This is my search section here
Harbor of Hope
desktop

Staff Blog

El Mirador - Global Update

Posted by Kelly Tibbitts on

Follow the journey of our global team in El Mirador, Dominican Republic.    Day 1 What started at 4AM in the airport in Worcester ended with us finally arriving in El Mirador to a swarm of kids just before 7:30PM. It was a surprisingly exciting drive as a large chunk of the drive is...

Harbor Year in Review: 2017

Posted by Emma Liddle on

Together, we are his house, built on the foundation of the apostles and the prophets. And the cornerstone is Christ Jesus himself. (Ephesians 2:20) Hello Harbor! It’s hard to believe it, but here it is: 2017 is already coming to a close and 2018 is already on the horizon. It’s hard...

Charlottesville

Posted by Emma Liddle on

Racism is alive and well in the United States. There’s no denying it. In case you’re tempted to say it’s “gone,” that the civil rights movement changed all that, that we are all equal, that race-based discrimination and white privilege don’t exist, all you...

Bear Hunts and Obstacles

Posted by Danielle Athanas on

There’s a children’s book called “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt” that leads a family through woods, grass, a river, a snowstorm, and a cave on their way to find the ever elusive bear. As they come upon each obstacle, they realize that they can’t go over it, they...

Holy Week: Sunday's Coming

Posted by Emma Liddle on

Holy week began this past Sunday with Palm Sunday. But I went through that day without really thinking about that. Sure, I knew it on the back of my mind, but it was sitting nestled between my usual, daily obligations (getting to work on time, getting the baby fed and dressed, meetings, etc.)...

Previous123