A Harder-Working Hospital

In Tuesday’s blog, I shared the exciting news of a $90,000 matching grant that’s been made available for the ongoing construction of the new hospital in La Gonave. The grant, along with donations, will help get construction back on track for a September 2013 opening!

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A New Hospital

Your time is precious so I'll get right to it. I have just learned of a significant, but brief opportunity to help put the fundraising over the top for the new hospital on the island of La Gonave.

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I Choose Good News

Truth told, I am rather sick of hearing bad news. NBC’s "Special Report" on the Boston bombings is on in the other room and I, frankly, am just not that interested in seeing any more than I've seen already. Not sure I should feel this way, but I do. Don't misinterpret—I do care.

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Emergence

For as many years as the butterfly exhibit has made its Spring appearance at Frederik Meijer Gardens, not until this year had I taken it in.

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Of Justice and Shalom

Three years ago, I stood on the roof of one of the few remaining upright buildings in downtown Port-au-Prince, doing a 360, trying to take it in, if that were even possible.

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Heavenmarks

Early in the morning of March 11, up in the mountains of an island off mainland Haiti, I journeyed along with a couple dentists and their staff on remote and dangerous roads that led to a village hidden from the world.

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I Have Set My Sight…

“There’s a small hemorrhage in your left eye,” she said. “We need you to come back.” Wait, huh? Really?

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Waypoints

Speaking of places, I picked up a Garmin GPS the other day, the kind you need to have if you're planning to do wilderness hiking.

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