Discipling the Youth of Haiti with the Gospel

One of the major emphases of our work in Haiti is investing in young people.  We do this through orphan care and education, but also through teaching and discipling the youth and young adults as well.  In our upcoming trip, we will host a two-day youth conference focused on “The Gospel Centered Life” to teach and disciple the youth of Haiti to know who Jesus is and what He has done so that they might build their lives and settle their identities upon Him and Him alone.  We will also have evening evangelistic services for the community where young people can invite friends and family to come hear the gospel proclaimed from one of our team members.

Here is the schedule for the youth conference which will take place in Desarmes on January 19-20.  Please pray that God would use this time to light a fire in the hearts of young people with a passion to know Jesus and spread the fragrance of the knowledge of Him everywhere they go!


Discipling Session 1: What is the Gospel? – Tim Brister
Discipling Session 2: What is the Gospel-Centered Life? – Lance Parrott
Discipling Session 3: How Am I Continually Changed by the Gospel? – KJ Pugh
Evangelistic Service – Erik Reed


Discipling Session 4: How the Gospel Impacts You in Faith (Your Life) – Tim Brister
Discipling Session 5: How the Gospel Impacts You in Love (Your Community) – KJ Pugh
Discipling Session 6: How the Gospel Impacts You in Hope (Your Future) – Erik Reed
Evangelistic Service – Lance Parrott

About Timmy Brister

My name is Tim Brister. I am a pastor of Grace Baptist Church (Cape Coral, Florida), founder of the PLNTD Network, director of P2R and the Memory Moleskine, creator of The Haiti Collective, and director of Band of Bloggers. I am happily married to my wife Dusti and the proud father of two little boys.
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