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Help change your world and theirs! It's a week of service and refreshment for ladies. You've seen Jamaica's beautiful beaches and tourist destinations featured in television commercials. But behind the scenes of the city are communities struggling like never before. 69.2% of people living in Jamaica make their living from service industries like hotels. In the world's new economy, fewer people are vacationing, and so unemployment is rising. With the rise of unemployment come the side effects.

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August 17, 2016 - Courtney Rivera
Written by Valerie from Somerset, Pennsylvania. Her group joined us for our annual Tecate, Mexico cut-out trip that kicks off each summer. "My team recently partnered with Mission Discovery in Tecate, Mexico for an incredible experience! We arrived Sunday evening full of excitement and anticipating all that God was going to do during our stay. We knew that our main purpose in Tecate was to pour concrete foundations for eight future homes, but we also knew that the Lord was going to work in ways we couldn’t even imagine.
June 14, 2016 - Courtney Rivera
God continues to bless the work at the HOLD the Children Home in Haiti.  It seems like it was just yesterday that we stood on the roof of the Orphanage.  Our vision was to have a place where we could prepare the older kids for the day when they would leave the orphanage.  We dreamed of building transitional homes where they could learn to live as a family and be taught vocational skills.  They would learn to speak English and use a computer as preparation for life on their own.
June 7, 2016 - Maury Buchanan
From Maury Buchanan:  "Today I received this from Paige Wilson a past intern on a Mexico mission trip with Mission Discovery."   Meet my husband, aka Kentucky Boy.  The first time we spoke was over a table of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.  It was like the Lord was laughing as He thought about our future family and how many conversations we would have as we spread peanut butter.