We desire to partner with Haitians who have great God-given potential.

 

No American missionary can evangelize a foreign country as well as Christian nationals can, but in Haiti, extreme poverty hampers the ability of Haitian Christians to evangelize their own country.     

Often Haitian Christians do not have the resources to adequately support the ministries of a local church or to get systematic Bible training of any kind.  In Haiti, church planting and church growth largely depend on outside support in the form of finances and personal relationships.

Although many Haitians have not come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, Haiti is not a mission field which needs Christ introduced.  In fact, it is our belief that American Christians could learn much from Haitian believers in the way they live their lives in trust, submission, and mutual edification.  

Haiti is a mission field where economic opportunities and personal relationships are necessary to help Haitian Christians and pastors move beyond mere physical subsistence to evangelism and systematic Bible training that will spur church growth and additional church planting.

            Haiti Awake is our ministry. 

 

 
When he saw the crowds,
he had compassion for them,
because they were harassed and helpless,
like sheep without a shepherd.
— Matthew 9:36