Read all the current happenings about Love Him Love Them here in Northeast Georgia and Haiti!
The New Book
The long awaited sequel to Flip Flops and Peanut Butter crackers is here! Read about Linda's continued journey with 30 orphans and how they are changing the world here and in Haiti. Hear Linda's stories about the miracles along the way as she preaches the gospel and fights the enemy!
CAto Fashions host shoe drive
American retailer of women's fashion and accessories, Cato Fashions, hosted a Shoe Drive at 13 of their location in Georgia and South Carolina. Hundreds of shoes were collected from generous donations or drop-offs. These shoes will be shipped to the country of Haiti, where kids, women, and men will be able to have shoes for work, school and everyday living.
REdaphca, Belinda and Eldo graduate!
It is with great pride and honor that Love Him Love Them presents our very own, Haitian Children's choir alumni, Redaphca, Belinda and Eldo in the graduating class of 2022! These three are the FIRST graduates from the orphanage in Haiti! Our beautiful Redaphca is graduating with a 3.9 GPA and is her class's Valedictorian and our precious Belinda is the Salutatorian! If you know these three graduates' stories you know they came from Haiti and their English was minimal. This is a TRUE MIRACLE and a testament to their hard work and dedication. Eldo, Belinda and Redaphca we are so proud of this amazing accomplishment and cannot wait to see what the Lord has in store for you three!
WHole Hart Wellness donates stretcher
Dr. Seawright and Nurse Practitioner, Brittany Lewis, of Whole Hart Wellness, in Hartwell, Georgia, donated this stretcher to Love Him Love Them. We will be sending this stretcher to our Valley of Hope Hospital in Gallette Chambon! We are so incredibly thankful for this GENEROUS gift! If you are in the Hartwell, Georgia area, make sure to stop by and check out their services and let them know Love Him Love Them sent you!
Love Him Love Them's CHurch provides well-water for doco
After a week and a half and 165 feet later, we hit WATER! This is in our Doco community, where we have a church planted. There is NOTHING here but we chose to plant a church here because many Haitians were sent here to live in tents after the 2010 earthquake. Our church will now be supply physical and LIVING water to the whole community! Praise God!!