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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 interested in participating in World Orphans’ church-to-church partnerships to serve Haiti’s orphans, check out World Orphans’ Orphaned and Vulnerable Children program.

  • Kristin Wong

    It means that marvelous, amazing children and adults with faces and laughs and cries and stories have now invaded your heart and will now be walking around with you the rest of your life. You’ll never know when they will pop up in your mind: when you’re singing, when you’re cooking, when you’re writing, when you’re driving. There they will be. And then, let’s hope, there they will be again, worshiping together with you for eternity.

    They are beautiful.

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