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  • Helping Haiti: A week of service in review

    Helping Haiti: A week of service in review

    Sunday, July 7 2013 7:58 PM EDT2013-07-07 23:58:51 GMT
    Monday, July 8 2013 1:15 PM EDT2013-07-08 17:15:01 GMT
    Haiti is a beautiful Caribbean island nation still trying to recover from the devastating earthquake in 2010, but a team from Fredonia Hill Baptist Church in Nacogdoches is trying to change that. "TheyMore >>
    Haiti is a beautiful Caribbean island nation still trying to recover from the devastating earthquake in 2010, but a team from Fredonia Hill Baptist Church in Nacogdoches is trying to change that. "TheyMore >>
  • Nacogdoches church members explain why they're going to Haiti

    Nacogdoches church members explain why they're going to Haiti

    We re-introduced you to Zac and Becky Weems of Nacogdoches last night. The couple's adoption of two sisters from Haiti has led to a powerful and successful mission program originating right here in EastMore >>
    We re-introduced you to Zac and Becky Weems of Nacogdoches last night. The couple's adoption of two sisters from Haiti has led to a powerful and successful mission program originating right here in East Texas. On July 1 the Weems will take 25 East Texans to Haiti. It's one of three annual trips to the impoverished country. East Texas News talked to several of the mission team's members Thursday. They're all looking forward to the trip and the service they'll provide.More >>
  • Leaders of Nacogdoches mission trip share emotional connection to Haiti

    Leaders of Nacogdoches mission trip share emotional connection to Haiti

    Three years after a devastating earthquake in Haiti, a Nacogdoches family is still helping the impoverished nation. Zac and Becky Weems lead three mission trips a year to the impoverished country. PriorMore >>
    Three years after a devastating earthquake in Haiti, a Nacogdoches family is still helping the impoverished nation. Zac and Becky Weems lead three mission trips a year to the impoverished country.More >>
  • HELPING HAITI DAY 8: Goodbye, Haiti

    HELPING HAITI DAY 8: Goodbye, Haiti

    HAITI (KTRE) - We're starting our trip home at 9 a.m. and I expect to hit my pillow around 1 a.m. Tuesday. I've made new acquaintances and even friends which I'll keep for life. There are faces of peopleMore >>
    We're starting our trip home at 9 a.m. and I expect to hit my pillow around 1 a.m. Tuesday. I've made new acquaintances and even friends which I'll keep for life. There are faces of people who I will never see again but are forever etched in my memory. It's been an honor to meet with and pray with the Christian leaders of this country.More >>
  • Helping Haiti Day 7: Reflections

    Helping Haiti Day 7: Reflections

    We've had new adventures every day in Haiti. About every hour not spent in bed or on the bus, each of us experience a funny, sweet, emotional or challenging moment. As our trip winds down and we get readyMore >>
    We've had new adventures every day in Haiti. About every hour not spent in bed or on the bus, each of us experience a funny, sweet, emotional or challenging moment. As our trip winds down and we get readyMore >>
  • Helping Haiti Day 6: Water Source

    Helping Haiti Day 6: Water Source

    On Saturday, it was back to Merger for another round of Vacation Bible School. I went on an adventure with Roger Russell, who's come on the trip to investigate the community's water resources. RussellMore >>
    On Saturday, it was back to Merger for another round of Vacation Bible School. I went on an adventure with Roger Russell, who's come on the trip to investigate the community's water resources. RussellMore >>
  • HELPING HAITI DAY 5: The struggle

    HELPING HAITI DAY 5: The struggle

    HAITI (KTRE) - The Fredonia Hill Baptist Church group split into two groups Friday. One group got up at 5 a.m. and went back to Merger for Vacation Bible School. The second got to sleep in and went upMore >>
    HAITI (KTRE) - The Fredonia Hill Baptist Church group split into two groups Friday. One group got up at 5 a.m. and went back to Merger for Vacation Bible School. The second got to sleep in and went up the mountain to Kencoff for another medical clinic. I joined the medical team.More >>
  • HELPING HAITI DAY 4: Independence Day

    HELPING HAITI DAY 4: Independence Day

    HAITI (KTRE) - I'm 36 years old and spending the Fourth of July outside the United States for the first time in my life. The mission team returned to Merger Thursday to hold another medical clinic. OnceMore >>
    I'm 36 years old and spending the Fourth of July outside the United States for the first time in my life. The mission team returned to Merger Thursday to hold another medical clinic. Once that was finished, we grabbed a sack lunch before visiting with members of the community.More >>
  • HELPING HAITI DAY 3: Planting the seeds

    HELPING HAITI DAY 3: Planting the seeds

    HAITI (KTRE) - Becky and Zac Weems have been on mission trips to Haiti several times. They've held Vacation Bible Schools, soccer camps and just lent support when needed. But this time around, they haveMore >>
    Becky and Zac Weems have been on mission trips to Haiti several times. They've held Vacation Bible Schools, soccer camps and just lent support when needed. But this time around, they have a long-term goal in mind.More >>
  • HELPING HAITI DAY TWO: Who's serving who?

    HELPING HAITI DAY TWO: Who's serving who?

    Today, Fredonia Hill Baptist Church brought Vacation Bible School to Haiti. Dr. Jacob Benard runs the Bethel Guest House and Orphanage. It was only the guest house, where missionaries stayed before the earthquakeMore >>
    Today, Fredonia Hill Baptist Church brought Vacation Bible School to Haiti. Dr. Jacob Benard runs the Bethel Guest House and Orphanage. It was only the guest house, where missionaries stayed before the earthquake struck.More >>
  • HELPING HAITI INTRO: How I got here

    HELPING HAITI INTRO: How I got here

    Sometimes listening to God can put you in strange situations. I was in Sunday School at Fredonia Hill Baptist a couple months ago when our teacher gave us a pen and paper and had everyone be quiet andMore >>
    Sometimes listening to God can put you in strange situations.More >>
  • Lufkin hospital donates to church's Haiti mission trip

    Lufkin hospital donates to church's Haiti mission trip

    A Lufkin hospital has made a significant donation to a Nacogdoches church's mission trip to Haiti.Woodland Heights has donated two big boxes filled with common medical supplies like bandages, NeosporinMore >>
    A Lufkin hospital has made a significant donation to a Nacogdoches church's mission trip to Haiti.More >>
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