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.
Perhaps you’ve heard about the protests crippling Haiti for the past week. Thousands of Haitians in every major city (and many small towns as well) are voicing their... Read More
Back in January 2018, a group of men from Mariners Church went to Haiti to talk sustainability with Pastor Sam. Because the team was small, they had the opportunity to... Read More
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
In February 2018, Emily VanDegrift visited Haiti with a team from Mariners Church. Though she was the youngest on the team by quite a few years, she displayed wisdom... Read More
“We are humbled and honored to stand with you in the support of the building of a sustainable school… We stand with you in prayer as you continue the real hard... Read More