Guerline is a single mom who attends our New Missions church in Bire, Haiti....
Guerline is a single mom who attends our New Missions church in Bire, Haiti. Her daughter, Naika, began attending our elementary school in Bire just two years ago. Thanks to her child sponsors, Pastor Paul and Brea Gotthardt, Naika has this opportunity to attend our Christian school—where she receives an education, lunch and proper medical […]
Construction is taking place on our 28th church and school in Decouze, Haiti. Located in the mountains, children walk up to one hour each way to attend school. I’ll never forget the day I met with our new students from Decouze—many with bleached out hair and bloated stomachs from lack of proper nutrition. I told […]
Here at New Missions, we see the local church as the center of our mission. Each of our churches has an elementary school on the same campus. In most locations, the pastor of the church serves as the director of the school. Construction has begun on our 14th new church building since the Haiti earthquake. […]
Thank you to our volunteers. We are better because of you! There are many “behind the scenes” people who help New Missions function. Each year, over 300 individuals serve at New Missions in Orlando during our Christmas Shoebox Drive and other special projects. This summer, we will have additional opportunities for volunteers. If you are […]
Across the Leogane Plain we have drilled many wells, and our churches and schools are blessed with the generous gift of clean water. However, in the mountain region of Tom Gateau, the elevation is too high for drilling a well. We have already installed two water cisterns in the mountains, and our third cistern is […]
Did you know the number one source of cooking fuel in Haiti is wood? Most people burn sticks or use charcoal to cook—which leads to the deforestation from trees being cut down. The common stove is simply three large stones where a pot will rest on top. Outdoor cooking is common, as are small indoor […]
Is your church hosting VBS this summer? Here are five ways you and the kids at your church can help kids in Haiti. You can have some extra fun by having the boys compete against the girls to see which group will collect more. 1. Collect spoons for Haiti. It’s that simple, yet very helpful. […]
Lately, I’ve been reflecting on the power of generosity—mostly from the vantage point of how generosity is contagious. My thoughts have taken me back to a childhood memory with my great-grandmother on my mother’s side of the family. I was asking myself, when did I first see generosity and how did it impact me? Great-grandmother […]
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