Posts by Andi Lunsford

Family Fridays-Godly, Hope, and Benjamin

Make sure you don’t take things for granted and go slack in working for the common good; share what you have with others. God takes particular pleasure in acts of worship – a different kind of “sacrifice” – that take place in kitchens and the workplace and on the streets. Hebrews 13:16 MSG It has…

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Family Fridays- Melissa and Beverly

When Jeff and I visit families, we usually find them happy and friendly. Life in Haiti is difficult, but most people are managing the best they can and appear content. Occasionally God reminds us that this is not always the case. People in Haiti are exactly like people everywhere in the world. We all deal…

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Family Fridays- Ronaldson; Sendia, Richard, and Ricardo

Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you. Luke 6:38 I feel like every Friday I get to brag on the blessings God is pouring on Jeff…

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Family Fridays-Christnerlens, Missy-Midley, and Dervens

I have a slight touch of OCD. My family would definitely confirm this. This is sometimes helpful, and sometimes not. In consideration of that, every morning I plan out what I want to do for the day. I think about what I really need to do, and I start working towards doing those things. This…

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Family Fridays- Annaïca and Cassandre

Jeff and I set out this last Friday excited to do another home visit. I didn’t say this last week but home visits were not actually my idea. After praying this summer for direction, Jeff and I both felt we wanted to do something to reach out to the families of our students, and we…

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First HRCA Family Friday

I am a terrible blogger, I love to read, but I hate to write! Occasionally, though, there are things that are worth writing about. We are starting a new program at Hope Rising Christian Academy- Family Fridays! Every Friday our principal, Jeff Altea, and I are visiting the families of some of our 100 school…

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