The Narrow and Wide Gate
There are two different paths and gates described in God’s Word. “Enter by the narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it. Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it.” (Matthew 7:13-14). […]
I like to look through our medical clinic monthly reports to see who is utilizing our clinic. After the 2010 earthquake, we rebuilt our new clinic in Bire—close to the main road and easily accessible to more people. […]
Influencing the next generation to have a Christian worldview starts in our homes, churches, and schools. How can we reach students in the classroom?
Back to School
The “back to school” season usually begins by preparing children with clothes and supplies to head back to school. Most children I know are not anxious about their parents being able to provide a new pair of shoes. In Haiti, when daily survival is present, buying a pair of shoes can bring extra stress into the household. […]
New School in the D.R.
We are excited! After many challenges and months of hard work, the school building in Los Castillos is finally finished, and classes will begin there this month. Students, parents, and teachers are just thrilled! […]
Bible College Legacy
This month, August 2019, marks the 20th anniversary of our church in Ti-Boucan, Haiti. We have 35 churches across Haiti and the Dominican Republic. The story of Ti-Boucan is a unique one—because of the location of this mountainside church and school. […]
What does it take to fill a shoebox gift? Starting in July, the journey begins for shoebox gifts to be packed and filled with gifts for children and their families.
Preparing for Shoeboxes
It looks like Christmas in July at our office in Orlando. Toys, school supplies, and hygiene items have been arriving daily, as we prepare for packing over 2,000 shoeboxes this summer. […]
Have I Not Commanded You?
After the time of Moses, God spoke to Joshua with these words, “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and of good courage; do not be afraid, nor be dismayed. For the Lord your God is with you wherever you go” (Joshua 1:9). […]
Benjamin Julle, a 2010 graduate of New Missions, was a powerful worship leader at the closing chapel service this school year. For over four hours, graduates and students prayed, praised and worshipped God—passionately expressing their trust in Him. […]
DR Summer Mission Teams
Mission teams coming to the Dominican Republic this summer have the opportunity to share God’s love with many children. These teams are hosting Vacation Bible School for three or four days in each of our churches. […]
I Love My Children
In the 1980s, when I was the pickup truck driver doing errands in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, I checked to make sure a child was not in the bed of the pickup before I pulled away. […]
During a mission trip to Haiti, Robbie and Dana Matiak had the exciting opportunity to meet their sponsor children. Hear their story of establishing the Matiak Foundation and how they are planning to help children and families in Haiti.
Students Helping Students
The adolescent years can be filled with many challenges, as teenagers search to discover their own identities. One way we are helping teens find their purpose in life is by giving them opportunities to help others. […]
The director of our high school, Anislus Jean Gasnel, invited us to meet with the graduating class of 2019. Students can attend school at New Missions for up to 16 years: two years of preschool, one year of kindergarten, six years of elementary, and seven years of high school. […]
A Team's Ministry
In April, nine out of the ten team members from Oxford Baptist Church in Conover, NC, were first timers to Haiti. They came with great excitement and a desire to serve. […]