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Smiles That Bring Joy While Serving in Jamaica

PVI Danielle Turcotte introduces some of the smiling faces that bring her joy while serving in the community of Cross Keys. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3NVI_X0CQE&w=560&h=315] Please consider supporting Danielle and her fellow PVIs: Kathryn, Natalie, Brendan, and Sean in their work with the people of Jamaica. Make A Donation

My Life in Jamaica

PVI Sean Clores shares about his experiences in Jamaica and how it’s impacting his life. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHiDNWlFI3g&w=560&h=315] Please consider supporting Sean and his fellow PVIs: Kathryn, Danielle, Brendan, and Natalie in their work with the people of Jamaica. Make A Donation

Unforgettable August

Written By Kathryn Keane It is incredible how much things can change in just a month; August has been an extreme example of this for me here in Jamaica.  Leading into August, the previous volunteers took us under their wings and introduced us to our missions. I watched each of them in complete admiration of […]

Greetings From Jamaica!

PVI 2011-12 Orientation is underway! The Volunteers will spend the next month building community and going through formation to help prepare them for their year of service. We are blessed to have presenters who have extensive background and experience serving and living in Jamiaca. We’ll be learning about “Kingston Ministries,” “The Caribbean Christ,” “History of the […]

The Gift of Giving

      By Chanel Marin Ledi never lets us leave her house without enjoying a cup of coffee, bread, and a small meal.  When she serves our plate, we always receive the biggest portion, even though she struggles financially.  Last week on an afternoon visit, she served our dinner and proceeded to serve a […]

Hope Restored

By Sean Clores Coming back from a tough day, I was in a really down mood. It felt like I wasn’t making any progress and almost as if I didn’t belong here. As I reached the church grounds, I saw a few kids from St Theresa’sBasicSchool. San Jay and Kemara, two five year olds, came […]