Source de la Grace

Ready to love without boundaries

By GO Fellow Sarah Herrera We read that God loves orphans and we sing about how Jesus loves the little children of the world, and so we take it upon ourselves to echo His ways and try and mirror His heart. These are wonderful things to do and necessary ways to love, but it… Read More

06-2016 Leogane

One colorful day

By GO Fellow Sarah Herrera Crazy Crayola colors always make for a happy day, and the group activities taking place at Leogane are never a disappointment. Whether blank paper and pens or coloring pages and crayons, the children gathered across tables and floors are put to… Read More

06-2016 All in One

A push for joy

By GO Fellow Sarah Herrera Swing sets are a joy found within many childhoods, and for a spunky little lady at All In One, this is no exception. The balanse, as she calls it, seemed to have an eternity of playful children awaiting an open spot. I watched her as she waited in… Read More

06-2016 Desire

The Human Backpack

By Trips Manager Stephanie Mutert There is a certain posture at Desire that has become known to visitors as the ‘human backpack.’ It’s not a surprise that Pastor Jeannot’s kids love to be held, and once they reach a certain age there is a shift from front to back . .… Read More

Miracles are Everywhere

Coincidence. The occurrence of the unlikely. The statistically improbable. The serendipitous. But what if coincidences are simply modern day miracles?  Those small things that happen at just the right time. Those circumstances in life that feel as though they are beyond our… Read More

06-2016 Darivager

A game all their own

By GO Fellow Sarah Herrera A common game played within the village of Darivager is the sort that looks like Ring Around the Rosie, but then quickly turns into a version of Little Sally Walker and then ends with an exercise of Miss Suzy handclapping patterns. If that’s not… Read More

06-2016 Cassamajor

Planting seeds, harvesting life skills

By GO Fellow Sarah Herrera In the back of the property along the village houses grows an inspiring garden of sweet potatoes, corn, spinach, and eggplant. As the children are taught and trained how to plant appropriately – with the girls poking holes and the boys planting… Read More

06-2016 Hinche

Rocks and Riches

By GO Fellow Sarah Herrera As privileged individuals, it is often easy to correlate “richness” with material items. It is quite simple to do and sometimes it is quite silly to consider once the Truth is illuminated for us. Meet three young boys from Hinche. They’ve… Read More

06-2016 Biggarouse

Laughter leads the way

By Trips Manager Stephanie Mutert Small hands are tucked into my own and my arms are being pulled by my new friends who are in the care of the local church at Biggarouse. A cloud of laughter is contagious around us as we giggle our way around the village compound that holds… Read More


An awakening is happening

“If I don’t, who will?” How one CarePortal request turned into a divine appointment for an Oklahoman church. An awakening is happening. Churches, small groups, and individuals are being stirred by the Spirit, moved into an action. Daily, we hear about the… Read More