Category Archives: Trip Updates

Pictures from Christ Fellowship’s Trip to St. Marc

From June 19th – 25th a group of 8 people, including me, served alongside the church in Saint-Marc, Haiti. The week was filled with orphan ministry in the mornings – teaching, singing, playing games, etc. In the afternoons members of … Continue reading

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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, … Continue reading

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Training Haitian Pastors on Suffering and the Sovereignty of God

During the week of January 16-22, we will be taking a team of pastors to Haiti for a network-wide theological training conference.  This will be our third training conference (the first focused on the nature and implications of the gospel, … Continue reading

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Summary Schedule of Haiti Mission (June 2011)

This month’s mission trip was one week long.  One of the benefits of ministering in Haiti is that you don’t lose any days while traveling.  There is no jet-lag (Haiti is currently on CST), and the flight is less than … Continue reading

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Media Resources for Haiti Mission (June 2011)

The Flickr album for Haiti Mission has been updated with photos from this month’s mission trip to Saint-Marc, Haiti.  Not all the videos could be uploaded because Flickr has a 30 second limit on all videos, so the longer videos will … Continue reading

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Reflections on Haiti Mission (June 2011)

By Timmy Brister This past week, I had the privilege of taking a team from Bowling Green, KY to Haiti to partner with a church in Saint-Marc, Haiti (here’s a satellite image of the mountain village where the church gathers).  This … Continue reading

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13 Ways to Pray for Our Haiti Mission Team

By the time you read this, our team will be on our way (or already in) to Haiti.  As we seek to accomplish the work laid out before us, we are mindful that the work of intercession is the most … Continue reading

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What We Will Be Doing in Haiti

Our mission team will be in Haiti for a total of ten days.  We have two main objectives: (1) rebuild the building of the mother church in Desarmes as well as start construction on a multi-level orphanage, and (2) provide … Continue reading

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Packing Up for Haiti

In two days, our first full-scale mission team leaves for Haiti, and we are excited about the opportunity of sharing and showing the love of Jesus!  We are bringing with us 18 bins of supplies, in which include the following: … Continue reading

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Chérir Christ Bible Conférence

From January 4 – January 6, 2011, Tom Ascol and I will be leading a gospel-centered conference in Haiti focused on training Haitian pastors, church planters, and orphan school teachers.  This conference will take place in Le Xaragua Hotel under … Continue reading

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Taking Precautions Against Cholera

Today, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention issued a bulletin for those headed to Haiti or the Dominican Republic over the holidays to take precautions against cholera.  Business Week reports: The CDC is now offering travelers to Haiti and … Continue reading

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Update on Pastor Joseph’s Travels

Pastor Joseph was scheduled to return to Haiti Wednesday morning.  Unfortunately due the election results being announced that day, unrest and rioting has basically turned Port-au-Prince into a stand-still.  The airport in Port-au-Prince has not been opened since Tuesday evening, … Continue reading

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