Equipping the Next Generation of Christ-centered Leaders

A Note from the President – March 2014

This March we held our semi-annual Board meeting.  I continue to be impressed by the men and women who give leadership to this ministry and their desire to see things continue to move forward.  Each Board member gives sacrificially in different ways as he or she is able.  I believe we all left the meeting with a sense of expectancy of what God is doing and will continue to do through Mission Possible in Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

Some of us give our time, some give our treasure, some offer our prayers.  Together, God is doing good things through us.  To Him be the glory!

Yours and His,

Kurt Bishop, President

Impact from the Field

Over the past four years I have spent 14 weeks in Haiti with Mission Possible teams. Each year I am amazed by the work that is accomplished. Just like the five loaves and two fish that Jesus multiplied and fed the 5,000 (Luke 3:9), He multiplies our efforts, energy, skills, money, and time…

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A Note from the President – February 2014

Be encouraged by this report from Tracy Rath, Mission Possible staff member:

At Mission Possible we want to “Equip the Next Generation of Christ
Centered Leaders.” Our schools in Haiti are some of the best in the area,
but we want to strive for excellence and make them even better.

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2013 DR Sports Camp

A great article was recently written about a recent trip to the Dominican Republic last summer.
Check it out – OHSAA 2013 DR Sports Camp Article.

This is Mission Possible

We Have Expanded


Because of your dedicated and faithful support, Mission Possible is excited to announce the expansion of its ministry to a part of Haiti where we have never worked before.

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Three New Classrooms at the MPCA School


In October a team from Gateway church in Findlay, Ohio traveled to Mission Possible’s largest school in Haiti to work on our newest addition.  The MPCA School (Mission Possible Christian Academy) has about 1,100 students and was overflowing with kids.  The new building was built by Haitian workers, but the team from Gateway built the steel roof trusses and installed most of the roof panels.

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