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April 10, 2017

Come Be Part of the Mission in Haiti!

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You are invited to stay and work with our team in the new Guest House in Bercy, Haiti! We are excited to announce that the new Guest House is available to welcome church groups this summer. Come be part of what God is doing in Haiti!   View a Sample Itinerary The goal of Lifesong Open Arms Haiti is to care for the physical, spiritual, educational, and future employment needs of nearly 300 orphaned and vulnerable children, raising leaders of faith who will impact the nation of Haiti. Additionally, Lifesong Open Arms Haiti joyfully employs indigenous workers in their self-sustaining business initiatives. With the Guest House now open and ready for teams to come and stay, you can see Lifesong Open Arms for yourself and participate in ministry opportunities such as– feeding program kids club soccer program movie night with community evangelism home visits prayer walking in the community   Accommodations for the newly open Guest … Continue reading

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January 9, 2017

A Powerful Story of 2 Children: OpenArms Haiti

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Come with us to Haiti. Haiti is considered the Western Hemisphere’s poorest country. More than 90,000 children lack education, medical care, and nutrition. Worse still, many children have been orphaned. Meet Olgens and Easlan. “We live here,” says Olgens. “This is Haiti. We will show you.” Observe the unspoiled landscapes and the busy market where locals barter in tiny stalls for daily needs, transporting brightly woven baskets on their heads. Visit the school in Tityanen where at least 40 students squeeze into a classroom lacking books or technology. “We had a big earthquake. There were more people before the earthquake.” —Easlan Olgens and Easlan live in Bercy. They occupy a tiny tent and fill their stomachs with mud cookies to stave off the hunger pains. Bercy’s only hospital was closed after the last earthquake. It now stands as a shell of what once existed. Olgens and Easlan represent God’s goodness. The children of Haiti are resilient–even amid the devastation. … Continue reading

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November 22, 2016

4 Perfect Christmas Gifts! | Give a Gift in Honor

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Don’t miss checking out the Gifts of Purpose catalog! This catalog is not just ideas for Christmas gifts, but it is a way you can provide lifesaving care to orphaned children who need our help. Think of the difference you can make simply by giving a gift to a family member or friend. VIEW CATALOG How does it work? By giving Gifts of Purpose, you are providing lifesaving care or building a forever home that changes the course of history for an orphaned child who needs the love of Christ. Thank you for making a difference. Did you know you can give a gift in honor? Every gift given through Gifts of Purpose gets a downloadable card. Use it to let someone know you gave a special gift in his or her name. And every donation is matched up to $1,000,000 with a gift to Lifesong (Where Most Needed) until December 31st! … Continue reading

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March 23, 2016

50 Acres of Hope | Mission Moments

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Introducing Lifesong Haiti 2.5 million Haitians live in extreme poverty. With a 70% unemployment rate, many Haitians cannot provide the food, clothing, or shelter needed for themselves or their family, let alone pursue education or get necessary training. Worse still, many of these precious people live without any knowledge of God or the gospel. In November, 2015, Lifesong for Orphans and Ministre de Bras Ouverts (Open Arms Ministry) joined together to build a high school with residential dorms on an undeveloped 45-acre site in Bercy, Haiti. In the span of a few months, God has seen fit to allow much work to be done. Access roads have been built, a community center has opened, fencing has been installed, wells have been drilled, feeding programs have begun, and upgraded housing has been built for those who live on the site. Yet there is still much work to do. The need is great. … Continue reading

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