Two girls sat on the foundation of the church being built in Concrab, Haiti, and little did they know this building would become a place where hundreds would find faith in Jesus.

Infrastructure is the foundation for a community to grow. We don’t love buildings. We love people. However, the buildings become the places where we can serve children and families. We have a vision to build something wonderful—a great spiritual work that impacts the mind, body, and spirit of the people God entrusts to our care.

 The tenth church at New Missions has been located in Leogane, Haiti, since 1989.

The tenth church at New Missions has been located in Leogane, Haiti, since 1989.

From churches and school kitchens, to classrooms and medical clinics, the construction we complete serves a greater purpose. Join us in building something great. Right now, we have a vision to build new schools and churches to provide the environment for life-changing ministry.

 Carpenter Sonny works at New Missions making roofing trusses for our churches.

Carpenter Sonny works at New Missions making roofing trusses for our churches.

 Each of our schools is established alongside our churches. When we build churches we build better futures for generations to come. 

Each of our schools is established alongside our churches. When we build churches we build better futures for generations to come. 

Standing in the back of the New Missions church in Leogane, I snapped a photograph of what I would say was a miracle. Why? The land where this church was built was purchased in January 1989 for $15,500, and originally the land was home to a rum making facility. God transformed this land to have an eternal purpose. God can use us to do something that will outlast us. This is the mission to which we have been called. ~Tim DeTellis 

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