Day 22: Mission Complete!

As we pack our bags and head home today, it is difficult to put this trip into words. We can be nothing but thankful to God for His...

Day 21: Citadelle

For our final full day in Haiti, we visited northern Haiti's greatest historical landmark, the Citadelle. The trip was somewhat of a...

Day 20: Haiti's Heart-Warming Kids

So yesterday was a "fish day", which made my day. Today was a "kid" day, which made the rest of the team's day! One final day with the...

Day 19: Look How Far We've Come!

Today was a fish day. We completed our final fisheries surveys of the trip by visiting two fishing communities. However, today I...

Day 18: Farewell At Danitas

This morning we said farewell to our two visiting professors, David and Scott, and after church, we said farewell to Danitas. We...

Day 17: The Smiles Say It All

Today we were privileged to take the 11th grade class of Danitas Children to the beach. While these kids grow up on a Caribbean island,...

Day 16: Faith, Fun and Fort Liberte

With our clinic work complete, the day was filled with variety. A small team went out to a fishing community for a survey while back on...

Day 15: Biology As Missions

The time at Danitas has been incredible for our students. Today we wrapped up our third and final day in the clinic, and our students...

Day 13: Digging In At Danitas

Today our students got right into their work at Danitas pediatric medical clinic. We have set up three teams of students and professors...

Day 12: On to Ouanaminthe

Day 12. Wow... is it really Day 12??? In some ways the trip seems to be flying by, and in other ways we have accomplished, seen and...

Day 11: Sunday = Sabbath

Today was a rest day, and well-deserved! This team was incredible this past week. They took incredible strides in their water skills,...

Day 10: Environmental Missions

This morning we continued the underwater survey work, with our dive team completing transects on the Cormier reef. But the highlight of...

Day 9: Back to Amiga

Today we headed back to Amiga Island, but this was not a simple day on the beach. Today was the first day of underwater data collection....

Day 8: Bluewater Bonanza

Today was another day in the water. We spent the morning teaching snorkeling technique and getting a bit closer to the reef right off...

Day 7: Haiti From Below

Today was our first real day of coral reef work. We went to our primary study site on Amiga Island, where we are partnering with the...

Day 6: Opening Eyes

There are many exciting elements to our Haiti Travel Study. That is what makes this an entirely unique experience. We have already...

Day 4: Rest Up... Monday's Coming

Sunday was a day of rest for our team... we have a BIG week ahead. So after a morning Haitian church service (two hours where we didn't...

Day 3: Labadeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

Today we took fourteen 7th graders from the local school to the beach to teach them paddleboarding and snorkeling. Truth be told, there...