Jamaica Christian School for the Deaf Graduates

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HOLD the children operates in Jamaica, Guatemala and Haiti and is a division of Mission Discovery, Inc. HOLD the children's operations are always expanding. HOLD is currently supporting seven schools in Haiti, two in Jamaica and one in Guatemala.

Featured Child

Birthday: 01/30/2003
Country: Haiti
Gender: Male

Also from the town of Basson Bleu, Rodly is one of our HOLD Home veterans.  He likes to clean and especially enjoys mopping the floor! He enjoys studying, history is his favorite, and he would like to be a pastor when he grows up so that he can work for the Lord.  When he isn’t busy with school and cleaning, he likes to play lago- hide and seek!

Let's look at all the children.


December 30, 2017 - Courtney Rivera
December is here and Christmas has already come and gone!  Several of our HOLD schools have planned festive Christmas celebrations for their students.  Thank you for contributing to make these celebrations possible!  The small Christmas party at their schools is more special than you know.  Many of these children do not have much to celebrate at home, and Christmas is not necessarily any different than any other day of the year. 
November 27, 2017 - Richard Rohde
Much of what we see happening around the world looks like defeat for God’s people.  Senseless killings and incredible destruction occur with greater frequency.  Christians are attacked, tortured and even killed for their beliefs.  The opioid epidemic takes thousands of lives every day; many of whom are Christians.  Whole cities of people are chased from their homes by terrorists.  Thousands of children die every day from hunger and preventable disease.  Has God lost control?
October 25, 2017 - Richard Rohde
Scripture says, “As a person thinks in their heart, so they are” Proverbs 23:7.  Where do our thoughts come from and how do they get into one’s heart?  For most of us, thoughts are developed from our relationships, education, and our experiences.  We learn and grow from those who influence us in our formative years.  We consider the family to be a primary influence of teaching right and wrong.  If family members are absent, who will kids learn from?  The education system challenges kids to learn and develop life skills.  What if the inability to pay tuition prevents children from attending