Pastor Sonja Dickherber visited this area while helping with a dental clinic on a short-term mission trip in 1994. Walking through the streets of Anse-A-Galets (“on-SOG-ah-LAY”) on the island of LaGonave, she was struck by the hopelessness of the people there, and knew that God was calling her to do something to help. With much prayer, after spending a year in Anse-A-Galets, Sonja and her husband Jerry incorporated Celebrate Jesus of Haiti, Inc. as a 501C3 organization with the mission to improve the lives of the people there on three levels: Spirit, Soul and Body. They made the decision to pay their own expenses and to receive no salary or airfare reimbursements for their work. Only Haitians who are chosen to do certain jobs receive a salary from the mission. This very unusual arrangement means that virtually everything that’s given to the ministry is spent to improve the lives of the Haitian people.
13420 Eastpoint Centre Drive
Louisville, KY 40223
Baptist Haiti Mission of Canada
P.O. Box 11
602 Wellington Street
Wallaceburg, ON N8A 4L5
The legacy of Baptist Haiti Mission stretches as far back as 1946 when John Turnbull and his son Wallace arrived in the small mountain community of Fermathe. Our founders, Wallace and Eleanor Turnbull, dedicated their lives to cultivating change in the Haitian people through the transformative power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
In the last 70 years we have witnessed small groups of converts blossom into growing churches. We have seen children learn to read and write in grade school and then those same kids progressing into high school and on to university and who are now able to attend the Masters program at BHM. We have seen basic first aid efforts burst into clinic development and the establishment of a hospital that is now serving over 10,000 people a year. We have seen primitive trades mature into professional work projects and a Christ centered vocational program that helps church members find employment. We have literally seen tens of thousands of people commit to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ through His movements within these ministries.
P.O Box 880817
Port Saint Lucie, Florida 34988
Global Vision Citadelle Ministries it is more than a name, it is our purpose statement.
Global Vision: With a vision greater than our earthly eyes can behold, we hope to impact the overall concern for the whole person: spirit, soul, and body.
Citadelle: Symbolic of that landmark which is a focal point of our nation’s highest aspirations for freedom.
Ministries: Reminding us to mirror such a dream with the true freedom that only Christ provides. Is there hope? Yes, in Jesus Christ’s name!
PO Box 1315
Fountain Inn, SC 29644
Haiti Gospel Fund exists to empower and resource local pastors and local churches to the carry the gospel in and throughout Haiti.
We seek to connect pastors, ministries, and churches in Haiti with those here in the United States who want to come alongside and aid in the spreading of the Gospel through evangelism, church planting, orphan care, medical aid and truth of the Good News.
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Défi Jeaunesse D’Haïti
108, Avenue Des Tourterelles
Delmas 75, Haïti
For generations, outside governments and thousands of organizations have tired and failed to heal this nation. There is urgency because what happens with this generation is critical.
Through Haiti Teen Challenge Haitians are working to repair the mistakes of the past, confronting the fatherlessness in Haiti, and creating servant leaders that rely on Christ to renew their families, communities and nation. Our local leadership, U.S. partners, and our Haiti Teen Challenge staff have formed a strong team that leans hard into decision to bring restoration THROUGH Haitians.
As Executive Director I am blessed to be in the front seat experiencing God at work. My call is to mentor and spur growth in young women and men through transformation in their relationship with God, restoration in their valued purpose, commitment to service to others and integrity in stewardship. My leadership continues to be God centered and understands my total dependence on him.
I assure you that strong governance, accountability good stewardship, collective prayer and hard work are a part of our DNA while we remain diligent in pursuit of our mission and vision.
Dr. Julio Volcy
Haiti Teen Challenge
PO Box 495
Cottage Grove, MN 55016-0495
This website of Harvest of Haiti is a growing portal for Bishop Stenio Capre’s ministry. Please check back as content will be upgraded frequently. More news stories and pictures will be added.
We trust that this website will give you further perspective on the work of Bishop Stenio Capre and his ministry affiliates. We hope this site’s content will inspire you to join us and make a difference in the lives of those who need your help.
Harvest of Haiti Inc. is a Minnesota-based international non-profit interdenominational religious ministry. Though it uses some funds for communication in the USA, more than 90% of donated funds are transferred directly to Bishop Stenio Capre’s First Interdenominational Evangelical Church in Haiti for distribution to the programs outlined in this “About” section.
4413 South State Road 135
Vallonia, Indiana 47281
We are a mission organization of Trinity Lutheran Church in Vallonia, Indiana that supports the work of Pastor Thomas Bernard and Good Shepherd Evangelical Lutheran Church and Schools in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
It is our goal to support the work of The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Haiti and promote their special needs in the United States.
Hearts & Hands for Haiti is committed to supporting our brothers and sisters in Haiti who share Christ’s hope and love by serving young people.
Together, we provide opportunities for growth by assisting with education, spiritual development, and physical and emotional well-being.
Partnership in God’s work is our goal.
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6066 E State Blvd
Fort Wayne, IN 46815
JESUS IN HAITI MINISTRIES EXISTS TO BRING GLORY TO GOD. Following Christ’s example, we pursue life transformation through discipleship by teaching the Word, building relationships, and sharing burdens, so that all people can experience abundant life in Christ.
1907 Cypress Creek RD.
Cedar Park, TX 78613
In 1972, Sharon Johnson went to Haiti to direct a choir that was traveling around the country. As she looked into the faces in the crowds, she fell in love with the people of Haiti.
She returned each year to help the people of Haiti with her husband, Bob Johnson. Over time, they began to feel the need to have an on-going work in country, one that would help every day of the year and not just once or twice a year. In 1983 they formed what is today Mission of Hope Haiti. In 1989 they acquired a piece of barren land just north of Port-au-Prince.
In 1997, Brad Johnson, Bob & Sharon’s son, and his wife Vanessa went to Haiti on a week-long trip to serve the people there. While serving, they watched an 18 month old baby die as her father held her on their way to a clinic. They learned the baby had starved to death from the parents not having any food. This moment was etched in their mind forever and they could not escape the image of the grieving parents as they mourned the loss of their daughter. A year later, Brad and Vanessa moved full time to Haiti to begin work on the Mission of Hope Haiti property.
Officially founded in 1998, Mission of Hope has since grown from a small mission located on barren piece of land, to a fruitful organization that now houses an onsite orphanage, medical facility, school, and church. Through partnerships, the Mission also serves outside of its property by helping other orphanages, churches, and schools throughout the country.