Bonswa zanmim!

Bonswa zanmim!

Bonswa zanmim! means “Good afternoon my friend” in Creole.

Meghan Ward ’15 is interning in an orphanage in Haiti as she walks out the Grace University mission to be a servant leader in the home, church and world. She is sharing the love of Jesus by helping out with physical therapy, meals and activities, primarily with the 30 children at the orphanage who have special needs.

Check out what Meghan has to report:

“Generally, we start our mornings off by taking a few of the special needs kids out for a walk around the neighborhood.  The rest of our mornings are primarily dedicated to physical therapy.  Our afternoons are less structured, which has allowed to hangout in a more chill setting.  We have really loved having the freedom to do random activities such as jump roping with typical kids, holding sweet babies, or investing in special needs kids one-on-one.  It’s been crazy to see how much the Lord has multiplied our love for these kids in the short amount of time that we have been here.  HE IS SO GOOD!”