Throughout the years a number of ministries have grown out of the Mission, both from necessity and a desire to meet the physical needs of people. One of the ways that we seek to serve Haitian families in need is to come alongside of them and help them build their home.
There have been hundreds of homes built for families in need over the years. After meeting their physical needs, we hope that an opportunity will open to both share the gospel with them and also allow a Haitian pastor, associated with the Mission, to come alongside and disciple them.
The Mission also aids associated churches with construction of their buildings. Once the congregation has laid cement block and poured the floor, the Mission sends a group of carpenters out to help with the finishing touches by placing roofs on the church structure. Throughout the years the Mission has helped start over 350 churches. It is our prayer that this number will raise as the Haitian people continue to grow in discipleship.
The physical buildings are only a symbol for the ministry taking place amongst the family and the church. If the buildings cease to exist, both will continue to grow under the blessing of God. Discipleship is not built under a roof, but under the leadership of Godly men and women by the power of the Scriptures. These buildings aid in making convenient gathering place for continued growth.