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January 9, 2020

There is a settled calm over the country, like a healing balm. After months of endless riots and violence, the new year has brought in a new peace. The opposition and gangs are tired, realizing that even their own kids and families have suffered enough. 4 months of education lost, that everyone finally agrees kids need to make up. The school year will likely run into the next September, with some schools even calling high school students to come on Saturdays to ensure...

December 11, 2019

To dream again… life inevitably brings pain, tragedy, and struggle at some point in our journey. We fight or run to get back to normal, back to rest and renewal, back to comfortable. But what if you just can’t seem to get back there? What if you’re held in a constant pattern of trauma, short-fall, sickness, or abuse? When life drags us down this path, even as we fight and resist, it is almost impossible to dream, to look ahead to the future, to think that it could ever...

December 4, 2019

« It was a dark and stormy night. ‘Antonio, Antonio, tell me a story!’ And so, Antonio began, ‘It was a dark and stormy night... » The story goes on to repeat itself, the perpetual round my dad loved to tell us anytime my nephew came to visit. Why? Because his name was Antonio and it was funny, even when it got old, to muse about what the story might be. I would imagine a pirate ship at sea, and embellish the story a little further each time in my head, even though dad...

November 18, 2019

A certain calm covered us, as we all agreed we had to go. There was no question. There’s too much to be done. Even though we have not been able to have teams come and we would not dare bring a group in at this time, we felt confident that we were supposed to come, and that we would get through. Marc, Tammy Love and I bought our tickets in faith, believing that a path would clear and we would be able to get back down to Haiti this November. 

As we boarded the plane on Fr...

July 13, 2019

We want to take a moment to give you some updates concerning the situation in Haiti, what’s been happening with Haiti ARISE this season and thank you all for your support during this time of uncertainty in the country. Since a year ago, last July, many riots and uprising have taken place due to the ever-growing discontent and challenges of the people under a corrupt government. Shocking discoveries of government officials being involved with corruption over the Venezue...

May 21, 2019

Project 90 is a group of students from the University of Calgary, who run hands-on design projects in partnerships with local non-profits to benefit projects locally and abroad. In 2016, Project90 partnered with Engineering Ministries International (EMI) to help design an administration building for the north Haiti Arise campus. This trip was a continuation of that project where we have had the opportunity to see the work that Haiti Arise is doing in Haiti. 

Over the pa...

 This season of teams is ending on a high note! Project 90 team is a group of engineering students from the University of Calgary. They will be doing some teaching at the Technical school and helping with the construction of the auto body shop as well as hanging out with the school kids and some painting and tiling at the Children's Village.

March 18, 2019

One month past the day that we were supposed to arrive home from Haiti with the NWMC team of 24 members. And all is quiet now; no more crisis, no more news coverage. Would you like to hear the rest of the story? Often times when we watch a news story about some devastation or scandal that has just broken out, we are bombarded with the event as it is happening, but we rarely learn the rest of the story. My nephew, Zach Taylor, wrote a song about that called, “After the...

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