Whitehorse Goes To Haiti

After several years of waiting, praying, and with a growing yearning to be involved in missions, a team of eleven people (six women, five men) from the Whitehorse Church of the Nazarene (including one we adopted from Kelowna) were blessed with the opportunity to serve and be served on a work and witness trip to Haiti in March 2015. After our 24 hours of travel from Whitehorse, we were greeting by Darin and Tonya Kucey, our coordinators in Port–au–Prince. After navigating a maze of people at the airport, we had the time of our lives riding to the Nazarene property in a “cage truck,” seeing the sights and hearing the sounds of Haiti for the first time. Our plan was to do some work at a school

A Step in the Right Direction

When I was growing up it was assumed my siblings and I would all get an education. It wasn’t planned or pushed upon us but rather it was simply assumed. It was a hard lesson for me when I realized that many people do not have a great start in life. Many people are at a real disadvantage simply because there is another assumption at work for them which says, “Don’t bother trying. You are not going to amount to much anyway.” Whether that is passed down the family line or spoken out of years of anger and bitterness, it generally hits the mark – in the heart and spirit of the child. When I start a new program at the Correctional Centre on any given Tuesday morning, the thoughts that run through

Ambrose Update

These days continue to be exciting for our national denominational school. Keep up to date on all the Ambrose news at www.ambrose.edu

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