• Kristin Kirk
  • Karin Harrison
  • Jeff Crawford
  • Jessie Aja
  • Alex Boyle
  • Kyle Martin
 
 
  • Kristin Kirk

    In July of 2000, an American Airlines jet touched down on the tarmac of the Haitian International Airport carrying sixteen American teenagers from a small Detroit suburb. I didn’t know then how this small, impoverished country would deeply impact my life.

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  • Karin Harrison

    I never thought I’d go on a mission trip. I was always quite content to live in my world of relative wealth and comfort. God had something else in mind for my life.

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  • Jeff Crawford

    Nine years ago I had the privilege to travel to Haiti for the first time with Raincatchers. I was then a sophomore in high school and entirely engulfed in my own, small world of skateboarding and the latest punk rock band.

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  • Jessie Aja

    When you return home from Haiti, don’t look around at your plenty, your excess, and your privilege and feel things like guilt or pity for the Haitians. Those are unproductive emotions.

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  • Alex Boyle

    Working together as one to provide fresh water for them gave me a sense of unity with mankind – it showed me we’re all here to support one another regardless of our history, culture or status. I saw more love and appreciation in the Haitian children from a simple cereal bar and pair of shoes, than I ever witness in my “usual” life.

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  • Kyle Martin

    This setting is a contradiction – or at least a contradiction of everything that you’ve grown up to know. Here is only clay so red that it stains your clothes, skin and heart.

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