HAITI

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TAKING THE GOSPEL TO MOUNTAINOUS AREAS OF THE WORLD WHERE OTHER MISSIONARIES CANNOT OR WILL NOT GO

Hispaniola: Haiti and the Dominican Republic

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Hispaniola is an island in the Caribbean that is shared by two countries: the Afro-Caribbean Haiti to the west and the Hispanic Dominican Republic to the east. This is where Christopher Columbus landed in 1492 — “discovering” America. When Columbus arrived, the island was in...

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Mission: Haiti 2021

The work goes on

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What God started through Climbing For Christ from 2005 until 2014 has been restarted by a New Generation of workers.

Mission: Haiti 2014

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PRAY: Against spiritual opposition and human nature in Haiti. “I am fighting with two wrong habits between the Haitian churches: the voodoo and the interest in the money,” missionary Miguel Rubén Guante said. Lift the work Climbing For Christ does in the Chaine de la Selle range. ...
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Mission Moment: April 20, 2012

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About 400 banana plants were delivered and planted this week on the hill below the church at Malasi. “The people are in joy to sow and take care of the farm with Pastor Vilcuis,” missionary Miguel reported.

Mission Moment: April 17, 2012

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Missionary Miguel Rubén Guante returned to Malasi last week as we had planned during our March mission trip to Haiti. He delivered 252 coffee plants, which were purchased with a financial gift from the children at First United Methodist Church in Cañon City, CO, USA. The coffee plants ...

Mission Moment: April 9, 2012

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There is a great medical need in Haiti. Here's a message from Steve Quakenbush of Cañon City, CO, USA, who has served as the team doctor conducting medical clinics on the past five Evangelic Expeditions to Haiti, including Mission: Haiti 2012 last month: It was a joy, during our recent...

Trip Report: God is faithful

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Worship in the church at Malasi on March 18. (Photo by Gary Fallesen) By Gary Fallesen Founding President, Climbing For Christ Haitian missionary Miguel Rubén Guante looks at the churches of Monte Pou Kris (Climbing For Christ in Creole) and sees a people with “little faith.&rdqu...

Dispatches: Thursday, March 22

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U.S. team members traveled back to the States and their homes today and tonight. It began with a five-hour drive from the border to Santo Domingo, followed by flights to New York City and then to respective home airports. Haitian missionary Miguel was not as fortunate as our U.S. group. Shortly aft...

Dispatches: Wednesday, March 21

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We said our goodbyes and prayed for Malasi before hitting the “road” — rocky dirt roads that lead to mostly dry river beds all running downhill out of the Chaine de la Selle mountains in southeastern Haiti. The two vehicles — “the God truck” driven by Miguel and ...

Dispatches: Tuesday, March 20

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Two kites flew in the sky over the church at Malasi and schoolgirls jumped rope as Eileen played with the children on a windy but sunny day. Down the hill, dozens upon dozens of people stood in a perpetual line to get in the EMT to see Dr. Steve on the final day of medical clinics. Up and over the n...

Dispatches: Monday, March 19

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Jordan (with Rosie, left, and Eileen) leading the children in song at Bible school. Jordan and Eileen taught Bible school, opening in song with the Mission: Haiti standard, “I Am a Friend of God,” and then putting on two puppet plays. The first was a review of last year, when the pupp...

Dispatches: Sunday, March 18

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The church at Malasi. We worshiped for 3½ hours with about 150 brothers and sisters in Christ at the church at Malasi. The first two hours were spent in song as individuals and small groups of people lived out the words shared from Psalm 100: “Worship the Lord with gladness; come bef...

Dispatches: Saturday, March 17

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Crowds gather outside the Eric Memorial Tent to attend another day of medical clinics. The mission house and God truck are in the background. Dr. Steve and Co. treated at least twice as many people on Day 2 of the medical clinic — probably 150 or more. They administered more vaccines,...
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