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God's plans - not ours
Posted on Thursday, March 27, 2014 by Uma Shankardas
The Westport team had plans for Day 1 - study, crafts, etc. but God had other plans for the day. The team did not even make it to the home today as per the plan they had. God (and Lucy) had a whole different plan for them today. [continue reading]

Our Westport family is back!!!!!
Posted on Wednesday, March 26, 2014 by Uma Shankardas
A very tired team from Westport drove into the courtyard of the new GanSabra home, in the evening. A very special and warm welcome by the very excited kids as they stood in line with welcome signs. My heart is filled with Joy as I witness how the kids so joyfully and warmly embrace yet another team from 'their Westport family'. Proudly showed us around their new home, and lost no time before they sang a bunch of new songs and recited new scriptures they have learned. [continue reading]



Heavy Hearts
Posted on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 by Amy Seale
This morning the staff and students of Jubilee School in Honduras woke with heavy hearts to the news that Joel, the husband of new Fourth Grade Teacher Profesora Karol and father of fourth grade student Josue, had passed away. Joel has had a heart condition since birth and has defied all medical odds, living until his 30th birthday. Please keep Joel's wife and two sons, Josue and Santiago (pictured above with Joel) in your prayers. Please pray for his sister Gabi, who is also a Pre-K teacher at Jubilee School, as well as family and friends. [continue reading]

One Miracle at a Time
Posted on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 by Mike Douris
Orphan Outreach was started with the hope we could focus on the individual child and make a real difference in their life. If you look at this photo it reflects that principal in each individual face child and staff alike. [continue reading]

Where is Audrey?
Posted on Wednesday, March 12, 2014 by Mike Douris
It is an easy thing to forget - familiarity, denial, a smile that looks normal, child resiliency - the smells of open sewage, avoid the black plastic flying toilets while walking between tin homes of pain and suffering. The horror and shock of the first time - a distant memory replaced by cognitive compartmentalizations - focusing on hope not life in the present. [continue reading]

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