Keep Sharing What is Happening in Haiti!
Before we get started, I wanted to note that our “LaGrange Non Event Fundraiser” is quickly coming to an end. We have had this event continuing through the month of October, and if you are still interested in participating, just click here to learn more.
We greatly appreciate all that you are doing to help us keep Haiti and what is happening there in the forefront of people’s minds. So many of you have shared our posts and tried to inform people of how difficult things are and we just ask that you continue to push that narrative so that more people are praying and lifting up the people of Haiti. Please continue to pray for All Things New as well as we try to figure out our role in what is becoming a humanitarian crisis in that country.
Over the next few weeks we will continue blogging about Haiti, about some of the general issues surrounding orphan care, and about things that God is showing us during this time. If anything happens in Haiti that needs to be communicated, we will write about that as quickly as possible. We just want to keep communicating with you and letting you know that things are still happening with our ministry and in Haiti.
At the same time, we welcome any specific questions that you may have. Feel free to message us on Facebook, send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or contact us in any other way if you want to learn more about what is happening in the country. If you have a small group, church, or civic club that would like to hear what is happening then we would love to come and speak to your group. This is an important part of our ministry and we need as many groups praying for us and the country as possible.
The bottom line is let’s keep the conversation going. It is easy, especially with Christmas and Thanksgiving coming up, to forget about what is going on in other parts of the world. For now though, especially because many of you love our kids and the country, let’s keep sharing and asking people to lift this nation up in prayer. Thank you for what you have already done, and let’s keep it up!