Dream for a clinic becomes reality in Haiti mountains
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Dream for a clinic becomes reality in Haiti mountains

By Jenny Jenkins Answering the call to build a clinic in a remote community in the mountains of Haiti has a set of unique challenges.  As we prayed about and started this project, it came about only because of a community that was willing to put the sweat equity into this project, to see a … Continue reading

Haitian man receives ‘gift from God’ amid pain and paradise
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Haitian man receives ‘gift from God’ amid pain and paradise

 By Blake Tommey At the time Minos Saint Amand met Cooperative Baptist Fellowship field personnel Jenny Jenkins, he was living on a dirt floor under poorly woven cloth supported by a few sturdy branches. Even so, he welcomed her to his plot in Petit Paradis, Haiti, with a radiant smile and began to recount his … Continue reading

Haiti Ministries

CBF concludes Disaster Response work in Haiti

As the disaster response portion of CBF’s work in Haiti concludes, ongoing sustainable ministries take over to build upon the great strides and partnering attitudes that were established just after the devasting 2010 earthquake. Last weekend on March 3rd, hundreds of people gathered at the newly constructed Siloë Temple Baptist Church in Grand Goâve to … Continue reading

General CBF / Haiti Ministries

What is it like to build a Rubble House in Haiti?

Building a Rubble House begins with a group of volunteers who want to dedicate a week to working, living, laughing, eating, sleeping, praying, and playing in Grand Goave, Haiti. A team from Oakland Baptist Church recently returned from a Rubble House construction mission in January and these are their pictures. The Haiti Housing Network (a.k.a. … Continue reading