Storms, gangs, and motorcycle Dear Friends, “Be still and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth.” Ps 46:10 Doing ministry in hostile territory The work continues in Haiti despite the ongoing gang issues affecting almost all areas of life. The danger continues to escalate […]
A new normal is taking place.
Thank you to all of you who came to welcome Pastè Louinet and his wife Clairemène, also known as Madame Pastè. We held an open house for them in Port Ludlow.
Better (5 months) late than never! Pastor L and his wife are coming to America! Dear Friends, As promised back in the summer, Pastor Louinet Gilles and his wife are coming to visit with YOU this holiday season. Please join us Saturday December 31 in Sultan WA for a special time of fellowship and encouragement. They desire […]
In the midst of all this chaos in Haiti Pastor Louinet continues educating children in the rural areas of Haiti.
Violence cannot stop those who rest in the shadow of the Almighty. Dear Friends, For three weeks in April and May there was fighting in the capital city of Haiti, Port au Prince Many of you have come with me to Haiti and we have stayed with friends in the area called Tabarre, before traveling […]
The battle of fear and hope. Dear Friends, Bombs explode on the television screen. Frightened refugees searching for shelter. Hushed talks about the possibilities of nuclear conflict. The dark clouds of fear again roll in. And not just in eastern Europe. In light of the war in Ukraine and Russia, Haiti has understandably taken a back seat […]
This is the beginning of a new year and a new hope for all of us. This week a conference began for several hundred people in Nan wo. Men and women attending the
conference make their way by foot along the steep mountain trails. When they reach the valley they climb into open trucks with standing room only and continue on until they reach our church/school in Nan wo outside of Dessalines, Haiti.
a Christmas request Dear Friends, Greetings to each of you during this season filled with hope and joy as we celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus with family and friends. Things don’t appear so hopeful in Haiti right now. “41 US citizens and legal permanent residents have been kidnapped for ransom in Haiti this […]
With grateful hearts, we at HOPE in Haiti are reflecting on the faithful generosity and service our many teachers, administrators, translators, volunteers, and financial partners like you have shown this year, and so many years leading up until now. We are SO THANKFUL! Without you, our ministry would not be making the impact that it […]