Daily Devotions

Outreach Update: Haiti

March 31, 2016

“I couldn’t wait to share with you this latest update from Bobby and Sherry, our missionaries in Haiti. I want to express my deepest appreciation for all that you’ve helped accomplish—the Miracle Market is a huge success! But after seeing the pictures below of these children searching for food alongside the animals, and hearing about the 300 families literally living in the dump, I was reminded of how extreme the need is throughout Haiti.” —Jentezen

Bobby & Sherry Burnette report that the Miracle Market is a huge success:

The Miracle Market has exceeded our dreams and it’s still expanding! We cannot put into words what the market has done for the whole area. Jobs, jobs, jobs! And giving Haitians sustainability—Haitians helping themselves!

The bottom line, what a huge Christian impact! What a large footprint for Christ! Praise the Lord!

Expansion

Miracle Market

GWO Mache Mirak, “The Miracle Market”

Two very large wholesale areas have opened. This is a huge advantage for the people here, bringing:

Growth

We have an average of 138 vendors each day. New vendors are constantly moving in because it is so clean and has good security.

New vendors include:

The economy in our area is growing, thanks to you!

Outreach

Lunch Time at Miracle Market

Restaurants are bustling after our noon prayer and as Christian music broadcasts throughout the Market.

All of our new vendors and customers are hearing the Word of God. We’re reaching more souls for Jesus and making an eternal impact!

We can’t wait to bring in even more Christian movies and singers to Miracle Market.


The Need

We want to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for sending a 40-foot container of food each month, which is now 272,000 meals at a time!

We’ve started feeding an additional 300 families and children in the garbage dump of Cite Soleil, Haiti. Here, the children rise up each morning and look for food, alongside the pigs, goats and rats . . . It is a living hell. The only hope they have is your food that we are now sending.

Searching for food

Searching for food at Cite Soleil, Haiti garbage dump.

We have never seen such a food crisis since living here for 23 years. The Haitian dollar has been devalued, so the price of staple things, like beans and rice, are almost unreachable for the poorest of the poor.

We want to continue this each month. That is why your contribution is so important.

May Psalms 41:1-3 continue to bless you:

Blessed is he who considers the poor;
The LORD will deliver him in time of trouble.
The LORD will preserve him and keep him alive,
And he will be blessed on the earth;
You will not deliver him to the will of his enemies.
The LORD will strengthen him on his bed of illness;
You will sustain him on his sickbed.

Thank you again for all that you do each and every month in Haiti. We want to continue this critical ministry to the children and families in need. Consider making a special donation this month to support this outreach and sharing the gospel to those who need it most around the world. Click Here to Donate.

Searching for food

It’s not a matter of having enough to eat, it’s whether or not they will have anything to eat at all.

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