About

I lived in rural Bayonnais, Haiti during the 2007-2008 academic year. My primary goal was simply to go, to live in community with the people, remaining open and flexible to the various ways in which we might learn from one another.  These people brought me to the intersection of joy and suffering, and the experience completely changed my life.

For more information about me, please visit my website.

You’re also welcome to contact me anytime at “peterbdaniel@gmail.com”

3 responses to “About

  1. Fils-Aime Amilor

    It was a very nice time with Peter in Bayonnais. His coming here was a kind of blessing in many ways.
    First, we practice English
    Second, we American come here, he helps us with them and they feel more comfortable with their blood
    third, he plays with the children without saying that they are too dirty
    Fourth, we receive many baloons from him
    sixth, HE TEACHES MANY THINGS TO THE BAYONNAISSIAN PEOPLE. THAT IS, ACCORDING TO ME,THE BEST THING WE COULD RECEIVE FROM. BECAUSE IT IS SAID: “IT IS BETTER TO SHOW SOMEONE HOW TO FISH THAN TO GIVE HIM A FISH EVERY DAY”.
    Seventh, He is a blessing for us in whatsoever we could imagine. He is loving! His life shows us that he is a good christian.

  2. I was so touched by your blog.

    I have made several trips to Haiti and hope to go again in 2009.

    May God bless you in your work. I look forward to supporting your efforts.

  3. Sigrun Nicodemus

    Haiti is foremost in the minds of many people these days; I type the prayer line e-mail for St. Peter’s Church in Cheshire,CT (Episc.), and shall include the link to your blog site, with vivid images and stories from before the disaster. They will help us see Haitians as vibrant, real people, as we pray, a respite from the numbing images on the news. Your illustrated blog also helps us start to grasp the long term needs of the country- like an efficient system to process & market mangoes. In the short term, I guess unclogging the port at POP is key, so that the world’s generosity can reach those who need it. Blessings & Thank you!

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