Haiti Bloggers 2012

On October 8-12 Help One Now is bringing an amazing group of bloggers to Haiti to tell the stories of the orphans who are living a hope-filled life, the leaders who are making a difference, and the communities that are being transformed. We pray that you will be able to experience Haiti in a way that you never have before through the words and images that come from this team.

Follow our team on Twitter and watch the #Help1Haiti hashtag for live updates and conversations.

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Meet the Team

Bloggers

ERIKA MORRISON

Share a cup of tea with Erika Morrison and you’ll likely find your chi balanced, your heart stirred, and the earth beneath you thrust heavenward. She’s a Spirit-led, poet-hearted, story-telling Life Artist. She’s wife to Austin, Momma to three handsome hooligans, and soul sister to a vibrant community of movers, shakers, misfits and Christ-followers in New Haven, Connecticut. A compulsive creative, Erika gathers the stories and symbols of the seemingly mundane and weaves them with great panache into the deeper story of love she sees in the life of Jesus, and from life with Jesus. Readers of The Life Artist will find pieces of this story scribbled and shared online in the hopes that they, too, will live this Life as a precious, fine art.

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AMBER HAINES

Amber Haines has 4 sons, a guitar-playing husband,theRunaMuck, and rare friends. She loves the funky, the narrative, and the dirty South. She finds community among the broken and wants to know your story. Amber is curator with her husband Seth Haines of Mother Letters (published April, 2012). They are in the process of learning how to live in true community, to care for the orphan, and to love the broken body of Christ. Read her blog HERE, and tweet her a little HERE.

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LAURA TREMAINE

Laura Tremaine is a Hollywood Housewife. Originally from a small town in Oklahoma, Laura now lives in Los Angeles with her producer/director husband and two young children. She writes regularly at Hollywood Housewife about beauty, the entertainment industry, friendship, and family. She’s a reader, speaker, and constant hostess. Laura’s ever-evolving faith story is far from conventional, and she’s learning to be okay with that.

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KRISTA SMITH

My name is Krista Smith.  I have been married for twelve years and have two super-awesome, loud, hysterical kids.  I have spent almost my whole life in South Jersey, which means I own as many pairs of “ducking boots” as 7-inch gold hoop earrings. After graduating with a degree in civil engineering in 2008, I spent the next couple years working at a nuclear power plant.  I left in 2010 and started drawing for a living so that I could remain home with my loves and also pursue a life of creative endeavors.  Since then, I have focused on blogging, illustrating, and photography…as well as starting our first year of homeschooling.  Looking back, I can see God moving ever so gently in the everyday parts of life to bring me to a better, deeper understanding of His love and provision.  I eagerly look forward to the future and the calling God has for our family to live out His Gospel in our home, community, and world!

 

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Sarah Bessey

Blogger

Sarah Bessey is the author of “Jesus Feminist”, a disarming and beautiful invitation to the Kingdom of God waiting on the other side of the Church’s gender debates. She is an award-winning blogger at www.sarahbessey.com, an editor at A Deeper Story, a contributor for SheLoves Magazine, and a passionate advocate for global women’s justice issues. One of those happy-clappy Jesus-followers, Sarah is a recovering know-it-all, a voracious reader, and a devotee of British television. She lives in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada with her husband and their three tinies.

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Storytellers

Scott Wade

Scott is a photographer based out of Austin, TX who specializes in commercial, editorial, and humanitarian work. His published work ranges from Rolling Stone & Country Weekly to local Austin papers such as The Chronicle. If asked to sum up his identity as a photographer it would simply be, storyteller.

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Team Leaders

Mike Rusch

COO & Chief Catalyst – Pure Charity

Mike is a husband, father, and the COO & Chief Catalyst at Pure Charity.  He helped launch the Cobblestone Project, and serves on the Board of Directors for the Kidmia Foundation, Help One Now and Downtown Bentonville, Inc.

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SARAH MARKLEY

Sarah Markley is the mother of two daughters and a wife to an amazing husband of almost eighteen years. She’s been writing all her life but has been blogging for the last seven at www.sarahmarkley.com. She writes regularly for A Deeper Story and is a staff writer for {in}courage.me. Sarah loves extravagant grace, second chances and listening to your story. She is new to the Help One Now team but is excited to see what God has in store for her and for this organization.

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Chris Marlow

Founder/CEO – Help One Now

Chris started Help One Now in 2009. He also planted two churches and spent time in corporate America. He lives in downtown, Raleigh, NC with his wife and two daughters.

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Ways to Get Involved

For about $1 a day, you can impact a child’s life for eternity. Your sponsorship will provide basic needs such as, food, clean water and health care; while equipping the child’s future by sending them to school and helping them to become future leaders.

 

Throw a Garage Sale Party, choose a project, HELP empower a community!

Trip Partners

The mission of Pure Charity is to inspire and encourage a movement of Generosity by providing a global platform where everyone can engage and make a difference in changing the world. Pure Charity pulls people together in a relaxed,engaging, social environment that enables members to turn their existing everyday activities and those of friends into funding that they then can give to the causes they are passionate about.

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