About Leah Hill

Hey, it’s me Leah and I’d love to take a second to tell you a little about myself and the reasons I’m in Haiti. I moved to Haiti in June 2017, I had surrendered my everything to God the previous summer and after having my heart changed on an experience team with Breathe in 2016 I felt God calling me to live here long term. I have a passion for kids with special needs and God has given me a vision for a future with those kids in the developing world. I love people, especially young kids and watching the kiddos around the neighborhood grow and learn new things has become one of the highlights of my days here. God has given me a thirst for knowledge and I have been loving every second of studying in Compassion Corp. Feel free to shoot me an email or reach out on social media, I would love to share more about what God is doing in this season of my life.

The Urgency For You

By |2019-05-01T17:39:03+00:00April 16th, 2019|Church, Leadership Development, Missions|

Season of Division If you were to turn in your Bible to the books of Samuel and Kings you would read about a period of almost 500 years when the nations Israel and Judah were struggling with a disobedience that led to an incredible missed opportunity that altered the future of the nations. They split [...]

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Is Thanksgiving Still Relevant?

By |2018-11-23T19:44:47+00:00November 23rd, 2018|Justice Is Redemption, Missions|

What is the Story of Thanksgiving? Most of us live in a free world. By definition we are able to act as we wish to and aren't restricted by much. It can be easy to feel trapped or less than free in today's society, but objectively we have a freedom that many will never have [...]

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What Should I Go To School For?

By |2018-10-11T15:13:27+00:00October 11th, 2018|Discipleship, Leadership Development|

The Trip That Transformed My Worldview Throughout most of high school I was never the one that wanted to get a degree. I never knew what I wanted to do after graduation. I didn't know what I was good at and I wasn't sure what I was passionate about. The thought of college and a [...]

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Just One Grain of Sand

By |2018-06-13T20:59:52+00:00January 26th, 2018|Leadership Development, Worldview|

Imagine... ...you’re walking along the beach and you have one bucket with you. It’s not your job to collect all of the sand but a part of you feels responsible for doing so. You can only collect one grain of sand at a time if you want to do it well and sometimes it could [...]

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The Funny Thing about Obedience

By |2018-06-13T21:04:40+00:00January 23rd, 2018|Discipleship, Leadership Development|

When I Said, Yes... When I said yes to God, I had no idea what that meant. When I said yes to ministry, I had no idea how to serve. When I said yes to Haiti, I had no idea how my life would change. That’s the funny thing about obedience, when we say yes [...]

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The Baby In The Manger Is The Man On The Cross

By |2018-06-14T15:27:12+00:00December 28th, 2017|Leadership Development|

The Purpose of Jesus We all know the story of Baby Jesus. We tell it every year at Christmas time. We teach it to our kids before they know how to write their own names. We use the story to tell the gospel. None of these things are bad, but I think that too often [...]

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Your Perceptions Impact People

By |2018-06-14T15:32:00+00:00December 15th, 2017|Leadership Development, Worldview|

Ethnocentrism Regardless of worldview or cultural upbringing, we all have ethnocentric tendencies. Ethnocentrism is the way that we evaluate other cultures according to preconceptions that are based in an individual’s home culture. The initial reaction is to see your own culture as right and to filter every other culture in relation to that (usually negatively). [...]

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Taste and See – Patience Matters

By |2018-06-14T15:38:43+00:00November 27th, 2017|Leadership Development, Worldview|

Patient Surrender Here in Haiti, it can take an entire day to make your dinner. From the time you buy the meat and produce in the market to the time it is on your table for dinner, most of a day could have passed. I am pretty patient in most situations but when it comes [...]

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Slow Down, Be Thankful

By |2018-06-14T15:44:03+00:00November 14th, 2017|Leadership Development, Worldview|

The Sun Rise This morning as I watched the sun rise over the mountains in the beautiful country that I get to call home I was overwhelmed with thankfulness. Before moving to Haiti, I had no idea how blessed I was (and still am). I realized how many things I took for granted and never [...]

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What Sponsorship Looks Like On The Mountaintop

By |2017-10-27T19:16:44+00:00October 27th, 2017|Discipleship, Leadership Development, Missions|

On The Mountain Top Today I had the opportunity to travel to Cabaret with part of my team. We were invited to visit Timoun La Gras, a kids club within our sponsorship program.  We parked our truck at the bottom of a mountain and started to find our way to the “mountain church”. None of [...]

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