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THE WORK AND THE WORKER IN PLAYA LAGUNA

When the people of Playa Laguna needed a pastor, Felix felt a bubbling, overflowing love for the people.  Who are the people? Considered by the rest of the town as poor and needy, but to Pastor Felix, these people are one of the greatest loves of his life. Together, with his wife Lisselotte, they are [...]

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Reading God’s Word

Giving hope starts with God’s Word. If we give only an education, food or medical care, but forget God, we miss out on what will change the life of a child forever. From one classroom to the next, new Bibles were given to children at New Missions. What a thrill it was to watch them [...]

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Bible College Graduates

With the choir singing, a group of 30 graduates began marching into the chapel at our high school campus in Signeau, Haiti. Equipped to lead churches and serve their communities, these Bible College graduates stood proudly—wearing their blue caps and gowns—now ready to make Haiti better with God’s truth. Our Bible College graduates serve in [...]

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TiRiviere Church Construction

TiRiviere, a fishing village located along the coast of the Leogane Plain, is home to a New Missions church and school that is currently under construction. With construction being completed by an all Haitian crew, ownership and respect increase by providing local jobs and community involvement. Pastor Denis Plaisimond, a graduate of New Missions, leads [...]

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Brache-Gilles Church

Leaving his home in St. Marc, Haiti, Antoine Gilles, moved to Leogane, met Pastor George DeTellis, and attended our Bible College. Antoine tells his story as one of a missionary sent from one region of Haiti to another. As a Christian, he wanted to spread the Gospel message to the Leogane area, where Voodoo was [...]

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Let’s Cover More Feet

The idea of giving a new pair of sneakers to our students in Haiti is a blessing to more than just our students. The teachers who give out the sneakers at our schools are part of the team that makes this possible. We also have volunteers in Orlando who help pack the sneakers being sent [...]

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Jonah, the reluctant missionary

Jonah was a reluctant missionary. He was a godly man living in a community of believers. God called him to go preach repentance to the city of Nineveh. Jonah didn’t want to go. But, God’s call to Jonah was irrevocable. His disobedience, rebellion and running away could not stop God’s destiny for his life. So [...]

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Generous Students

During a chapel service, John Bosio Castillo stood in awe before his fellow students.  This twelfth grade student was in an unfortunate motorcycle accident, and was unconscious for several days.  As a result, John lost the use of his arm—which now requires surgery. His fellow students presented him with a check for $230 from funds [...]

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ALL THE PEOPLE PRAISE THE LORD

For eight years, the church in Playa Laguna moved from house to house. With land purchased and ready for construction, I met with the church. Yudith, an adult member said, “I remember Pastora Jeanne meeting with us and telling us there was no money. Then, we prayed with great faith and fasting. Now, with praises [...]

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Neply School

This fall, we are relocating the Bord-Mer Elementary School to the village of Neply. The foundation is in place and construction will soon begin. After the earthquake, we rebuilt the Bord-Mer church on a piece of land in Neply—which will now be home to their elementary school. This new campus is more centrally located to [...]

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Well Water

Dysentery is one of the top causes of death in children around the world. For children living in Haiti, this problem can be solved by providing clean drinking water—preferably well water. Thankfully, the children of New Missions have access to well water across the Leogane Plain at our school campuses. In the mountain region of [...]

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