A Tale of Two Countries: Armenia and Haiti


Chad Isenhart is a 20-something missionary from Tacoma, Wa. in a unique position. Like most people his age, Isenhart has done some traveling, however unlike his peers who jet off to exotic locales like Cabo San Lucas, Hawaii or Ibiza, he has been spending time in El Salvador, Moldova, Nicaragua and Georgia and participating in humanitarian aid and relief projects and compassion ministry. Currently in Armenia with the same goals in mind, Isenhart has also spent time in Haiti, where he maintained a feeding program and distributed food to 12,000 children a day. He was drawn to Armenia and Haiti, two countries who will now forever share a bond over the death and destruction caused by a massive earthquake, for much of the same reasons: to help people.





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