Poto mitan. It means “pillars of society” and is a term often used to describe Haitian women. Many of these women are their family’s sole breadwinner, frequently selling goods in the markets to keep their children fed. In an effort to foster family stability, Pastor Samuel and his team launched a microfinance program in 2016 designed to help women grow their businesses.
Congratulations are in order for the first graduating class of the Ecole Internationale de Ministère et de Leadership Chrétien, Torbeck! Several years ago, pastors... Read More
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Pastor Joseph Metelus. Pastor Joseph died unexpectedly at his home Monday morning, December 4th. Pastor Joseph... Read More
In the 2 weeks since Hurricane Matthew roared across southern Haiti, a host of articles have been published about the disaster and the relief effort. Most articles... Read More
Ever heard of a BHAG? I’ve often heard it this acronym used in vision-casting meetings or in the context of a motivational speaker. I’ve actually used it myself, from... Read More
Last month a small but mighty team of six Men of Mariners traveled to Haiti on a Faith Adventure where they focused on serving and equipping the people of Haiti.... Read More