It is time for my annual list of the most popular posts for the years. All posts were posted this year. I re-posted videos for posts that features just a video. Three of the most popular posts for the year featured videos. Another trend was that three Top 10 lists were among the most popular … Continue reading Top 10: Top Posts for 2010
A student at the TLC Barefoot School in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, works on classroom assignments. Texas Baptists have partnered with Siloe Baptist School in Grande-Guave, seeking sponsors to send impoverished Haitian children to a Christian school for $15 a month.Haiti was a country in turmoil before the earthquake that rocked Haiti almost a year. Education plays … Continue reading Haiti Education Project
Ronel and Ernest have landed in Houston. Ronel is finally home with his family. For more check out Ernest's Twitter or Debra's blog.
Ernest and Ronel along with others waiting to get out of Haiti are still stuck in the U.S. Embassy. Earlier today they were told my officials in the U.S. embassy it they got a flight they could leave the country. Well, Ernest got a flight and it seems that the officials in the U.S. embassy … Continue reading Update on Ronel & Ernest
Note: For live updates check out Ernest Parker's Twitter. I am re-posting this from Aaron Ivey's blog. The Ivey's were in the process of adopting from Haiti when the earthquake hit. Their son Amos was one of the children with Humanitarian parole who came home last Saturday on a military flight. 27 children from the … Continue reading Help Ronel Come Home
Keeping with this year's theme: Make a Difference I will be devoting more blog time to ways that impact the lives of others. The recent events have provided many ways to make a difference. Last week circumstances preventing me from blogging but I hope to be able to post more this week. So I guess … Continue reading Make a Difference: Real Hope for Haiti Rescue Center
Tuesday January 12th, a 7.2 earthquake rocked Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince. Hundred and possibly thousands are either injured, missing or presumed dead. Much of downtown has been demolished including the Parliament and many more buildings are seriously damaged. Haiti was already struggling to recover after several hurricanes destroyed much of the country's infrastructure in 2008. How … Continue reading Haiti Hit by 7.2 Earthquake