Near the hills of Monte Plata in the Dominican Republic sit four brightly colored cottages in sherbet orange, sky blue, banana yellow and mint green. These cottages may look like any typical stucco, flat-roofed Dominican home, but from inside these cottages flows a river of hope and love. Full Story »
As the 12 Dominican children (11 boys and one girl ranging from about eight years old to 14) sat around the large dinner table at Betesda Children’s Home in La Romana, one-by-one they began to share what they want to be when they grow up.
A fireman. An architect. A chef. A pilot. An astronaut, baseball player, carpenter, engineer and teacher. And the answers went on and on. Full Story »