Today’s guest on the Happy Hour Podcast is my friend Tara Livesay. Tara lives in Haiti with her husband, Troy, and five of their seven kids. They have been living in Haiti for many years now and she works with Heartline Ministries and is a midwife. They average about 6-8 births a month at Heartline, and invest in the mom’s lives from the beginning of pregnancy, during labor, and for post pregnancy support.
On this episode Tara and I discuss a lot about parenting. She’s currently mom to seven that range from the age of 7 to early twenties. We also discussed short term missions and what that looks like to us Americans versus the Haitians. She gives us all great advice on how we serve the Haitian people in a healthy way.
FROM THE PODCAST:
- Our kids lived at Real Hope for Haiti while we were waiting for them to come home
- Her grandson was born this October 11, and this brought her to Texas for five weeks to spend time with her kids. When we recorded this she was in Texas still, and is now back in Haiti with her family.
- “The most helpful things are things that include relationships” – love those ideas on helping people around the world.
- 200,000 people a year visit Haiti from North America
- Their Halloween excitement many years ago:
Then there’s the Wade family over Halloween that we discussed on the podcast:
Here’s a video about Heartline:
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