Depart in peace, be ye warmed and filled; notwithstanding ye give them not those things which are needful to the body; what doth it profit? James 2, 16
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Dear friends    Warm   greetings   in   the   name   of   the   Lord Jesus Christ, I   am   writing   you   today   on   behalf   of   the brothers    in    Haiti,    as    the    apostle    Paul    once wrote   on   behalf   of   the   Saints   of   Judea.   As   you probably    know,    I    have    come    to    know    the country   quite   well.   I   have   developed   a   great love   and   concern   for   the   Haitian   brethren   ever since   my   first   missionary   trip   to   Haiti,   in   1989. As    I    have    gone    back    over    42    times,    I    have come   to   know   the   local   churches   and   their   leaders   very   well.   Although   the   common   people   mostly express   themselves   in   Creole,   French   is   actually   the   official   language,   such   that   every   time   I preach   in   the   nation's   capital,   Port-au-Prince,   or   any   of   the   other   larger   cities,   I   simply   preach   in French.   The   lack   of   language   barrier   has   greatly   facilitated   interpersonal   relationships   and   helped create   lasting   bonds.   Every   time   I   go,   I   am   struck   by   their   great   poverty,   and   the   tremendous lack   of   just   about   everything:   from   life   sustaining   essentials   to   indispensable   Christian   supplies, such as Bibles, Message books, and the like.    November   2009,   I   decided   to   resign   as   pastor,   in   order   to   embrace   the   mission   field,   full- time.    My    son-in-law,    Bro.    Steeve    Brisson,    is    now    pastoring    the    Assemblée    Lumière    du    Soir (Evening   Light   Assembly)   that   I   had   been   pastoring   for   17   years,   out   of   Warden,   in   the   province of Quebec.    For   many   years   now,   brother   Raymond   Hébert   (from   Madawaska,   Maine,   USA)   has   been travelling   there   with   me.   We   have   brought   literally   thousands   of   Bibles,   thousands   of   Message tapes,   and   thousands   of   French   biographies   that   brother   André   Morin   had   written,   back   in   1983. We   were   even   able   to   get   3,333   of   these   biographies   printed   in   Santo   Domingo,   on   the   Dominican Republic   side   of   the   island,   at   half   price,   and   then   cross   them   over   to   Port-au-Prince,   on   the Haitian   side,   again   at   a   very   low   cost.   By   the   grace   of   God,   we   were   also   able   to   distribute   500 MP3s,   each   containing   around   300   French   messages.   Up   until   then,   the   ministers   only   had   a couple   of   Message   books   to   go   around.   With   the   ministers'   needs   covered,   we   then   helped   them set   up   a   printing   shop   in   Port-au-Prince,   so   that   Message   books   could   be   made   available   to   the Haitian    Bride    on    a    larger    scale.    There    are    roughly    20,000    believers    in    Haiti    worshipping    in approximately 160 churches... and their numbers are on the rise, each and every year.  The Lord willing, I will be travelling to Haiti as often as required.  Thank you for your trust and generosity, and may the Lord bless you richly,  Brother André Petit    ''He that hath pity upon the poor lendeth to the Lord: and that which he hath given will he pay him again''. Proverbs 19 :17
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Dear friends Warm   greetings   in   the name   of   the   Lord   Jesus Christ,      I     am     writing     you today   on   behalf   of   the   brothers   in   Haiti,   as the   apostle   Paul   once   wrote   on   behalf   of   the Saints    of    Judea.    As    you    probably    know,    I have   come   to   know   the   country   quite   well.   I have   developed   a   great   love   and   concern   for the    Haitian    brethren    ever    since    my    first missionary   trip   to   Haiti,   in   1989.   As   I   have gone    back    over    42    times,    I    have    come    to know    the    local    churches    and    their    leaders very    well.    Although    the    common    people mostly   express   themselves   in   Creole,   French is    actually    the    official    language,    such    that every   time   I   preach   in   the   nation's   capital, Port-au-Prince,    or    any    of    the    other    larger cities,   I   simply   preach   in   French.   The   lack   of language     barrier     has     greatly     facilitated interpersonal      relationships      and      helped create   lasting   bonds.   Every   time   I   go,   I   am struck     by     their     great     poverty,     and     the tremendous    lack    of    just    about    everything: from        life        sustaining        essentials        to indispensable    Christian    supplies,    such    as Bibles, Message books, and the like.    November   2009,   I   decided   to   resign   as pastor,    in    order    to    embrace    the    mission field,    full-time.    My    son-in-law,    Bro.    Steeve Brisson,    is    now    pastoring    the    Assemblée Lumière    du    Soir    (Evening    Light    Assembly) that   I   had   been   pastoring   for   18   years,   out of Warden, in the province of Quebec.     For    many    years    now,    brother    Raymond Hébert   (from   Madawaska,   Maine,   USA)   has been    travelling    there    with    me.    We    have brought      literally      thousands      of      Bibles, thousands   of   Message   tapes,   and   thousands of    French    biographies    that    brother    André Morin   had   written,   back   in   1983.   We   were even   able   to   get   3,333   of   these   biographies printed   in   Santo   Domingo,   on   the   Dominican Republic    side    of    the    island,    at    half    price, and   then   cross   them   over   to   Port-au-Prince, on    the    Haitian    side,    again    at    a    very    low cost.    By    the    grace    of    God,    we    were    also able   to   distribute   500   MP3s,   each   containing around   300   French   messages.   Up   until   then, the   ministers   only   had   a   couple   of   Message books    to    go    around.    With    the    ministers' needs   covered,   we   then   helped   them   set   up a    printing    shop    in    Port-au-Prince,    so    that Message   books   could   be   made   available   to the    Haitian    Bride    on    a    larger    scale.    There are     roughly     20,000     believers     in     Haiti worshipping         in         approximately         160 churches...    and    their    numbers    are    on    the rise, each and every year.    The   Lord   willing,   I   will   be   travelling   to Haiti as often as required.    Thank   you   for   your   trust   and   generosity, and may the Lord bless you richly,  Brother André Petit     ''He    that    hath    pity    upon    the    poor lendeth   to   the   Lord:   and   that   which   he hath    given    will    he    pay    him    again''. Proverbs 19 :17