This summer, I had the amazing opportunity to serve with our team, Mondesir Hope in Cadelon, Haiti. This was my very first mission trip, so there were a lot of nerves and doubts going through my head going into the week of us leaving. Fears had me thinking that I should just stay home where I would be more comfortable and wouldn’t be pushed out of my comfort box.
Hi guys! My name is Hannah and I am the Chief Operations Officer of Mondesir Hope. I am so glad that you have found this blog post, and can’t wait for you to learn more about something that I am so passionate about.
This summer, I had the privilege of going to Haiti with Mondesir Hope. Being the child of two Haitian immigrants, it was always a dream of mine to visit the land that was home to the culture that shaped who I am today.
As a child, Abe Parry and his family had hardly anything.
When they moved from India to the U.S. when Parry was a third-grader, God provided for his family’s basic needs.
Years later, through numerous obstacles, the story of God’s provision continues to permeate Parry’s life
Between holidays and get-togethers, enjoyed by people of all ages, food is often a common denominator.
For Mondesir Hope, food is the starting point for ministry we aim to do in Lynchburg. At Mondesir Hope, our vision is to help those far away, in Haiti, but also to be ministers of hope here, to those near us.