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Loving Haiti

Posted by on May 1, 2013 in Haiti Blog | Comments Off on Loving Haiti

Loving Haiti Doug Stevens, Executive Director The Leadership Connection When I mention Haiti and our involvement there, people almost always respond in one of two ways.  Some people recoil at the mere mention of the name and express a distinct distaste.  As in … How could you go to Haiti?!  What a terrible place.  Other people respond with much more sympathy, but are extremely skeptical, as in … What a sad situation.  Can you do any good there?      Either response is understandable, given the reputation and the reality of Haiti, especially since the devastating earthquake three...

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How we choose our heroes…

Posted by on Apr 16, 2013 in Haiti Blog | Comments Off on How we choose our heroes…

I have my favorite sports teams–SF Giants, LA Lakers, SF 49ers.  It’s a bad day for me when they lose. I have some sports’ heroes” as well–Warren Spahn (I know, I’m old), Buster Posey, Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Tiger Woods, Kobe Bryant…I could hear some of you gasping for breath as the list grew longer. Last weekend Tiger Woods and Kobe Bryant–two of my sports’ “heroes”–suffered devastating losses.  Tiger dropped his ball illegally following an errant a shot into the water at the Masters, and Kobe Bryant tore his...

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Haiti Ministry Continues To Grow !!!

Posted by on Mar 22, 2013 in Haiti Blog | Comments Off on Haiti Ministry Continues To Grow !!!

HAITI MINISTRY CONTINUES TO GROW!!! Dale Barrett, Director TLC Haiti It is overwhelming sometimes to contemplate the power of the gospel.  Paul’s declaration—“I am not ashamed of the gospel for it is the power of God unto salvation…”—resonates within me when I look at what God is doing in Haiti through the outreach of our fledgling work in TLC. *I’ve just returned from a trip to The Bible Training Center for Pastors—an organization that produces and prints Bible study materials for training pastors and church leaders in over thirty languages.  French, the language of Haiti,...

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February Footnotes…

Posted by on Feb 27, 2013 in Haiti Blog | Comments Off on February Footnotes…

February Footnotes… Dale Barrett *On February 18-22 Doug Stevens will lead a group to Port au prince and Les Cayes to conduct a leadership seminar for our pastors in training.  A group from the church where he serves as interim pastor will join him in hosting eight VBS’s at eight different locations.  Keep them in your prayers! *March 11-15 a group from Oskaloosa, Iowa under the direction of Pastor Mark Doll will travel to Ballenge, a small village an hour from Port au Prince, r to repair church severely damaged by the earthquake and the recent Hurricane Sandy. *Our new program,...

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An Exciting new year for TLC Haiti!

Posted by on Feb 27, 2013 in Haiti Blog | Comments Off on An Exciting new year for TLC Haiti!

An Exciting new year for TLC Haiti! Dale Barrett, Director As I update our website I’m excited to tell you that a small group of two women and a teenage boy are currently working in Carrefourpoy with a program started by our local church for children called “The Bridge”.  Forty families are currently matched with children there providing for their schooling and personal needs at the church-sponsored school.  This was the “brainstorm” of a young mother who now is there with her teenage son and a team member to view the fruit of her vision and labor! It’s amazing to see what God...

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A Year-End Investment Opportunity Revisited

Posted by on Jan 10, 2013 in Haiti Blog | Comments Off on A Year-End Investment Opportunity Revisited

A YEAR-END INVESTMENT  OPPORTUNITY REVISITED By Dale Barrett, Director TLC Haiti TLC Haiti invites you to join with us in our ongoing teaching and training of pastors in Haiti through the TKC Pastoral Training Institute in 2013.  We will be holding classes four times in 2013—February, May, August and November. Over 500 pastors are connected to our TLC ministry through small group a and classes with 390 participating at our last seminar in November. We need your help.  Our projected costs for 2013 are $60,000 to accomplish what we have purposed to do.  Here are several ways you can join...

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