Tag Archives: orphans

Blessed Unity

In my five years of serving with MAF in Lesotho, one of the things I have grown to appreciate the most is the missionary community. We are excited for each other’s breakthroughs, we mourn each other’s losses, we intercede and work together for God to be fully known and glorified here. We’re all on the […]

They That Wait

Source: USAID

I don’t know about you, but generally speaking, waiting is one of my least favorite activities. Why?

Perhaps it is due to being raised in a time-oriented culture of microwaves, fast food, fast cars, fast coffee, and lightning-fast internet. Maybe it is because it often “feels” like wasted time. Or, perhaps it is […]

A Time To Wait

Have you ever read something hundreds of times and then… WHAM… a new truth leaps from the page? That happened for me the last time I read about Elizabeth, mother of John the Baptist, in Luke 1:5-7 (NIV). This truth jumped out at me in verse six:

Elizabeth was righteous and blameless, obedient and […]

Let the Little Children Come

Your partnership with MAF helps a remote Haitian orphanage thrive

 

Not long after Danita Estrella-Watts responded to God’s call to open an orphanage in Ouanaminthe, Haiti, she discovered that the closest medical care required more than a car—she needed a plane.

Danita’s path first intersected with MAF in 2001 as she began to commute between Haiti’s capital […]