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Sponsorship in 6 words

posted by Tom Davis

It was Abraham Lincoln who said (or perhaps wrote), “I’m sorry I wrote such a long letter. I did not have the time to write a short one.”  The discipline of brevity is not easily mastered. Distilling thoughts to their essence […]

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Haiti Update: Head of Haiti’s IBESR fired today

posted by Tom Davis

Madam Jeanne Bernard Pierre, Director of Haiti’s IBESR, was fired today. Just one week ago, the IBESR ordered the closure of the Son of God Orphanage for child neglect after receiving complaints from six U.S. organizations. Donations provided to the […]

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Haiti Update: “I was scared until you got here.”

posted by Tom Davis

Tiffany Cherry just returned from Haiti, having spent time with the kids relocated from Son of God Orphanage, and bringing the latest update and prayer needs. — Driving to the girls house where some of the girls were moved to, […]

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Son of God orphans relocated to questionable facility

posted by Tom Davis

ORGANIZATIONS ON GROUND IN HAITI SKEPTICAL OF ORPHAN RELOCATION FACILITIES Boys Relocated to Questionable Facility Following Gruesome Situation at Son of God Orphanage Following the news of relocation for the children at Son of God Orphanage, many relief organization members […]

Haiti’s First Lady Sophia Martelly statement on Son of God Orphanage Closure

posted by Tom Davis

The Haitian news and information Web site Haiti Libre reported that Haiti’s First Lady, Sophia Martelly, has issued the following statement regarding the closure of the Son of God Orphanage in Carrefour, Haiti. The full statement is posted on her […]

Haiti closes orphanage for neglect while campaign for wider investigation continues

posted by Tom Davis

Your voice has been heard. The government of Haiti acted swiftly yesterday as police moved on the Son of God orphanage in Haiti, blocked off the streets, and permanently closed the Son of God orphanage. Haitian authorities loaded children onto […]

Son of God Orphanage closed, more details to follow

posted by Tom Davis

An official statement is forthcoming… This type of change is impossible without your voice and the voice of thousands. Over 10,000 voices joined together on behalf of the children of the Son of God orphanage. The government has acted to […]

10,000 people sign petition to expose Son of God Orphanage

posted by Tom Davis

I was contacted by CNN investigative journalist, Amber Lyon, who reaffirmed her passion for helping Haiti and ending child trafficking by sending this story directly to her producers at CNN. And, we’ve been fielding calls from other major US news […]

Six Organizations Call for the Closing of Orphanage

posted by Tom Davis

Haitian Orphanage Accused of Abuse, Trafficking Children After continued visits to the Son of God Orphanage in Carrefour, Haiti, six charitable organizations (Adventures in Missions, Bridgeway Church, Timberline Church, Children’s HopeChest, Journey Community Church, and Respire Haiti) have challenged the […]

Haiti Human Trafficking: It’s easier to look away.

posted by Tom Davis

In less than 24 hours, close to 3,000 people have signed our Change.org petition urging CNN and investigative journalist Amber Lyon to bring international media attention to the current human trafficking at Son of God orphanage in Haiti. Please sign […]

Tell CNN to expose ongoing human trafficking of orphans in Haiti

posted by Tom Davis

Corrupt government officials in Haiti involved in Human Trafficking at Son of God orphanage outside Port-au-Prince.   The time has come to share the results of a 15-month investigation into suspected human trafficking at the Son of God orphanage in […]

A Year After the Haitian Earthquake

posted by Tom Davis

Today is the one year anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti. A year ago, one of modern times’ worst natural disasters struck one of the poorest nations. In seconds, roughly 10% of this capital’s population was killed or mortally wounded in a […]

What’s Happening in Haiti?

posted by Tom Davis

That’s the question I’m hoping to answer while on this trip. We landed this morning in Miami at 5:15 am EST which is 3:15 am Colorado time. At noon we will take a flight Puerto Plato, Dominican Republic, stay the […]

Our First Sponsored Orphanage in Haiti

posted by Tom Davis

We have been praying about what role Children's HopeChest needs to play in Haiti. Our goal is to have projects and community sponsorships with a number of orphanages and walk with them for years to come as they rebuild. We want to […]

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Touching the Image of Jesus: Part 3
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Touching the Image of Jesus: Part 2
When we left Alexandra, she was wondering how she was going to raise $3,411 to travel across the world with a group of Christians she didn't know. She wasn't a Christian and had no church. But she did feel deeply compelled to get on this trip to the Ludlati CarePoint. So she decided to enter a

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Touching the Image of Jesus: Part 1
[caption id="attachment_2722" align="alignright" width="300"] Alexandra, looking ready.[/caption] Sometimes there's a lot more going on than we can see with our physical eyes. At least, that appears true in the case of Alexandra Warwick. I first introduced you to Alexandra in this post, Reje

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