Why do we do what we do?

We are convinced that ultimately, the only hope for genuine change is the Gospel of Jesus Christ! We believe the good news that Jesus died for our sins and calls offers forgiveness and new life in Him! Only His love can free man's heart from the bondage of sin and despair. 

We exist to show the love of Christ in practical service to those in greatest need, even as we proclaim the truth that the only real hope is found in Christ!We are convinced that ultimately, the only hope for genuine change is the Gospel of Jesus Christ! 

We believe the good news that Jesus died for our sins and calls offers forgiveness and new life in Him! Only His love can free man's heart from the bondage of sin and despair. We exist to show the love of Christ in practical service to those in greatest need, 

even as we proclaim the truth that the only real hope is found in Christ!

  • Relationships

    We are not the "Saviors" of our Haitian friends, we are their friends and peers. We believe that we are called to serve them, to lay down our lives in loving them, in showing them the dignity that comes in being greatly valued by the one who places His image on every human being! We believe in relationships! We feel this way because WE have been valued and brought into relationship with God through Christ, though we are fully undeserving of such grace! As we model this emphasis on relationships, we hope to point to the one relationship that truly satisfies the soul, and the one who came to make that relationship possible!

  • Leadership Development

    We believe that Haiti's future lies in the hands of those who would lead her. We seek to educate, empower and encourage her spiritual leaders. In small Haitian towns, the church remains a hub of education, of instruction, of direction in the lives of Haitians. We believe that we are involved in exponential investing as we invest in the leaders of Haiti's churches.We believe that Haiti's future lies in the hands of those who would lead her. We seek to educate, empower and encourage her spiritual leaders. In small Haitian towns, the church remains a hub of education, of instruction, of direction in the lives of Haitians. We believe that we are involved in exponential investing as we invest in the leaders of Haiti's churches.

  • Meeting the deepest need

    We want to love in Jesus' name. We want to be His hands and feet and care for the needy expecting nothing in return. At the end of the day, however, we realize that the greatest help we can give, is pointing our friends to our Savior! he is Haiti's hope!We want to love in Jesus' name. We want to be His hands and feet and care for the needy expecting nothing in return. At the end of the day, however, we realize that the greatest help we can give, is pointing our friends to our Savior! he is Haiti's hope!