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Get an early start on holiday shopping this year!Give unique gifts that benefit Haitian artisans and their families. Heartline Ministries loves these organizations for their dedication to orphan prevention and family preservation through skills training a... read more

“Birth is not only about making babies. It’s about making mothers. Strong, capable, competent mothers who trust themselves and know their inner strength.” ~ Barbara Katz Rothmans The profession of midwifery intersects with many global ... read more

This Father’s Day, we are honored to share Moise’s story and join together in hope for the newest member of the Medor family expected to arrive this fall. Meet Moise Moise Medor is one of those special people you don’t meet very often. He’... read more

Thanks to your generous giving and faithful prayers, we are able to invest in Haitian families every day regardless of the unpredictable environment. YOU are an advocate in job creation. YOU equip Heartline to invest in Haitian families. YOU are a partner... read more

This Mother’s Day, we are honored to share Norline’s story, remember baby Evan, and join together in hope for the new little babe expected to arrive this fall. Anticipation  It was 2018 and Norline and her husband were excited to welcome their fi... read more

Heartline Ministries and the CARES Act Addendum Updated 04.8.2020 Charitable Giving in the COVID-19 Season  This is certainly a scary time for everyone! There are many unknowns. Here is what we do know. The team at Heartline is watching the governmen... read more

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This International Women’s Day (#IWD2020), we celebrate the achievements of women and call for a more gender balanced world. In honor of IWD2020, we want to share a conversation with Fredelyne.  Recently, Heartline’s Clinic Director, KJ (Beth) Jo... read more

Things are fragile in Haiti. The political and social climate, conditions for families, the economy, the wellbeing of mothers and their children and so much more. All things are fragile. Back in late November and early December, Haiti began to calm down a... read more

Imagine having to choose between sending your child to school and putting food on the table. What would you do? The cost of education in Haiti is high. Forced to choose between meeting basic survival necessities and sending their children to school, many ... read more

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January 12, 2010 is a date I will never forget, along with millions of other image bearers in this country we have called home. It is a date that changed everything for all who were lost in Haiti’s earthquake and the families that still mourn. It is a d... read more