Our mission arose from a result of a tent city being bulldozed and 500 families being displaced once again. Bonswa Haiti has purchased land in Croix de Bouquets and is designing a village so that Haitians will be able to own their home. The community will include a newly built church, a well (for fresh water), a bakery (for revenue) and gardens (for food). This new village will be managed by a resident's council and overseen by Bonswa.
a non-profit organization to share the love of Christ by helping the people of Haiti. We have a boys home named New Jericho House.
Sponsor a church/school in the mountain of Delco 2. Sunday afternoon Bible school program call "Children Without Assistance"
Quarryville, Pennsylvania 17566
“Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation. Whoever believes and is baptized will be save, but whoever does not believe will be condemned” Mark 16:15-16
God’s mission is our mission! We are evangelizing remote areas of Haiti, sharing the Gospel through various means, making disciples of new converts, planting churches, and distributing Bibles.
As we go out on “God’s Mission” specifically for what He is calling us to, the amount of grace given by God is always overwhelming. As we see more people come on board here and in Haiti, the multiplier effect of what God is doing through His people is over and above what we can ask or imagine.
3031 Smyrna Rd
Ozark, MO 65721
Gospel Driven Direction
As believers and followers of Jesus Christ, we desire to obey the call of the Great Commission given by Jesus Christ: "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age" - Matthew 28:19-20.
A Focus on Education and Leadership
The way we are making disciples is through the means of education, by focusing on two aspects.
First, we are discipling teachers to be effective disciple makers, to model Christ likeness in the classroom and become experts in the field of education.
Secondly, through an academic/leadership school. Gospel Haiti school was founded in 2014 and is a training ground for future leaders who will serve in the name of Christ. Whether students leave our school to become pastors, teachers, lawyers, doctors, politicians or other leadership positions, our hope is that they will be future leaders in the name of Christ, fulfilling Christ's call for their lives. This is how we intend to fulfill the great commission.
FREDERICK, MD 21702
A CHRISTIAN MISSION ORGANIZATION FOCUSING ON THE MANY NEEDS OF THE HATIAN PEOPLE. GOSPEL TO HAITI SUPPORTS A MEDICAL CLINIC IN THE MOUNTAINS OF HAITI WITH A STAFF OF REGISTERED NURSES AND DOCTORS, AND FUNDS A SCHOOL IN HAITI WITH MEALS PROVIDED FOR STUDENTS & TEACHERS.
Our determination is to raise up Godly leaders in Haiti through education to strengthen their families, neighbors, and country. Bring relief to poverty, stimulate the economy and to preach the good news so that lives will be saved and hope for a strong future will be given to Haiti.
Grand Goave, Haiti WI
PO Box 609
Montesano, WA 98563
Service is a nice concept but we often use the word without any true allegiance to what the Lord expects of his servants. The following are ideas that fit quite nicely with our theology of Christian Community Development, this special time of year when we celebrate the offering of Christ as the Servant who would save the world.
1. A servant does not have a message of his own. He is the mouthpiece of His Master. Just as an ambassador is expected to promote the views of his country and government, so also the servant of God is His representative on earth and His message is Reconciliation as Paul puts it, ‘you are ambassadors of reconciliation. Christ’s birth, life, death, and resurrection solidified that message.
2. A servant does not have a country of his own. He is only a pilgrim in a foreign land until His Master calls him home or to another destination. As a servant of God, where He calls us is where we need to be. Relocation is the mind of Christ that we should have during our pilgrimage here on earth. He left the splendor of heaven for the lowest possible state of human existence. None of us could ever match such a sacrifice.
3. A servant does not have any possessions of his own. He is only the manager of His Master’s resources. This could be the best of both worlds if we start on the right footing. It is always such fun to spend someone else’s money.
This is the opportunity to return unto the Lord what is rightfully his (The earth is the Lord’s and all who live in it) and at the same time be able to spend it for the aggrandizement of his kingdom here on earth. This is the very essence of Redistribution
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.
PO Box 1315
Fountain Inn, SC 29644
Haiti International Alliance, Inc. (HIA) is a humanitarian-based organization that is working to improve the lives of the people of Haiti. HIA was formed in
2010 by Dr. Jean Rigaud Amilcar Antoine (Pastor Rigaud) in order to oversee the operation of his numerous ministries in Haiti.In Port-au-Prince, Haiti, HIA maintains the following primary areas of assistance.
Bethlehem Evangelical Baptist Church was started on September 2, 1984 by Pastor Rigaud, his wife Melande, and their children Jean Caleb and Jean
Ricot in a small building in Port-au-Prince close to where they are now located. They outgrew that building very quickly and held services in the street.
Pastor Rigaud was called to a meeting at the office of the President of Haiti and given the land where Bethlehem Evangelical Baptist Church and College
Jean Rigaud Antoine are currently located. Bethlehem Evangelical Baptist Church has approximately 2000 people who attend church services each Sunday.
What We Do
Haiti International Alliance is involved in Haiti in the following areas:
Orphan Care (through a partnership with Wayom Timoun)
Haiti International Alliance exists to provide food, housing, education, and medical care for children in the local communities but focuses primarily on the orphans of Haiti.Our Vision:
To bring resources and infrastructure to targeted areas of Haiti with an ultimate goal of helping to stabilize the core issues of employment, shelter, and food - while assisting the growth of the economy.Our Core Values:
• Ethical Standards
PO Box 641289
Miami, Florida 33164-1289
Haiti Mission Incorporated (HMI) is a Louisiana-based, international, development organization that helps build sustainable projects to bring dignity, hope, love, joy, and faith to the people of Haiti. The first and foremost goal is to provide potable water within 500 feet of every family in this area. Other projected activities include initiatives in the fields of education, health, improved housing, and other basic material needs. A long range vision is to help the villagers to establish independent economic development by providing them with agricultural business opportunities utilizing their own native resources, which may include no-interest business loans and vocational skills that will enable them to lead a worthy life on the material, social, cultural, and spiritual level.
P.O. Box 694
Thibodaux, LA 70302