Unkown

Every child in Vladimir Bryant Foundation’s Little Hearts Home in Haiti has a special story of how they were chosen by God to be with us.

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Widza Bryant
Unkown

I will never forget that day. We pulled up in front of his home – a tiny wooden shack – and saw him in his wheelchair. As we walked up to him sitting there, he smiled the biggest smile and lit up that dark place. If we didn’t know any better, we would have thought Johnny had everything a person could want. He barely had anything at all. We instantly fell in love with him and knew at that moment why we were there.

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Toni-Ann Smith

Although everything about this experience was memorable and incredible, my favorite part was the visitation to Little Hearts Home. We played musical chairs, soccer, basketball and even sang songs of worship. I cannot put into words how much this short period of time out of the entire trip meant to me, and the impact it had on my life. It was something I never experienced before and will never forget.

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Bordain Smith

The best part about being at the Vladimir Bryant Foundation was spending time with the kids. The kids just have so much joy and energy that you can’t help but smile when you see them. Just to be able to visit them and show them God’s love was such a blessing and an amazing experience.

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Jessica Saranzak

Although my visit to the Little Hearts Home in Haiti was a short five days, it’s hard to put into words the impact that it had on me. The love that I saw displayed to the children by the staff was like nothing I had ever witnessed before. The ladies and gentlemen who care for these precious babies were clearly handpicked by God. Upon entering the home it was very evident that these children are very loved, and the love is that real kind of love that only an obedient servant of God can give.

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Sona Hussian

My experience in Haiti through the Vladimir Bryant Foundation was amazing and all it took was five days for me to fall in love with the country, the people, and the foundation.

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Anais Hussian

I do not think that words can adequately describe my experience, during our trip, to the Little Hearts Home with VBF this summer, but I will try. As someone who works with individuals with disabilities, I was absolutely devastated to hear how these children and their families are treated in Haiti.

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Jaime Hitchcock

I really miss all you wonderful people. You made this trip an experience through providing for us with delicious food, a place to sleep, and best of all those kids. I am honored to help support your foundation.

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Brian Harris

As I sit here listening to Matthew West’s “Do Something”, I am reflecting this Sunday on all of the mission trips I have gone on. I reflect on our visit to the kids in Haiti and hearing the part of the song where West sings to God, “Why don’t you do something” when it comes to the pain and suffering of the world and God responds “I did, I created you.” That is a huge five-word response that shut me up and opened my ears the first time I heard it on the radio. Now to me, it can be an ego thing to sit there and think that God created me to help others in need, but I want to focus on the reverse. God created our brothers and sisters living and working in Haiti as well to teach us lessons and to reach out to us.

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Widza Bryant