Author: Kim Anderson

World Water Day 2017!


Last April, a group of individuals from central MN came together to experience Haiti. Each day while this team was on the ground they dedicated time to serve the students in Williamson. As the team was serving at the school, they were struck by the small well in the ground on the side of the

A Day in the Life of an 8th Grader…


Pictured: 8th Grade Class in Williamson, Haiti Have you ever wondered what a typical school day looks like in Haiti? Are you curious what your sponsored student is learning? Would you like to know what their classroom looks like and how many other students are in their class? The photo above is our 8th grade

A Day in the Life of a 7th Grader…


Pictured: 7th Grade Class in Williamson, Haiti Have you ever wondered what a typical school day looks like in Haiti?  Are you curious what your sponsored student is learning?  Would you like to know what their classroom looks like and how many other students are in their class?  The photo above is our 7th grade class

Toxic Charity Part II


Another goal of World Wide Village is to share the gospel and love of Jesus Christ, with humility. “We are not bringing Christ to poor communities. He has been active in these communities since the creation of the world, sustaining them, Hebrews 1:3 says, by His powerful Word. Hence, a significant part of working in

March Field Update


There are so many updates to share this month we don’t know where to begin! Here are just a few of the highlights from the last month in Haiti. Sewing Building Over the last year, a wonderful teacher has been offering after-school sewing classes to students in the WWV school in Williamson. A collection of

Sharing More Than Needles & Thread


By Kellie Fontaine (Renovation Church)   “One of the ways our team served during our trip to Haiti was through providing a sewing class and supplies for some of the women in Williamson. Fabric, thread, needles, elastic, scissors, and other sewing notions were among the gracious donations, filling two large suitcases. We were expecting to

Continuing the Mission in Haiti from Home


As a WWV team member, you have unique insights into the work of WWV and a valuable perspective about life in Haiti. Each step you take to stay involved builds upon your service in Haiti and expands its reach, enabling you to continue serving even after you return home. Here are some ways to stay

Faces of Haiti – Wislaine


We met Wislaine 3 years ago on a prayer walk in Williamson. She was at home with her sister, Mineze, caring for her young son and her nieces and nephews while her mother and other sisters were selling goods in the market to provide for the family.  Wislaine was very sweet and so happy to

The Impact of Sponsorship – Part I


We’ve all heard the stories of children in Haiti whose lives have been changed by sponsorship. Stories of the children from families who are unable to pay for school, but thanks to generous sponsors, now have the chance at a brighter future. It’s definitely heartwarming, but how do we know it really makes a difference?

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