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Haiti Earthquake
See Through the Scriptures manuals in French Print E-mail
Prior to the disastrous earthquake of early 2000, Rev. Jeanel Jerome (pictured with Tim Hetzner) had the oversight of an orphanage and school which housed and educated 200 orphans. However, the orphanage was severely damaged by the earthquake, with the result that his organization can now care for only 45 children. However, Rev. Jerome also teaches pastors and workers in Haiti and Dominican Republic to understand and use Crossways International's See Through the Scriptures--using a French translation in Haiti and a Spanish translation in Dominican Republic.

Rev. Jerome makes copies of both versions in Dominican Republic. At the present time, he needs funds to produce 600 copies--at $2.00 per copy. Please help Lutheran Church Charities supply Crossways International with the necessary funding for Rev. Jerome so that those who live in great poverty might learn to know the Good News of Jesus the forgiving Savior and Servant Lord.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 March 2011 15:47
 
Developing Project: Hosting Haitian Christian Music Group for U.S. Tour Print E-mail
Through our time in Haiti we’ve developed a relationship with a wonderful Christian singing group called God Plus. We are exploring the possibility of sponsoring them for a U.S. tour of Lutheran Churches. If you have experience promoting musical acts or bringing musical talent into the U.S. or would like to help with this project please contact Tim Hetzner at 866-455-6466 or email him at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 March 2011 16:39
 
Developing Project: Radio Ministry in Haiti Print E-mail
On this most recent trip to Haiti we became aware of the opportunity to acquire a radio station in Haiti. Radio is one of the most powerful communication tools in Haiti and this station would position LCC to reach thousands of Haitians with the Gospel working through our Christian Church partners there. The fields are ripe unto harvest right now. If you have experience in the radio industry or interest in broadcast media and would like to learn more about this opportunity contact Tim Hetzner at 866-455-6466 or email him at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 March 2011 14:18
 
Update from Sue Gross, Haitian Lutheran Mission Project Print E-mail

LCC has received the following update from Sue Gross from Christ Lutheran Church in Orland Park who is currently in Haiti with her Mission Team. They are running an eyeglass and medical clinic in Jeremie. Among other things, they are training local Haitians to administer basic health care to school children and the elderly, as well as teaching hygiene to children and prenatal care to expectant mothers.

Please continue to pray for them as they show Christ's Love and Compassion to the people in Haiti.

Dear Friends Of Haiti

Today we were blessed to serve over 200 people at our medical and eye glass clinic held in Jeremie. We were visited by people who remembered us from last year and came to thank us for returning. Verlande was the young lady who had both legs crushed in the earthquake last year. We prayed with her one evening after church last year in her home. She made a remarkable recovery and spent much time with us the last two days. Although she is still in much pain she is walking again.

Things are changing in Jeremie. Pastor's Church is growing and many local people are receiving us with open arms. The school in Jeremie that several of you helped build is open and serving about 176.

Tomorrow we will go to Dame Marie, this is the school that we sponsor through Trinity Hope's Feeding Program


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Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 March 2011 15:55
 
College Students Return From Haiti Print E-mail
Students break to play soccer

College students take a break to play soccer

Update: The Mission Team returned safely from Haiti on Sunday, March 20th. Last week the team began the week working on the Guest House in Jacmel. The Guest House is being built for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Haiti by a partnership between the Ohio District and LCMS World Relief and Human Care. When completed it will be used to house Missionaries and Mission Teams working in Haiti. LCMS World Relief and Human Care provided scholarships for the students to cover their expenses while in Haiti.

Click here to watch a short video of the college students handing out shoes in a tent city in Jacmel. Click here to view photos from this trip Click here to see how Your Donations Can Make A Difference in Haiti

Click here for a video and hear one of the college students describe how God worked through the Haitian people to change her outlook on life.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 March 2011 16:19
 
Your Donations Make a Difference - How You Can Help in Haiti Print E-mail
Years after the earthquake that devastated an already struggling Haiti, there are many simple, yet great, needs. Please help share the Mercy and Compassion of Jesus with our brothers and sisters in Haiti. Your generous donations - dollar per dollar - are used to provide the following through the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Haiti:
Shoes needed in Haiti Water filter at school in Haiti
The response to Tim's appeal for shoes for the children in the tent cities in Haiti has been tremendous. Thank you to everyone who has already donated. Your generous donations have put shoes on the feet of so many children, but there are many more who are still barefoot and need our help.

Shoes are still available for purchase in Haiti and are desperately needed to protect the children from disease.

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Unclean drinking water kills more children than HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined. Help a family of five have clean drinking water for 5 years! Your $45 donation buys a water filtration system for a family in Haiti.

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Toilets for Schools in Haiti

Motorcycles for Pastors in Haiti

There are 34 schools in Pastor Isaac's district and he hopes, eventually, to have a toilet built at each location to prevent the further spread of cholera.

Each toilet costs $500 to build, which includes materials and employing local Haitian labor.

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Because of the terrible condition of the roads, motorcycles are the most efficient means of transportation for many of the pastors who must travel many miles between the different churches that they serve and to get to their members.

More motorcycles are desperately needed. A new motorcycle costs $1,000 and is an important tool that helps the pastors to minister to their members and spread the Gospel throughout Haiti.

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Click here to donate to Haiti Relief efforts which help us provide funding for other needs as they arise
Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 November 2014 13:31
 
Lord of Life in La Fox Makes a Difference in Haiti Print E-mail

Lord of Life LaFoxOn Tuesday, March 1 the mission team from Lord of Life Lutheran Church in La Fox returned from a successful weeklong trip to Haiti. One of the trip organizers, Gary Kessler, said that the primary mission of the trip was to train Haitian lay ministers using Crossways! materials under the direction of Pastor Barry Kolb. Nearly 100 Haitians took part in the training over the course of the week. Also, Kathy Geiger of Lord of Life did a two day seminar with women on leading a successful small group. While the teaching was going on, Dr. Susan Busse and the other trip organizer, John Peterson, led a team that was busy with medical clinics. Volunteers provided medical services to nearly 500 people during their time on the island. One of the miracles of the trip happened when the team was worshiping on Sunday morning and a young girl fainted in church. Dr. Busse quickly tended to her and, through the course of events, discovered she was an orphan who had been given into slavery. The team set her free and got her settled in the orphanage where they were serving during the week.

Lord of Life put this trip together through their Mission Board, with assistance in getting the word out through Lutheran Church Charities. They worked with native Haitian Lutheran pastors to arrange the medical clinics and Bible training. LCC is heavily involved in ministries across Haiti and is eager to support churches interested in scheduling their own mission trips to help in the ongoing recovery there. Contact Lutheran Church Charities at 866-455-6466 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to learn more about planning a trip to Haiti for your church. Click here to donate towards Haiti Relief Efforts

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 March 2011 21:25
 
Fill the Bus for Haiti Print E-mail
Fill the BusMore than 100 people came Saturday, March 19th, to the Richton Park Community Coalition to do Good Fill the Bus for Haiti kick-off concert at Rich South High School in Richton Park, IL.

Pastor Robert Bartz of Immanuel Richton Park led with an opening prayer. The afternoon program was organized by Monica Holden, Vera Brooks, and Betsy Williams of Rich South H.S. It featured gifted performers from the community and dignitaries, including Mayor Rick Reinbold of Richton Park. Five of LCC's K-9 Comfort Dogs were also in attendance.

Tickets are now on sale for a delicious ham dinner to be held at Immanuel Richton Park on April 30th, with two seatings available at 3 pm and 5 pm. Proceeds will be used to "Fill the Bus for Haiti" with much needed medical supplies and other human care needs. Call the church office at 847-748-0558 to order tickets for the ham dinner. You can also contribute to the "Fill the Bus for Haiti" project at the link below. Every dollar of your donation goes directly to "Fill the Bus".

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 March 2011 11:03
 
Mission Team from Lord of Life LaFox Leaves for Haiti Print E-mail
On Tuesday, February 22nd, a mission team of 10 left Chicago for Port Au Prince, Haiti. While in Haiti, the team will be training women and youth leaders to evangelize, conducting a VBS, doing a "Walk Through the Bible" training seminar using Crossways material and providing medical care in two rural villages.

Please keep the team in your prayers as they bring the Mercy, Compassion and Proclamation of Christ to those in need in Haiti.

Check back for updates on the team's activities.

Last Updated on Monday, 28 February 2011 17:39
 
Mission Trip to Haiti Changes College Student's Life Print E-mail
In January 2011, Sofie Martin, a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Palatine (LCMS), and sophomore at Carthage College, went on a mission trip to Haiti. While in Haiti, Sofie worked at tent cities in Jacmel and Jeremie, as well as one of the sites for LCMS World Relief and Human Care's Building Homes and Hope for Haiti.

Watch as Sofie describes how God worked through the Haitian people to change her outlook on life.

Click here for information on Summer Break Mission opportunities for college student

Click here to read more about how you can join LCC and LCMS WR-HC in Making A Difference in Haiti

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Last Updated on Thursday, 21 April 2011 09:45
 
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