A different kind of ministryRich Stigall
Trace Thurlby, Live from Haiti
On the bus heading to Phaeton to love on more than 100 kids with an incredible team of 17 Bloncs from four time zones.
Randy and Tiffany Wild from O’Fallon had their heart pierced for orphans in their first trip to Haiti in 2009. They decided to build a home and have been full speed ahead ever since….literally. Randy helps organize boat “poker runs.” Whatever a poker run might be, I was told this is NOT a boat race. Take a look at Randy’s boat with The GO Project logo he put on it and tell yourself….it’s not a race :). Tiffany has organized a Shop-a-Thon in a few weeks…that’s right more than 50 ladies “Shopping for Orphans”. 20 percent of what is spent will go to orphans.
Damon Arrendondo is a 20-year-old going to school at Mesa State who came with his buddy, Frank, to play soccer with orphaned kids. This morning he made a Haitian breakfast sandwich with an egg, alvacado, and mango. He may be on to something…after all, this is a different kind of ministry.
I wish I could tell you all the stories. You’ll just have to come with us. We’re at Phaeton now. The kids are singing, “Worthy is the Lamb!” Amen!