A Photo Tribute to A People


Whose Living Motto Is


"We Make Do"

We are privileged to share these photos with you. They were taken in 2003 when Don & Janet Meadows accompanied a group from Michigan on an information gathering trip to Haiti.  We are very much aware that things have changed greatly since the 2010 earthquake.  We offer this page with love and respect for a poor, but proud, people who are living examples of their motto: "We Make Do."


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Don's Haiti Journal Singing you hear is by the younger group pictured on this page at the church we attended the first Sunday in Haiti.  The church was destroyed by the earthquake. After the Quake

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As you can

clearly see

Janet (left)

and Larry

Alspaugh could

take lessons

from Pastor

Don (right)



Seminary student killed here in earthquake


Soni's Mended Wings

  Soni, at left, signs the book written about his being the inspiration for the "Wings of Hope" mission in the mountains of Haiti.  Mentally and physically challenged, he was a resident in an orphanage which was taken over by street children.  It is an inspiring story of the work that has been done by Michael Geilenfield in Haiti since 1985.  Michael is the founder and director of St. Joseph's Home for Boys in Port au Prince.  Our group stayed there during our time in Haiti.   You can learn more on the Internet.