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Updates From Haiti

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They Missed The Story

Posted January 13th, 2011 by Tim Glenn in Updates

I was disappointed last night when I turned on my favorite network news program—only to see a very sparse amount of coverage on the one-year anniver...
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Contagious Hope

Posted January 13th, 2011 by Brandy Campbell in Updates

Most of my trips with Compassion are filled with hope. The poverty I see on these trips is tempered with stories of hope and healing and perseverance....
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Excerpt From Dan Woolley’s Book: Part 3

Posted January 12th, 2011 by Dan Woolley in Updates

I spit out the blood and dust that coats my mouth, but I can’t spit out the fear. Buried beneath six stories of rubble, the remains of what was once...
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Moving Again. Barely.

Posted January 12th, 2011 by Sean Sheridan in Updates

[Continued from “Yes, It Was As Bad As They All Said It Was”] It was February 2010. After a week in-country walking through the muck, mire and dea...
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A Normal Day

Posted January 12th, 2011 by Tim Glenn in Updates

One year ago today, millions of Haitians woke up to a normal day. And before I go any further, I think I should point out what a “normal” day was ...
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Excerpt From Dan Woolley’s Book: Part 2

Posted January 12th, 2011 by Compassion in Updates

After a short drive and a long walk from the church, we arrived at the home of one of the mothers in the Child Survival Program. As we approached, Mis...
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With the Broken, the Brokenhearted, and the Faithful

Posted January 12th, 2011 by Dan Woolley in Updates

When it comes to talking about life’s challenges, Haitians don’t pull any punches. They don’t gloss over hard realities. They don...
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