Change of Plans – Dr. Lillian Ferdinands

Change of Plans – Dr. Lillian Ferdinands

There are few things more rewarding in life than to give the gift of laugher, excitement, and pure joy to children as they play on a playground that none of them could have imagined they would ever see. Our recent travel team to Ghana had that experience; and the reward was indescribable.

Ghana Playground Project – John Watson

Ghana Playground Project – John Watson

There are few things more rewarding in life than to give the gift of laugher, excitement, and pure joy to children as they play on a playground that none of them could have imagined they would ever see. Our recent travel team to Ghana had that experience; and the reward was indescribable.

Beautifully Wrecked – Deanna Reed

Beautifully Wrecked – Deanna Reed

It has taken me awhile to come up with words to explain how BEAUTIFULLY “wrecked” my heart has been since taking a trip to Haiti. Upon re-entering life in the States, the reflection of my trip became so overwhelming that I held back from sharing at first. It felt as...
Part Of Our Hearts Are In Haiti – Susan Good

Part Of Our Hearts Are In Haiti – Susan Good

Little did I know when my son joined a new baseball team, it would be the beginning of a journey in my life as well. Michelle Cherikos’ son was also on the team. I was so intrigued listening to her stories about her amazing mission trips with Give Hope and the...
I Fell in Love the Moment I Met Her – Morgan Satterfield

I Fell in Love the Moment I Met Her – Morgan Satterfield

From the moment my dad and stepmom, David and Lisa Satterfield, got back from their first trip to Haiti a few years ago, I wanted to go as well. Listening to them talk about the three children they sponsor, Sandley, Togo, and Roudeline, and hearing about the...
Real Connections – John Marlowe

Real Connections – John Marlowe

  I met Jameson in January 2011 on my first trip when I was a PA student. My memories of that trip are hazy. It was overwhelming in many ways—my first time to a developing country, my first mission trip, still a student doing medical work, seeing all these sweet...