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  • Pursuit of the Presence of God

    We often talk about how Haiti is a “thin place.” This is a concept laid out in the Celtic church. It is a place where heaven is so close to earth that our connection with heaven seems tangible. It's rare that someone is on a trip and doesn't hear from God.   Read More...

  • I Have Found My People

    “We are longing for purpose and destiny to be revealed to us, but God desires to connect us through relationships with His people. There we will find His purposes for our lives!" - Heidi ReisznerIn short, what Heidi Reiszner was saying, she later shared, “Find your people. Find your purpose.” Becoming an official part of the Coreluv family in October of 2016, as a student in Coreluv’s School of Missions (SOM) program, I can confidently say, “I have found m...  Read More...

  • I can't believe this is actually my life!

    I am actually a full-time missionary. I can't believe this is actually my life! My childhood dreams are coming true!   Read More...

  • Teamwork Makes the Dream Work!

    "Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much." ~ Helen KellerNo matter how much talent we may possess, we are always going to be better when we are working with a team. Team work makes the dream work. It really, really does!   Read More...

  • These Kids Don't Have Mums

    If you have been in Texas during the fall, odds are you know the overwhelming ordeal that is, Texas high school homecoming. The tradition is that the boy would buy or make his date a mum, and the girl would make or buy her date a garter and they would exchange these prior to homecoming day. A homecoming mum is an arrangement of ribbons, artificial flowers, and often stuffed animals or trinkets that relate to the wearer’s interests and extracurricular activities. The girl will wear the mum a...  Read More...

  • Love in a Relentless Manner

    The month of July was a pivotal moment in my life. I learned what it meant to truly love in a relentless manner, how to die to myself, what I am supposed to do in life, and the name of an orphan. The funny thing is, I never planned on learning any of these things. In fact, I never planned on going to Haiti.In the winter of 2015 I was at church and Coreluv had come to speak about what it means to defend the orphan.   Read More...

  • Where Did You See Jesus Today?

    Before we introduce our mission teams to any of the children or staff in Myan, we walk up a hill that overlooks our property, which we’ve called “prayer hill.” On the hill, we share the vision and story of Coreluv, as team members gaze upon God’s work. We offer each team member the opportunity to pray over the things seen and unseen.As we led a recent team up the hill, the scenery of the Myan Health Center, Myan School, and Myan Children’s Village were not the only things that took our breath aw...  Read More...

  • Life Is Not About Me, But About Being A Servant

    In June of 2016, I had the opportunity to spend almost a month in Haiti as a Coreluv intern.Throughout my time in Haiti God altered my life in ways that I never expected.As June was approaching, I had several emotions regarding living in a house full of people I did not know, for almost a month, in another country. I had only been to Haiti once before for eight days in July of 2015, and fell completely in love.When emotions and nerves would begin to rise, the Lord would quickly remind me of the ...  Read More...

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