Haitian Hope at Pergame Church

Filed: November 24, 2013

After meeting the needs of the people in Diquini Haitian Hope moved east to an area called. The Pergame Community church, under the Children Ministry leadership of Marlene Compere started a kid’s ministry not only for the local church but for the kids in the community. The church sits on top of a mountain overlooking the community.

 

At the Pregame Community church over 65 kids were served. The theme for the morning was “The sky is the limit!” HHHE members inspired and encouraged the kids that no matter who they are and where they are if they trust God the sky is the limit. Following arts and crafts by the younger attendees, the older kids reenacted a story from the bible based on the Centurion soldier (Matt. 8: 5-13).

Prior to lunch the children were provided with toys and school supplies to support their academic studies.

For the adults and seniors in attendance the organization again conducted a vision fair for those with vision impairments—the vision test was opened to the community. In addition to reading glasses, sunglasses where made available for those in need.

One particularly lady complaining about dust and sun hurt her eyes when outside was able to leave with a pair of sunglasses.

The visual aides were provided through a generous donation by the Restoring Vision organization through America’s Best Contacts & Eyeglasses.

Eye Bright a nutritional supplement to support healthy vision and Odorless Garlic a vegan formula to help health build the immune boost were provided to those in need. Both were provided through donation by Hope International.

Haitian Hope serves in Diquini

On Saturday, November 23, 2013 members of the Haitian Hope Humanitarian Effort, Inc. (HHHE) organization served the members and community of Eglise Adventiste Gosen de Diquini in Diquini, Haiti. Throughout the day, health related presentations were conducted by the organization’s board of directors: Guerline Durosier (President), Kenneth Victor (Vice President), Weslyne Coleman (Treasurer), and Becky Victor (Secretary).

Following ministry through song by a local Haitian Gospel Choir, “Gospel Voices”, an inspirational message entitled “Why So Much Suffering”* was presented to the congregation by Kenneth and Guerline. Those in attendance were reminded of who is responsible for the suffering in the world today and encouraged to know the hope of salvation through Jesus Christ.

Lunch was provided through funding by Haitian Hope. On the menu was rice and legume—a popular Haitian dish.

Saturday afternoon and again on Sunday morning, the organization conducted a vision fair for those with vision impairments—the vision test was opened to the community. The reading glasses were provided through a generous donation by the Restoring Vision organization through America’s Best Contacts & Eyeglasses. Men and women mostly 40 and above benefited mostly from the vision testing.

One of the ladies participating in the vision shared this testimony, “I wished I could read the Bible twice a day—in the morning when I wake up and when I go to bed at night, now I can!”

*All presentations made available by ASI Ministries.

Help Make A Difference “November 2013”

Support the next Mission Trip November 2013
Financially- DONATE NOW

Crafts

Toys

First-Aid Materials

Beauty/Health Aid Materials

Provide tuition scholarship to orphans & needy (30-100 kids)
Tuition per child- $10 a month

Support a “one meal a day” program to alleviate hunger
$85 per 100 kids

Provide Basic School Supplies
$30 per child

$50 per teacher

Mission Trip 2011

June 29- was all about meetings. People heard about our ministry and wanted it to enlist our help and support.

June 30- Bright and early, we were at a school up on a hill. This school is being in existence for 28 years. It was founded by a pastor who wanted to share the SDA message in the neighborhood and was designed to provide free and/or cheaper tuition to any needy child. The pastor was transferred out of the area and have asked a family to keep on with this endeavor. After the earthquake the enrollment of the school rapidly grew. Because it was the only one remained standing in the area. Today we were blessed to be with them. The staff were very grateful. The children enjoyed the art and crafts, Bible lessons and songs. They specially savored the meal we provided to them. A few saved some portion to take home to share with mom. Please see attached pictures.

Together, we can make a greater impact in a child’s life and future

Opportunities to help make a difference:

Provide tuition scholarship to orphans & needy (30-100 kids)

             Tuition per child- $10 a month

Support Micro Financing loan program to assist with poverty

Support a “one meal a day” program to alleviate hunger

             $85 per 100 kids

Donation for Repair of school infrastructures- $3000

Provide Basic School Supplies

              $30 per child

              $50 per teacher

Support the next Mission Trip June 2011

              Financially

              Crafts

              Toys

              First Aid Materials

              Beauty/Health Aid Materials