Equipping the Next Generation of Christ-centered Leaders

A Letter from our President Sept. ’14

Many people have given funds and even traveled on a mission trip to help construct “Ebenezer II”, Mission Possible’s Haitian Creole language church in Barahona, Dominican Republic.  You may recall that much of the construction costs have been provided by Haitian church members.  We are proud they have taken it upon themselves to have “skin in the game”.  There is some North American support, but much of the funding and most of the work has been Haitian / Dominican through this cooperative partnership.

These pictures will give you an idea of the progress on the Ebenezer II Creole church.

Thanks for your support of this ministry.

Kurt Bishop, President

Creole Church June3 (1) Creole Church June3 (2) Creole Church June3 (4)

A Letter from our President Aug. ’14

The following report comes from Pam Macke who led several medical teams to Haiti.


“We met Elson at Mission Possible’s Degeance school in February.  He had fallen out of a tree and broken his leg three months before.  The stitches from leg surgery at a Haitian clinic had been left in the entire time.  To continue healing, Elson’s leg needed further medical attention.  His mother could not take him back to the clinic because she did not have the money.  We were able to provide the needed attention.  Elson’s medical situation also brought awareness for the need to educate our Haitian leaders on how to provide basic first-aid care to the students in their communities.


“We may sometimes ask ourselves, ‘Are we really making a difference?’  Elson would say, ‘yes!’  Today he is freely walking without his crutches!”


Thank you for being a part of Elson’s life.  He is pictured here.





Kurt Bishop, President


A Letter from the President – July ’14

You may be aware that teacher training is somewhat rare in Haiti.  To legally teach in elementary school (up to 6th grade), a teacher does not need to have graduated from high school.  A high school teacher needs only a high school diploma (but no teacher training).  Although many teachers have some formal teacher training beyond high school, it would be rare to encounter a teacher that has a 4-year college degree.  

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A Letter from the President – June ’14

This month, our 3,000 students in Haiti and the Dominican Republic will complete another school year.  Most will pass along to the next grade.  Unfortunately, many will not pass.

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Sponsorship changes lives, here & there


A note from one of our child sponsors.

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A Letter from the President

As a ministry deeply embedded in Haiti, we are naturally affected by the culture.  Every culture has its problems.  

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School Lunches 4 Haiti


It is time to kick off the School Lunches 4 Haiti program for 2014! Get your church Vacation Bible School or Sunday School involved today.  Everything you need for the program is on the webpage.

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. 

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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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