Our Ministries

Evangelism and Health Programs                             Field School of Evangelism

We have evening Bible based evangelism and health programs in area churches and outside in town parks.

Church Bible Study Programs

We bring French & Creole Bibles and conduct Bible studies in both languages.These programs are designed to teach members in each church how to conduct Bible studies, who then can teach Bible studies with others their communities.We also provide the solar Messenger audio Bibles that benefit the many people there who cannot read.

 

Vocational School and Sewing Program

Vacation Bible Schools

Gardening Programs

We take seed for as many families as we can. These are all donated. Hope Seed has been a huge help to us! We also have gardening seminars which help people learn how to save seed, make compost, and use fertilizer to increase production. And, we bring garden tools and gloves. 

 If you would like to come with us on a mission trip:

 

Contact us at:  Coopring05@aol.com or haitihelpers@haitihelpers.org.

 

Call us at: 678-986-6287

 

Mission Trip News

UPCOMING TRIPS

We will be going back to Haiti in May. We were just there for 2 weeks and had a great trip. We had meetings with the people making brooms. This is a small, limited industry already established in Bas Pinal. It is a broom industry that has been going on for over 70 years. It just needs a boost to get it to the next level. The orphange is closed and the families of all the children that were in it are all involved in broom making. We met with 30 people from this village and found out how we can help them grow their business, increase their income,   And we are going to initiate help them on this trip. There are four things we are going to do:

1. Purchase more donkeys and horses so they don't have to carry the finished brooms on their heads to market.

2. Obtain seed so they can grow the plants used for broom making locally and not have to walk 10 hours or take a 3 day round-trip to get their plant material as they do now.

I3. Purchase a Diahatsu truck to help them carry more plant material home for making the brooms while we are waiting for the local plants to grow. 

4. Find funding for micro loans.