, SC—U.S. Senator Tim Scott will honor South Carolina native Dan Cruver as a 2014 Angel in Adoption at the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institutes’s 2014 Ceremony for the tremendous work he has done in helping to mobilize churches for the care of vulnerable and orphaned children. Dan Cruver, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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).

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. If you think your church might be […]

April 18-22 HORT Trip to Haiti

by Dan Cruver Published Apr 14, 2010

I have the privilege of joining the Haiti Orphan Relief Team (HORT) on their April 18-22 trip to Haiti. HORT is a cooperative effort of U.S. based ministries and disaster response experts that have joined together to respond to Haiti’s orphan crisis. One of the major objectives of HORT is to provide U.S. churches with […]

Orphaned in Haiti: What Your Church Can Do

by Dan Cruver Published Mar 25, 2010

Your church now has the opportunity to partner with a Haitian church to care for Haiti’s orphaned and vulnerable children. Since they returned to the states, the Haiti Orphan Relief Team (HORT) has been diligently working on an executable plan that will provide U.S. churches with the opportunity to come alongside Haitian churches to serve […]

Haiti Orphan Relief Team: Video Blog #1

by Dan Cruver Published Mar 8, 2010

As many of you know, Together for Adoption is working closely with the Haiti Orphan Relief Team (HORT). HORT is a cooperative effort of disaster response experts and U.S. based ministries that have unified to respond to the orphan crisis in Haiti. The following was posted on the HORT blog earlier today: While the initial Haiti […]

Have you thought about this recently? When Haiti’s side of the Island of Hispaniola quaked on January 12, the earth was groaning in its bondage to corruption and longing for the day when it will be set free. According to Romans 8:19-23, whenever the earth quakes and buildings collapse, killing hundreds or hundreds of thousands […]

Jedd Medefind writes: These words from an email sent me by a friend in Port-au-Prince highlight the struggle of those seeing the tragedy in Haiti firsthand, grappling with how to share what they are seeing with friends without appearing sensationalistic: I am struggling to find a balance to educate people. Some things seem too awful […]

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