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Haiti - Mission of Grace

05.11.16 | Exploring Countries | by Kortni Lasater

    Next Trip: TBD

    About Haiti

    Haiti is one of TSC's Exploring Countries. What that means is we are currently working together on specific projects to see if God is calling us to partner with Haiti. TSC team leaders Sonja Morgan and Samantha Sellers have been flying to Haiti to work at the orphanage called Mission of Grace, where they have been going for the last couple of years to help with the orphans down there.

    You can click on the buttons below to learn more about Mission of Grace and their partnership with Project Hope. You may also email Samantha Sellers to learn more about the Haiti Mission Trips or sponsorships.

    Mission of Grace  Project Hope  Email Samantha

     

     

    Sponsor a Child

    Your annual sponsorship will provide two meals a day, books, uniforms, supplies and the teacher's salary for a student in our community.

    Youlodson Casirus

    Sponsor a Child

    2 Students at Mission of Grace sponsored by our World Cafe.

     

    Elysabeth Francois

     

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    About the Founder

    When a mudslide took many lives in the village of Carries in 2009, Linotte and Jean Joseph opened up their home and hearts with love and compassion and welcomed a hundred people to be fed bowls of spaghetti. When Linotte asked God how best she could serve this community that had no help or aid, she found the answer not far from her front door.

    Linotte walked across the street one day and found a young woman in labor and tried to help her, but by the time they had organized a vehicle to take the woman to a hospital an hour away, the expectant mother died. Linotte knew that this woman's death was so unnecessary, and could have been prevented if there was a clinic near by. At that moment she knew her mission was to serve this community. After the devastating earthquake in January 2010, Linotte and Jean started receiving missionary teams to come and help in the village: hosting medical clinics, community feedings, and food distribution, along with many other things.