06th Dec

Book Review: The Big Truck That Went By

Working in Haiti, you hear the same questions time and time again… Though I hear these questions often, I don’t grow tired of answering them. These are questions I asked myself when I first started working in Haiti. Before traveling there in March 2012, I was like so many other people in that most of […]

03rd Dec

Haitian Creations Fundraiser

For our new fundraiser, we are proud to present products from Haitan Creations, an awesome organization that focuses on empowering the local community with a trade and providing them with a large market of buyers like you. Their mission statement is this: We are all about our artists! This ministry is not just about charity […]

30th Nov

Orphan Awareness Month: Deborah

With a grin as wide as his arms were spread, Isaiah bellowed, “Hallelujah!” when the judge completed our adoption. And I felt schizophrenic. My emotions waffled all day. One minute the kids’ contagious joy consumed me only to collapse under the weight of loss and heartbreak. For me, our family may be physically made up […]

25th Nov

Orphan Awareness Month: Cassie

Hi, I’m Cassie. Stay at home mom to my kids. Celebrating my 5,/6/7/8th  wedding anniversary. Part-time missionary who travels the world with my little family. This was what 30 looked like when I was 19. Meet the husband in MBSF (college ministry) while on some kind of mission trip, get married, start a family after […]

18th Nov

Orphan Awareness Month: Anna

Hello there. We are the crazy Morgans –  Jacob (the dad), Anna (the mom), Eric (the son), Walter (the Weimaraner), and Jubilee (the lab/spaniel). Not pictured: Our son, Eric. We are still on our journey of getting our kiddo home. This is our son. We are in the very last stages of adopting Eric, a […]

12th Nov
Eric and Bethany at the Apparent Project

When I am Distant, He is Enough.

Yesterday was a hard day. I was just sick of myself. Ever have those days? Tired of the same old you waking up and being stuck in the same ruts? I was, I am. I sat down to blog, like I have been trying to do for the past week, and nothing would come out. […]

04th Nov
Ashley's Silly Family

Orphan Awareness Month: Ashley.

Hi. I’m Ashley. I’m a mom of three. This is my silly family. Inside the walls of our home, we operate just like any busy family. I spend my early mornings packing lunches for school, signing assignment pads, determining what my morning grump will eat for breakfast while making a ponytail for my early riser, […]

04th Nov

It’s Orphan Awareness Month!

Did you know that the month of November is Orphan Awareness Month? Like every year, we love to use this month to step back and see how we as a couple are contributing to the orphan aide across the world. Living in the age of computers and technology, it’s super easy to support a child […]

30th Oct

Guest Post: Hi, My name is Haley.

Haley is one of those girls who you know God is going to use to do something big in this world. Her heart for Haiti, the kids at Life is Hope and for Christ is in a word, contagious. Her laughter and humorous spirit breathe joy into the little moments of life when you are […]

21st Oct
Jason Clark

Guest Post: Hi, My Name Is Jason.

Jason is one of those kind of guys who my old youth pastor would describe as “solid” – an all around good man, compassionate, joyful and firm on a foundation of Christ and who He is. He’s been with joining with PPM since 2011, taking trips to Haiti each year. The relationships he and his […]

17th Oct

5 Minutes of My Day: De-segregation

It’s Sunday morning and I’m with a team who comes to Haiti often. They are a beautiful example of consistent and long-term partnership, returning back to the same community and partnering with the same local pastor. Even more exciting is that the team is even working within the church plants that have come from the […]

14th Oct

8 Things Disney’s Pocahontas Taught Me About Missions

We all know Pocahontas is boss. She’s the epitome of what every young girl wants to be, or at least to me she always was. Long dark flowy hair (that never tangles, even as she runs the hidden pine-trails of the forest) perfectly tanned skin without a single freckle, she holds eagles on her arms with […]