Stories from Haiti

Stories from Haiti

Discover the amazing stories of God's grace in action.  Read and learn how Gospel for Haiti is serving the people of Haiti. 

Joy in the life of Jesus

By darrell | January 4, 2020

After a seeming disappointment in the village of Aneke with a distraction of a near-by soccer game, things turned around with another large crowd coming to hear the evangelism outreach. This time approximately 200 people were there, and they were so very thankful for the team coming to share. There was music and worship, the …

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Thank you to all those who were a part of Giving Tuesday!

By darrell | December 13, 2019

Thank you to all those who were a part of Giving Tuesday! We were able to fix 3 motorcycles belonging to pastors who very much needed help. I’m so glad God put it on your heart to give. Gospel for Haiti is working with different pastors, people, and kids daily to make Haiti a better …

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The fields are white unto harvest!

By darrell | December 3, 2019

Last week, four of us went out and did some scouting for some possible outreach locations in Haiti for the first week in January. We found a community several miles out in the middle of nowhere (only one way in and out). Along the way were many villages that were hungry for the preaching of …

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Giving Tuesday

By darrell | December 3, 2019

Giving Tuesday is here! We will be raising money for transportation for pastors in Haiti seeking to accomplish their jobs of ministry, helping their church members, caring for their communities, and saving time by riding to the next needed location rather than walking. The money that’s donated today will be used to repair motorcycles for …

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Scouting for 2020!

By darrell | November 25, 2019

We are back and man are we dirty! We passed out a lot of tracts, met some fine people, prayed for many, and found some great places to visit and evangelize in January.       This associate pastor and family are getting a smooth concrete floor. Praise God and thank you Gospel for Haiti …

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2020 in Haiti

By darrell | October 13, 2019

In January, Gospel for Haiti is planning on being prayed up and going into the countryside and mountains of Haiti for one month. We will evangelize everyday for 31 days and as God leads. We are planning on traveling on back paths to some of the most difficult places to reach in Haiti, all with …

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"He Who Has Ears To Hear, Let Him Hear…" Mark 4:9

By darrell | September 26, 2019

We met this little girl on a previous trip and asked for prayer for the nearly total blockage in her ear — for wisdom for doctors, for provision, for healing.   Well, thanks to some skillful doctors, some caring donors, and the Lord’s providential healing hand, that blockage is now gone! We sure appreciate what …

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Evangelism Outreach

By darrell | September 14, 2019

People are starting to come. They will continue to come until it is done. Pray for the salvation of souls. God is already at work!

Blockades Aren't All Bad

By darrell | September 12, 2019

Well, not the welcome wagon, but I did make it home in Haiti. No gas, but since God made available eternal life without gas, I think life will continue. I had many opportunities to witness to crowds of people on the way up. Blockades aren’t all bad. Haiti needs revival like America does.

Let the Children Come

By darrell | August 23, 2019

This cute little guy just needs a small operation to make him and his momma really happy. Being born with extra fingers in a shame-based culture could be rough, to say the least. This next patient is Ebbi.  He didn’t initially want to have the surgery, but he was a trooper anyway. I can assure …

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James 1:27

"Pure and undefiled religion in the sight of our God and Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their distress."

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