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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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May 19, 2017 - Maury Buchanan
It’s happening!  My dream at Mission Discovery is coming true! A few weeks ago in Lumberton, NC Macon Kimbrough and I were visiting with Ryan Sebastian.  Ryan and his family are pictured here to the left.  It was the first time for Macon to meet Ryan.  Macon will be leading our Hurricane Matthew relief mission trips there and Ryan is the youth minister at Hyde Park Baptist Church where our teams will sleep and eat while they are working. “Ryan, tell Macon your story,” I said at the table in Panera. 
March 15, 2017 - Maury Buchanan
1. Understanding the Why of going on a mission trip. 2. Research the What with three things in mind 3. Find the Who by promoting the Why and What 4. Prepare you team with exercise in Team Building, Team Covenant, Story Telling, Debriefing, Understanding Cultural Differences, Cross Cultural Communication and Problem Solving
February 28, 2017 - Rich Rohde
I am writing this update from the Habitation Hatt Hotel in Port au Prince, Haiti.  We are preparing to leave on the eight hours bus ride to Port de Paix, which is where much of the HOLD the Children work is located.  From inside the walls of this hotel, all appears tranquil and content.  The cloudless sky is as blue as the eye can imagine.  The beauty of Haiti is hiding the reality of the world outside.  This will change when we join the chaos on the outside.  Enormous congestion and terrible roads make the 120 mile journey to Port de Paix an endurance test.  Though I’ve made this trip doze