On May 27th, I had the privilege to fly to Port-au-Prince, Haiti, with 5 other members of my church for a missions trip that lasted for one week. Upon arriving and departing the airport for our final destination in Temar, we were greeted by chaos to say the least. Driving through the streets was like playing Frogger involving humans and cars! It seemed as though everywhere we went we were greeted by kids asking for money, clothing, jewelry, shoes, and pretty much anything else visible that we owned. The only words a lot of the children knew were “give me” and “5 dollar”. Broke my heart to see that because of the circumstances, these children will grow up learning to beg to make a living rather than establishing a profession or learning a skill set.Read the full article and discuss it »
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