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The Day After Easter
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The pastel eggshells are in the garbage and candy wrappers are strewn all over the kid’s bedrooms. We went to church yesterday and the minister was hyped. The band was hyped. And the faithful were hyped. Alongside Christians all over the world, we sang about how death couldn’t hold Him down. About how He saved us all. About how He set us free. We talk about the good news and how we are supposed to go out and give it to all the world. About how Jesus is alive.
With All My Heart
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When her face peaked in through the gate of the orphanage, I had no idea how much it would change the course of my life. She knocked sheepishly, yet in anticipation, clutching a small bag of fruit by her side. She was there to see her son...
It’s Always Hard to Come Back to Haiti
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It’s always hard to travel back to Haiti. Partially because I feel so much like my home is still in Haiti and my life straddles two worlds as I make that decision to put my family’s current needs first (as I should) above being physically present in Haiti all the time with the work that is so dear to me.
A Butterfly Story
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Today I think I got the message. Don’t give up. It isn’t time yet. The smallest act of kindness in a big and daunting and somewhat hopeless world still has value. And if we stop the kindness, where will we be then? It is the only thing that allows our hope to live on. So today, as I am encouraged to continue on in these acts of kindness and perseverance, I hope you are too. And in the end, I believe that collectively we will be part of bringing HOPE to many- including ourselves.
The Value in Handmade - Missional Purchasing
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While we stay at home and wait it out, most around the world are suffering much more than we are and they don’t have our safety nets. If you would like to help us in our work in Haiti directly, please consider a purchase from papillonmarketplace.com, a donation to papillonempowerment.org or ask us about how to buy in bulk and resell for us! And please encourage others in your sphere of influence to do the same...
Covid-19 Pandemic (A Note From Our Founder)
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The situation in Haiti was already precarious in 2019 as the country continued to endure political upheaval, riots, and
Top 5 sustainable things we do to honor creation!
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The passage of Earth Day and the fact that so much of creation has thrived as we have taken the Covid-19 pause so seri
Big Announcement - We're Moving!
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Almost ten years ago, after the earthquake, I found myself standing in a yard that is forever etched in my memory. Maybe it was because it felt so odd and a little out of place in the dusty aftermath of devastation to see an old ranch style property that looked like...
Gratitude & Thanksgiving Memories - Haiti
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Thanksgiving is tomorrow and I can’t help but reminisce on the many Thanksgivings that were held in my dining room in

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