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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Haitian students whispered excitedly as a small group of foreigners parked in the school driveway and unloaded a stack of black crates that never should have made it into the country. Full Story »

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Haiti is a country of conspicuous contrasts – a landscape both monochrome and vivid, and a people standing solidly, yet shaken to pieces. Full Story »

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Texas Baptists is coordinating mission trips to the Grand-Goâve area of Haiti (2.5 hours from Port-au-Prince). Chaplains, counselors, builders, doctors, nurses, eye doctors and any willing hard workers are needed for rebuilding projects and other mission opportunities. Full Story »

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Haitians need help, and they need it fast.

Robert Shehane just returned from a four-week stint in Haiti seeking missions opportunities and potential Church2Church partnerships on behalf of Texas Baptists in the first of what will be several trips to the region. Full Story »

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – The tremors of the January earthquake that rocked Haiti shook those as far away as Houston. Full Story »

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A Baptist Child & Family Services medical team left Feb. 12 for Port-au-Prince to aid the Haiti Children’s Rescue Mission, an orphanage that was sheltering a number of youth, ranging from infants to teenagers, many of whom were suffering from painful illnesses and injuries due to the quake. Full Story »

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SAN ANTONIO – Baptist Child & Family Services has been requested to provide medical care for children living at the Haiti Children’s Rescue Mission in Petionville, Haiti. Full Story »