New beginnings: From Hinche, Haiti to Hyderabad, IndiaRich Stigall
Whether one is losing weight, writing a book, or caring for children, progress is rarely linear. Many days may pass with seemingly few results, but as the old adage states, it’s not the 100th blow that breaks the rock as much as the 99 before it.
Today, we are celebrating the birth of two villages in central Haiti: Hinche, under the leadership of Pastor Lavaud, caring for 48 children, and Marmelade, under the leadership of Pastor Isaac, caring for the 50 children. Pastor Lavaud was Lucson’s (GO Haiti’s Project Manager) mentor. Pastor Isaac also serves as a local judge. We are grateful for their leadership and their partnership.
Half a world away, just outside Hyderbad, India, Sarampet, a new village is beginning to take shape. A large agriculture project, three homes for orphans, and one home for widows are included in the plans. One day, God willing, you’ll read on this blog the story of widows and orphans coming into care.
Until then, it’s our honor to faithfully work with you here and our partners there to help bring about new beginnings.