Devenel Joseph Scholarship Opportunity

As many of you may not know, but we have begun an exciting time at HHH.  For 15 years our mission has been to care for orphans.  That includes more than just providing room and board to children.  They have been attending school and church and have had the opportunities to learn different life skills along the way.  We are now transitioning a few into adulthood!

Our oldest two kids are now off starting their time as young adults.  Wisly & Madline, are off to great start!  Wisly is studying pre-med at College of the Ozarks in Southern Missouri and Madline works for HHH caring for the toddlers and assists Project Hope on a part time basis.  She has purchased her own land in Pignon and is planning the construction of her own home.  Remembering where these two started when they came to HHH – it is amazing to see God’s hand in their lives and we are constantly praying for their success.

The next young adult that is set to graduate from HHH is Devenel Joseph this June!

Attached is a flyer that Devenel helped to create.  (Devenel Joseph Scholarship)  He goes into detail about his career goals and how thankful he is that HHH was a part of his upbringing.  Our mission is to help find caring individuals that want to be a part of his next chapter in life and sponsor him to go to College in Haiti.

We previously posted about UCI and our desire to send our kids here for higher education.  

The cost to attend University in Haiti is about $2,250/year including room and board.  Over the next 15 years we have kids graduating, all with their own unique dreams and goals.  Make sure to designate your gift to “Scholarship Funds”.  If you have questions Heidi and I would be happy to talk with you – we are excited to be a part of this exciting time at HHH!

Virden, IL Visit

We had a great time this past Sunday visiting FBC Virden, IL.  We were in town for Heidi’s niece’s 1st B-day celebration and Pastor John Parrish was gracious enough to let us come by and present HHH, Inc. to his congregation.

FBC Virden Bulletin


We’d like to especially thank Steve and Debbie Kershaw who helped make the presentation seamless.  What a wonderful loving church.  We even got an offer from a 92-year young lady to make dresses  for the girls at HHH!  We also made a connection with the Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach who might be able to help us with medical supplies and equipment for clinic.

It was great to see the first page of the bulletin quoting Isaiah 6:8 – What a great verse to kick off a missionary presentation – Thank you for your prayers and donations.

FBC Virden Presentation


We also just heard that Countryside Christian Church is coming alongside us in our mission with HHH!  What an outstanding way to kick off a week.  Special Thanks to Tom and Amber Jones – who’ve been friends of ours for years.  God bless you guys!


Look what we dug up from their Senior Yearbook in 1998! (Sorry Amber!)