Equipping the Next Generation of Christ-centered Leaders
We are in need of the school supplies listed below for our schools in Haiti & the Dominican Republic. You can drop them off to our office before Friday August 28th.
Pens (Blue and red ink)
Tape (Scotch, Masking, Double Sided, and Mounting)
White Glue (runny)
Modeling Clay (Not Playdoh)
Chenille Sticks (pipe cleaners)
Tempura Paint (all colors needed)
Paint Brushes (varied sizes)
15th Annual Golf Tournament September 26th 2015.
• Come and enjoy a great day with us at the scenic river valley Devon Golf Course in Edmonton Alberta Canada.
• The Texas scramble format starts at 12 p.m. with a delicious meal and short presentation after the golf.
• No golf experience needed.
• Enjoy God’s handiwork, meet some folks, have fun and even win a prize.
• $120 per person which includes a tax deductible gift to Mission Possible.
• All net proceeds go to support our Mission Possible school children in Haiti.
To register please call Dave & Gayle Funk at 780-469-6581 or Email Gayle at email@example.com
Thursday, August 20, 2015: 6:30pm to 10pm
Tearing out and tearing down parts of the new Mission Possible
headquarters building in preparation for the new construction.
306 West Bigelow Avenue, Findlay Ohio (the old “Jerry’s Drive Thru”)
Please bring gloves, ear plugs, safety glasses and a hammer if you have one.
You can contact Kimberlie with questions about this event:
Student teams from Bluffton University and Presbyterian College returned from Haiti at the end of May.
Follow this link to read their team blog.
MP Teams Blog
You may be aware over the last year of Mission Possible’s Leadership Academy in Haiti.
The Matching Challenge (December 2014 through January 2015) was a big success. Overall it raised $74,137.44 for our schools.
Could it really be the year 2015 already? If you are like me, it takes you a few months to get used to writing “2015” instead of “2014”. It’s a change.
Every time we communicate with you we try to reinforce our belief that leadership training is the best way to make a lasting impact in Haiti. Well-intentioned handouts provide temporary relief, but also create other regrettable issues. When the men and women of Haiti resolve to fix the country’s problems, we will see real change. Mission Possible is training and equipping those leaders through our primary and secondary schools, Teacher College, Nursing School, Leadership Academy, and Bible School.
A note from one of our child sponsors.