The Starfysh Story: Act 1

Back in 2009, after 17 years of going down every year to treat the sick in a remote village on a remote island off Haiti's mainland, God seemed to stir in me a sense that there was something bigger.

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Uplifting Stories & Good News

The US Mail will soon be delivering the latest edition of Starfysh News to people on our snail-mail list. If you can’t remember ever receiving our printed newsletters, please reply with your regular address so we can deliver to your home some good, hard-copy stories and pictures and updates of our work.

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Loosening Our Grip

Our end-of-year fundraiser galas have grown bigger and been more successful every year, so we know our decision to take a break from holding a fundraiser this year left some of you scratching your heads wondering why.

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I Love Ya, Tomorrow

A few weeks ago a west-heading Cat 4 hurricane turned its eye due north toward Haiti, as if on purpose. We held our collective breath. The storm's center passed over Haiti's southern claw, its merciless 145 mile-per-hour winds destroying homes and farms, trees and livestock.

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Rising to the Occasion

The world has just watched Haiti come through yet another devastating act of nature…Hurricane Matthew. We must rise to the occasion.

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A Call to Pray

This morning as I write, a category 4 hurricane is breathing down the next of precious Haiti.

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Shark Tank

2016 finds us at critical mass. Having grown, having proven ourselves and, most importantly, having proven God's hand in our work, we enter…the shark tank.

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On Mission!

Starfysh's work in Haiti took a significant step forward this Summer with the arrival of the Kulfan family to the island of La Gonave. We are excited to see how God will use them in moving the needle on our work over the next couple of years.

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A Story Worth Telling

We have decided to start sending out much more frequent updates by email, allowing a more immediate and responsive connection. A real-life drama is being played out on a certain little Caribbean island. It's a story worth telling.

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