Tag - 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 […]


All they are and then some…

I first met Pastor Mongerard nearly ten years ago on one of my first trips to Haiti. He was a  relative newlywed, no children, a young church with a fledgling orphan care ministry. By God’s grace, Pastor Mongerard and […]


5 Images from 3 Days in Haiti

Flying back from Haiti, I’m filled with gratitude for all God did the last three days. I hope these word pics capture a few of the highlights…

 A Pound of Spaghetti. Aniove, a six-year-old sweetheart from Darivager (pictured to the […]


What is in a wall?

In 2012, we wrote about loving hedges and walls.
Last month, we once again asked you to help meet the basic, on-going needs of orphaned and abandoned children through our Different December tradition.
Today, we see another example of how important […]