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WILL IT BE YOU?

When asked what he remembered most about being a student at New Missions, Gamma Gay, the third grade teacher responded, “My sponsors, Chuck and Jeannie Bruce. I remember the letters and encouragement I received from them.” From doctors to pastors, graduates of New Missions represent changed lives, and it has been possible because of people […]

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Record Shipment

During our annual Christmas Shoebox Drive, we enjoy seeing churches, schools, and families from across the country making great effort to send their love to the students of New Missions. Our collection dates are Oct. 1 through Dec. 31—so mark your calendar for 2015. To maximize space when loading the 40-foot cargo containers for shipment […]

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Lives Changed

Students from our Tom Gateau Elementary School gathered to receive their shoebox gifts. They started by singing the hymn How Great Thou Art—proclaiming Jesus is still the answer for the world. After singing, students were asked who already knew Jesus as their Savior. Hands across the classroom went up. When asked if other students wanted […]

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Movie Night

Thanks to a video projector donation from Cambridge Christian School in Tampa, Florida, we are equipping our churches with new tools. Video projection provides opportunities for showing movies and gives attractive reasons for the community to come together. Sunday evening came, and with the projector in place, children and families gathered at our church in […]

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Pastor Training

Pastor Johnny Hunt traveled to Haiti from First Baptist Church of Woodstock, Georgia, to train and encourage pastors and church leaders. Thirty-four pastors gathered at the Timothy Barnabas Training Facility at New Missions. The lesson was on the life and ministry of Moses. Following the training program, questions began and wonderful discussion continued as the […]

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100% HAITIAN BUILT

Down a three-mile dirt road, with the ocean to the north, the mountains to the south, and surrounded by sugar cane fields—the sounds of progress can be heard. Pressure treated lumber is being cut to make trusses for churches and schools at New Missions. Our construction is 100% Haitian led. Better infrastructure becomes the pathway […]

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COMPASSION FOR PATIENTS

Our Dominican Republic health center has a licensed doctor, Jose Rivier Cepeda. He is 28 years of age, born in Santo Domingo, and grew up in a military family in LaUnion, Sosua. He is here to take care of our school children and people in the community. Dr. Cepeda goes the extra mile to search […]

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KING’S KID MENTALITY

We all need a “King’s kid” mentality to make the right choices in our lives. There are some who never felt love growing up with their families. Let us look at our relationship with our Heavenly Father. In the story of the prodigal son, the son leaves his father’s house to live his life in […]

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LOOKING BACK AND LOOKING FORWARD

The 7.0 earthquake in Haiti on January 12, 2010 shook the country and hearts of its people. The earthquake was alarming with a loud bang, and the land rolling beneath us. If the earthquake happened just 15 minutes prior, the deaths at our schools would have been in the thousands. We had no knowledge of […]

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Teacher Training

This school year, 374 teachers are employed at New Missions. We are thrilled to see Haitians serving Haitians and Dominicans serving Dominicans. Our high school campus is located on the main highway in Haiti, near the town of Leogane. Recently, teachers from across the Leogane Plain came together for training. We are thankful for the […]

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Local Employment

When a child attends school, local seamstresses are employed to make school uniforms. At all of our New Missions schools, a uniform is required. This promotes unity and prevents students from not having proper clothing for school. The elementary students wear a yellow checked top and khaki bottoms. The sixth grade students wear a white […]

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