When a parent is leaving their children, the last communication is of most...
When a parent is leaving their children, the last communication is of most importance. Jesus said, “Go. Go into all the world.” Many of you have been on a mission trip. There’s the excitement of preparing, the sacrifice of saving or raising funds, and the adventure of traveling off into the unknown with the intense […]
Here at New Missions, we see Haiti as a country on the rise. Haiti was once known as the Pearl of the Antilles—a tropical paradise. Unfortunately, throughout the years, Haiti has declined, and is now the poorest country in our hemisphere. Today, a new generation of Christian leaders are on the rise and they’re changing […]
Two young girls came forward for prayer at our Masson church in Haiti, as they dedicated their lives to Jesus. This is our mission: to see people find a personal relationship with Jesus and then become His disciples. Weekly, at our 32 churches across Haiti and the Dominican Republic, we witness lives being changed by […]
Seventeen years ago, we started a school for Haitian children living in the Dominican Republic—mostly the children of sugarcane cutters. Over time the school changed and now meets in a building we don’t own, on land without room to expand. Today, the school’s population is a mix of Haitian and Dominican children. We now have […]
The first Wednesday of each month, our medical clinic in Bire, Haiti, welcomes mothers and their children for health checkups on their newborns. The moms receive vitamins and vital information on caring for their precious, God-given children. Together, since 1983, we are delivering healthcare to children and families. Our new medical clinic facility is on […]
This little girl walked a path that changed her life. There was no school or church in her village of Ambas-Peres, Haiti, so she walked to the closest New Missions school located in Concrab, 30 minutes away. Marie Carminne Calix was stepping out of poverty. “All of my mother’s children attended school at New Missions,” […]
For seven years, I lived in a house where I did not know the neighbors on either side of me, except by name. We did not go out together or really understand what was going on in each other’s lives. I was guilty. I did not initiate any kind of meaningful relationship other than the […]
This Christmas you can bless a pastor with a shoebox. New Missions has a pastor on staff at each of our school locations. Visit ShoeboxDrive.com for more information.
You can help educate a child and empower them to better their tomorrow. Call our office at 407-240-4058 or visit NewMissions.org
Plan now to collect shoebox gifts for our school teachers this fall. Learn about this unique opportunity and packing ideas at ShoeboxDrive.com