Last week, Woodland Hills Church partnered with Emmanuel Mennonite Church to help build some house walls for a northern Minnesota flood victim.
Tagged as Christmas, Generosity, Haiti, Half for Haiti
Last Christmas (2012) we made effort to reflect Kingdom values with our wallets, and together, tried to make an enormous difference in the lives of the people of Haiti.
Tagged as Cambodia, mission trip, Missions, News
Recently, a group from Woodland Hills went on a mission trip to Cambodia. We caught up with one of the team members and asked her a few questions about her time there.
Tagged as COFHED, Haiti, mission trip, Missions, Water for Haiti
In February 2012, a medical mission team from Woodland Hills served in Haiti. Find out more about how the trip went and the people they served.
Tagged as COFHED, Haiti, Water for Haiti
In March 2011 every child and many of the adults in the village of Lougou, Haiti received a bottle for clean water from members of a medical mission team from Woodland Hills. But when they received their water bottles, there was no safe drinking water to put in them. Three months later, that has changed.
Tagged as dental, Haiti, medical, mission trip, Missions
From March 4-12, a Woodland Hills medical mission team served in the village of Lougou in Haiti. The team worked with WH missionaries Nick and Madeleine Avignon and their ministry, COFHED. The following is written by, Christine Stupy, one of the team members.
AWOL (A Work of Love) is a mission team that serves in Vera Cruz, Mexico every spring, usually doing construction projects. This year’s team will be there from March 25 to April 4.
Tagged as Cambodia, Haiti, Mexico, mission trip, Missions, Mississippi, Undercurrents
This Undercurrent video give updates on recent mission trips to Haiti, Cambodia, Mexico and Waveland, Mississippi.
Tagged as COFHED, Haiti, Missions, Providence Ministries, Undercurrents
This Undercurrent video shows how Woodland Hills and partner ministries, Providence Ministries and COFHED, have been involved with the Haiti earthquake relief.
Tagged as Esperanza Viva, Living Hope, Mexico, mission trip, Missions, Puebla
The very first time I visited the orphanage, I remember holding a little baby named Manuel. He had just been brought in by his mother, who expected him to die.