In conjunction with Semone Seavers and her ministry Radiant Purpose, we are teaching women to know their identity and purpose in Christ so that we can empower them holistically. We hosted the first Radiant Purpose women’s conference in the spring, with many more to come. Semone Seavers has also been working with the women of Haiti Design Co-op, a social business employing Haitians, where she teaches Bible studies and conducts exercise classes.
We are working alongside stateside partners to coordinate relief efforts in the Southern Peninsula of Haiti. The town of Bainet has been hit severely by Hurricane Matthew. Flood waters have blocked travel routes and destroyed houses and crops. We will be transporting supplies of food and water to several remote villages in Bainet, who are currently stranded because the river has risen too high and trapped the people within their community. Your gifts can make a huge difference as the crisis in Bainet will not diminish soon. We will be personally storing any supplies donated while we coordinate a safe way to deliver them to the south. You may donate to the relief work below. Donate
We partner with an orphanage in Port-au-Prince, Haiti that has about 25 children. For over a year, we have developed relationships with these kids and the staff to explore the best way for us to help. We have developed a Child and Family Sponsorship to help support these children on both a physical and emotional level. Our sponsorship program has two phases as described below. Care The first phase is to simply improve the current conditions for these kids as they live at the orphanage. Up until this point, they have not been receiving adequate medical attention or nutritious meals, and the conditions they are living in are unacceptable. You may sponsor not only a child, but also one of the orphanage staff. Sponsoring a staff member not only empowers that individual and their family, but also drastically improves the quality of care the children receive. Prevention Many of the children are “poverty orphans” which means that they have at least one living parent who has given them over to institutionalized care because of poverty; but we firmly believe that every child deserves permanency and emotional care, which can only come from a family. The second phase of our program is to place each child in a family, and if possible, reunite many […]
Our big vision is to work within communities to create jobs, teach agriculture, develop spiritual leaders, and provide affordable housing. We are looking into a unique earthquake-resistant form of housing known as container homes (built from repurposed shipping containers) that will provide safe and affordable accommodations for many families. We desire to see container home communities built up, providing a network of support for its residents.