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The Lord helped me to graduate in December, and here I am! I still live in Cap-Haitian, and I work in the Children’s Ministry at my church, and I continue to lead worship. I live with my family again, and I’m still taking some English classes. When I think about where I was four years ago and now, I have I learned so much.  My time here at Emmaus truly helped...
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I wasn’t from a Christian family at all…my mom served the demons, and my father was a witchdoctor. I was in the Haitian Catholic Church and school growing up, and one day our Sunday School teacher was having us sing for a program, and we were worshipping all the different members of the nativity, and it didn’t feel right to me. The whole thing didn’t feel right…I had learned the...
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***Due to the ongoing fragile nature of this first year student’s situation, we have decided not to share his name and photo. I grew up in Northern, Haiti, way out in the country, never with electricity or water. I grew up in a family many generations Catholic, well engrained in Voodoo. My parents, their parents, they have all been Catholic and Voodoo priests, generation after generation. So I was brought...
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I don’t know if you remember this from my story four years ago, but I wasn’t going to go into theology. End of story.  But when the Lord made it clear and I came, He blessed my obedience by giving me a family. At Emmaus I found my family, my brothers and sisters, the men and women who pray for me, support me, disciple me, mentor me, are my friends,...
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I grew up in a home that had a love for what God loves. We were not wealthy by any means, and even our church which my father helped build was built of coconut branches, and we had to rebuild it three times a year due to storms. But the love and sacrifice my father had for the Lord, preaching every Sunday and truly loving the people at my church…I...
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