Holy Spirit, You Are Welcome Here!

Last week, a team went to Haiti and the Dominican Republic to serve. On the last morning of the trip, those of us in Haiti took a “prayer walk” through our Degeance community. We stopped at our current school, at a well-known tree where voodoo ceremonies are often held, and finished at our new property. It was a Spirit-led walk, as we spent time singing worship songs together and praying over community members & children that we came across along the way.

When we arrived at the property where our new Degeance campus will be built, we spread out and walked around the land while praying. We prayed for funds to complete the project, for the students that will walk through the gate to receive an education, for the adults that are shepherding the students’ hearts, for the neighbors, and for God’s presence to saturate that place for generations to come. We welcomed the Holy Spirit and ended our time there by singing praise and worship to the One who holds the future of the Degeance property and community.

Now, we wait expecantly and full of anticipation to see how God will continue to move!

Sponsor a Community Agent

Community Agents

Greetings from the Sponsorship Department at Mission Possible! This is a slower time of the year for me, as our students are out of school and we have not yet received our new school year registration information. But we are excited about all the great things that will be happening when school starts in Haiti in less than two months and in August for the Dominican Republic.

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Mission Possible On Television!

Recently, a former team member reached out to us with the opportunity to put Mission Possible in the spotlight. Vanessa Lee, an Audiologist that traveled with MP to Haiti, made contact with a local news station and arranged for Mission Possible to talk during the noon edition of their news. Below, you can view the segment. Thank you, Vanessa, for your passion for Mission Possible and for arranging this awesome opportunity!

Link to our news interview!

Learning Creole!

The desire to be able to communicate with the Haitians is a common theme among team members that have traveled to Haiti. Our broken Creole, along with their broken English, makes it difficult to get to know each other’s hearts as deeply as we’d like. Now that Hachemy is working in our Findlay office, it seemed silly to not embrace this new opportunity to be taught Creole by someone who speaks it as their native language!

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Embracing Change

Change can be hard sometimes. We like our routines, our habits, and we like them because they are comfortable. For the last eleven years, Kurt Bishop has served Mission Possible extremely well. He has strengthened countless areas and grown Mission Possible to the great organization that it is today. Assembling a great, hardworking, passionate staff, Kurt has shown great leadership and done so as a true servant. Even though Kurt will be stepping down as President of Mission Possible, he is not going far. He will continue to serve MP in varies capacities. He is excited to see what the future holds for Mission Possible and his family. We want to thank Kurt for his years of faithful service to Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

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New President Appointed!

A note from Mission Possible President, Kurt Bishop:

March 18, 2017

To the Mission Possible family:

Serving as President of Mission Possible has been a real privilege and blessing to me, Julie, and our children. God has blessed me with a great fit at the intersection of my gifting and background and Mission Possible’s needs over the last 11+ years. Working with the U.S. and Canada Boards, Pastor Moise, Pastor Herve, our U.S. staff, and our supporters has been amazing and I thank God for bringing us to where we are today. Together, with God’s direction, we have prepared a solid base of leadership in our Haiti field. We have also built the financial support and a solid U.S. administrative team and operation.

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Teacher School Graduation!

We are thrilled to give you the news about our Teacher School graduation! In July, 42 of our teachers graduated from the school. The Teacher School is a three year program to help our current educators increase their professionalism and credentials.

Seventeen of the graduates were qualified to take the national examination to become a nationally certified teacher. All seventeen passed! That makes us feel good about the value of our program.

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The Reason We Go

Often we get the question, “Why do you take people on mission trips? Wouldn’t it be more efficient and save on plane tickets to just send the money to Haiti?” Mission Possible takes many people to Haiti and the Dominican Republic because we know it makes a special difference to the Haitians — people have come so far at great expense to tell them something important. It also makes a profound impact on the lives of team members. This account comes from Abbey, a recent high school graduate:

Abby with Kids

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