The Heartline Education Center is officially open for the 2017-2018 school year. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the school! Our hearts are overflowing with gratitude as we celebrate this incredible milestone and welcome a new class of dedicated students.
On Monday, students and staff gathered together to kick off a new school year with a time of worship and prayer. It is powerful to see the Education Center community collectively praising God, seeking His wisdom and strength, and joyfully anticipating all He will do in the coming months.
We are excited to share that the Women’s Education Center has a new name – the Heartline Education Center. This small change will have a big impact! We are thrilled that the school has opened its doors to include both male and female students. More than a dozen men have already enrolled in courses and we look forward to seeing even more Haitian families empowered through education and skills training!
The school is busier than ever, offering 14 courses including advanced sewing, beginner sewing, commercial baking, English, Spanish, cosmetology, crochet and embroidery, floral crafts, and computer skills. This means the Education Center is buzzing with activity during mornings, evenings, and even on weekends!
Will you please join us in prayer for the Education Center as students and staff embark on a new school year?
Thank you for being a part of this supportive community. You are lifting up men and women in Haiti as they work to break the cycle of poverty and transform their lives, families, and communities!
We invite you to share your well wishes and prayers for the Education Center staff and students in the comments below.
May the Lord prosper you in all that you set your hand to, blessing you so that you may in turn be a blessing to others. Love to you all at Heartline……
910 Franklin Ave., Ste. 3,
United States, 98944
Good luck HEC students & staff! What a wonderful move to expand support & skills to Haitian familes. So excited for the future of these brave & courageous students- it takes so much strength to change your story. You can do it- so many people believe in you!