Month: December 2014

Moringa leaves: packed with micronutrients and complete proteins, these hold promise for helping combat malnutrition in Haiti. “There! There!!” shouted all seven moms, pointing to a large lush tree just off the dirt path we were traveling down. A moringa tree! With leaves rich in vitamins and minerals, and a rare plant source of complete protein, […]
As I wrap up my reports on Haiti and look ahead to the new year, I yearn to expand my knowledge in community health in relation to the Gospel. The distance course Principles and Practices of Community Health offered by King College addresses just that, and comes highly recommended by a colleague. I would love to […]
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On November 28th I joined an awesome team of ten individuals and traveled to Cap Haitien, Haiti.   We served at a partner ministry, Kids Alive International, which is an orphanage for at-risk children in a poverty stricken area of Haiti. Most of the children in their care were orphaned in the January 2010 earthquake. […]