- Hardcover: 204 pages
- Publisher: Thomas Nelson (January 20, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0529110946
- ISBN-13: 978-0529110947
- Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 0.9 x 9.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (253 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,262 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Miracle on Voodoo Mountain: A Young Woman's Remarkable Story of Pushing Back the Darkness for the Children of Haiti Hardcover – January 20, 2015
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About the Author
Megan Boudreaux, at the age of 24,founded Respire Haiti, a non-profit to fight for the freedom of Haiti's estimated 300,000 child slaves. Megan followed God's call to begin a feeding program and transform a barren hillside into a refuge and a school for 500 children. A medical clinic is nearing completion with future plans for a church, community center, and library. Megan has adopted four Haitian children and in 2013 she married her best friend, Josh Anderson.
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Top Customer Reviews
Megan quit her good job in Louisiana, left family and friends, took a small amount of money, picked up her bags and started out again but God had the Blueprints.
Megan was in God's guided hands and his help brought together a team to help her. She and the team took care of about 500 children, built a school, provided a sport complex for the school, built a kitchen that can feed 200 people three meals a day, built a medical center, and developed plans for a church in the future.
Also with God's help, Megan helped the Restavak - an estimated 300,000 children 5 or 6 and older that were child slaves. Megan married and adopted children. I have left so much out of this review you have to read the book.
In this remarkable story, I laughed and cried so many times, my heart was bursting for all the children. I would put the book down to go to bed and pick it up again for another chapter; I did not want it to end. I helped look for lost children, my emotions went up and down and tied in knots. A wonderful journey and a well written book. A Christian book but not preaching to anyone. I recommend this book to everyone, a book you will remember for a long time.
(For some of you who want to know. It is not heavy on the "religious" dialogue. However it is all about a Christian lady and her influence.)
The problem with some reviews are they tend to make the book sound boring. This book is far, far from boring. It is alive and active!
The book really delves into personal stories of her experience with restaveks, which are child slaves sold to families to clean and are severely neglected. This path shows her eventual foundation of a school named Respire Haiti, which is geared toward educating and putting worth into dignity-stripped children. This story touched my heart, and is a very emotionally-gripping read. It is well worth it, and will not disappoint. This lonesome yet wholesome personal experience is written eloquently and has emotional ups and downs as it is a roller coaster of a story.