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Bags of Blessing

Contribute to the needs of the saints and seek to show hospitality.

Romans 12:13

Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ.

Galatians 6:2

Remember when I talked about a congregation that was the only church in an area of rural Haiti led by a pastor called Batherlouis? We had visited them and got to witness a meeting of their elderly outreach program in 2021 and had hoped to visit again in 2022. Because of the craziness of the year, unrest in Haiti, lack of time and extra funds we never made it back.

However, we haven’t forgotten them and we hope you haven’t either! My husband and I along with a few Espwa Demen volunteers are planning to go again this spring and want to invite you to be a part of blessing this congregation! How is this going to work? And what do we mean by bags of blessing? Glad you asked!

In Haiti bags of concrete are currently sold at the equivalent of $10 each. To make the church’s foundation lots of concrete will be mixed with sand and water then poured over crushed stones. We want to bless the church with as much concrete as we are able to purchase. We will hand deliver these bags by motorcycle into the bush where there is no paved road.

We have a goal to donate at least 30 bags of concrete, but we are hopeful that God may do something even bigger! If you would like to get involved, every gift of $10 buys one bag, a gift of $20 buys two, a gift of $30 buys three and so on.

Let us, together, give these brothers and sisters in Christ an enabling hand with their church building so that they can continue to witness to the lost in their community rain or shine!

To read more click here. Donations can be made at the bottom of the linked page.

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Hi! I’m Rachel. Through a series of God orchestrated events I ended up in Haiti, in 2017.  Through years of serving with a ministry there I came to love the country and its people. I met Nelson and we got married in 2020. It was the best decision of my life! 


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