I am Jefthe Armour. I was adopted into the Armour family and finally got to move with the family here in the U.S, in January 2013. It’s been an amazing experience, and above all; a blessing from God. I am a graduate of the class 2012 of Central Valley High School and am currently a student at the Spokane Community College. Going to school to further my education has been one of my dreams, and it’s amazing seeing it becoming a reality. I plan on transferring to Eastern Washington University to get my bachelor degree.
Looking back, I’ve got the helps of amazing friends, family members, sponsors in Haiti. I feel blessed to be here in America where I know, everyone’s […]
At the age of 67, Marion Austin retired from 20+ years of service with the US military as a Diet Therapist. Determined not to “just sit around,” Marion embarked on her first trip to Haiti at the urging of her grand-daughter Amy. Marion enjoyed the people so much that she began considering full-time missionary service in Haiti.
After much prayer, Marion decided to go to work in Haiti full time. After spending two years helping to meet the nutritional needs of over 2,000 children at a large orphanage, Marion was deeply compelled to start her own orphanage in a very needy area of Port-Au-Prince. There were so many children without homes that Marion decided to take a step to help.
Today, as […]
by Diane Simoni
Are you wondering if you might travel to Haiti soon on a Mission Trip with HFC? Are you thinking about the talents you have that you might share with your neighbors there? Certainly, there is a lot of need in Haiti. The need is blaring at you as soon as you walk out of the airport to the van. The tent cities and crowded streets, some still with rubble from the 2010 earthquake, evoke a prayer from deep within, “God help us, God help them.” Yet, you truly need not worry about what gifts you can offer because anything you bring – from supplies to […]