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Mission of Hope Haiti
Every year, Mission of Hope houses hundreds of groups and individuals at its campus in the foothills of Titanyen, Haiti. These gracious volunteers visit for a week, answering a call to assist in bringing life transformation to the people of Haiti. Whether you’re an individual or someone looking to bring a group, short-term mission trips is a great way to experience the benefits of serving a community in need.
The benefit of a week-long trip to Mission of Hope is three-fold:
- Volunteers are able to serve the mission and surrounding communities through work projects and ministry.
- Volunteers are able to catch a glimpse of the need in Haiti, and see first-hand how Mission of Hope is responding.
- Volunteers are able to return to their home-country with tools necessary to impact the needs of their own community.
Regardless of your skills, there are ways for you to serve at Mission of Hope. Once you arrive on the ground, we’ll plan your week for you, aware of your skill set. Trips will include village ministry to our surrounding community and light, construction ministry. If you have a medical team that wants to lead a medical mission trip to Haiti, we can speak with you about leading/participating in a Mobile Clinic to our surrounding communities. Click here to learn more.
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Posted by Shannon:
I went to Haiti for my first mission trip with my school over spring break 2013. Anytime I have to tell someone about the trip, I think I'm going to tell them about one specific experience but I end up jumping from one story to the next. God used the nation of Haiti to teach me and show me so much and one way that he used this place and its people was through the story of baby Wilson. This picture is of me holding this three day old baby who was rescued from a 20ft latrine, abandoned the day that he was born. The people in the village of Leveque found him and rescued him on Tuesday, and he was adopted by pastor William on Wednesday. This is Thursday, my last day in the village and I was humbled to hold this baby miracle. When I looked at this little boy, I was brought to tears. God's strong hand of protection was on this baby and he did not allow for him to be harmed, he only had two scratches! My God is strong and mighty, he is our protector and our refuge.
Posted by Jennifer:
As I reflect on our 2012 trip, I can't help but SMILE knowing that the Haitian people are filled with joy and happiness. They do not have many possessions, shelter or food. Despite the harsh circumstances, the People of Haiti are Loving, Joyful, Kind and Faithful. It reminds me of my favorite bible verse: But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness. Galatians 5:22 You can enjoy this same freedom in your own life. We must learn that we can be extraordinarily happy while living an ordinary, everyday life. We can learn to be content with life as it is. We are blessed abundantly but we still complain. Learn to be happy and content with what we have and do not complain as much about what we don't have. If the people of Haiti can be happy with a little then we should try to be happy with a lot!
Posted by Kelly:
Nedge, my new friend, and unknowingly is now my teacher. I met her a couple weeks ago with a team, while building relationships and praying with the people of Sourse Matelas. As soon as I met her I knew she loved the Lord simply by the way she carried herself and by her infectious smile. After spending the afternoon together, she made me promise to meet her at Tuesday worship service that night at Mission of Hope. This is the night I realized that God was sending this ambitious 17-year-old girl here to show me what it truly means to worship. Service consisted of together, as the body of Christ, praising God. As sisters in Christ, she grabbed by hand and lifted both of our arms to God in worship. After singing her heart out, towards the middle of the night, pastor said it was time to pray. Since my Creole is not very good, she was helping me out. Nedge told me “It’s time to pray Kelly” I then told her I understood and bowed my head. This next part is where I was humbled in every way possible. She proceeds to tell me “No Kelly, when you pray you kneel on the ground before the Lord”. At that moment, I immediately dropped to the floor in full surrender to God. This girl has taught me more about intimacy with God than she will ever know. Worship is humbling yourself before the Lord, which means laying everything at His feet. Face down in full surrender to Him simply because of His great, loving, and peace bringing name. His presence is to be honored and cherished at all times in every circumstance.
Posted by Kayla Markham:
When I decided to make my first mission trip to Haiti, I didn't realize how much of an impact it would make in my life. I've always been the person willing to do anything and everything to help others, no matter what. Little did I know, my world was about to change. I arrived in Haiti with the expectation that I was going to help as much as I could, doing whatever was needed. The Lord had other plans. I was the one who needed the help. A year before I left for Haiti, I lost a child due to miscarriage. It left me lost, broken and empty. All feelings I thought would never go away. It wasn't until I picked up one Haitian child that the emptiness seemed to disappear. I asked the translator to ask him his name, his name was "Kevin". This just so happens to be my little brothers name. Instantly I knew God was working on ME. The child held onto my neck and embraced me so passionately, like a child would do to a mother. All this child wanted was for someone to hold him, play with him and love him. It brought me to tears to put h down and walk away. God helped me understand that my baby was in HIS arms doing the exact same thing. I am now at peace knowing I can and will have my own children one day, when the time is right. Haiti changed my life, and I can't wait to return in Janurary. Thank you to the mission of hope for all their efforts in showing the Haitians and all the people who visit the love of Jesus Christ every single day!
Posted by Dominique:
I went to Haiti in July of 2012. I had never left my country before, but my church had this trip to Haiti so I went. My parents stayed home which was pretty scary! But, after I got to spend time with the kids I felt right at home. I made new friends and Haiti has , in my eyes, become my second home. Now this year my church is going back to MOH so I plan to go! I can't wait!Pa ka tann pou yo retounen Ayiti lakay mwen! Can't wait to return to my home Haiti!