Evangelism In Haiti

Although the situation in Haiti is extremely difficult and uncertain right now, it has not stopped a Saint Marc church group from evangelizing to those who do not know Christ. A group of men and women from the church has been dedicated to spreading the Gospel both within their community Read more…

Leadership Importance

Over the past year and a half, Haiti has seen a rise in political unrest.  The people are hurting and have so much uncertainty right now.  This country is desperate for servant leaders that will rise up and lead them.  At Mission Possible we believe in what John C Maxwell Read more…

Thanks Clyde High School!

I want to give a big thanks to the Spanish students at Clyde High School and their willingness to collect school supplies for our school in the Dominican Republic. This week I had the opportunity to spend a day with them talking about the Dominican Republic, our school there, and Read more…

Sponsorship Matters

Doctor. Seamstress. Engineer. Pastor. Farmer. Translator. Entrepreneur. Teacher. Driver. President. These are some of the answers that we heard when we asked students what they dreamed of being someday. Although Haiti is an extremely difficult country to thrive in, kids in Haiti and kids in America are quite similar in Read more…

Anniversary Highlights

Last month Mission Possible celebrated its 40th anniversary; 40 years of impacting students and families on the Island of Hispaniola. Many of you were there to celebrate with us. If you were not there, here are the highlights: Booths featuring our ministry areas, a lovely catered meal, some Mission Possible Read more…

Leadership Update

Over the summer (and even now) it is extremely difficult to travel to Haiti, and it was also very difficult for our staff and students to get around their own country. Because of the political unrest, we have cancelled teams and events that we normally have in the summer and Read more…

David’s September Note

Resourcefulness is the skilled and prompt response to new or difficult situations. In Haiti and the Dominican Republic, we see examples of resourcefulness every day. People who have very little finding ways to build a house with items we would throw away or provide for their families by selling produce Read more…

New Community Agent

Accida Herlande (Herlande is her first name) Herlande is our new Community Agent and she will be working at MPCA and lives in Montrouis. She grew up in St. Marc. and loves to help people. Herlande wants to be a Community Agent because it gives her a chance to work Read more…

DR Youth Camp

This summer we were able to send a mission team to the Dominican Republic to run a Youth Camp. At the camp, participants were able to learn some English, experiment with Science, play games, but most importantly experience the love of Jesus.  The theme for the week was “The Power Read more…