Haitian Assets for Peace International, the Bishop Judith Craig Children’s Village, and Michigan Disaster Response are the 2020 recipients of Annual Conference giving.
Haitian moms have come to trust the care that they receive at the Start Right center in Mizak Haiti. Start Right is a ministry of Haitian Assets for Peace International (HAPI).
The Haiti Covenant Partners of the Michigan Conference are concerned about the country’s vulnerability to COVID-19. Chronic poverty, hunger, and cultural practices are challenges to the prevention of the disease.
While bad news dominates headlines about Haiti, Pastor Jean-Jacques Agones brings relief with a sailboat and big dreams for a better life for his people in La Gonave.
HAPI has been changing lives in Mizak since 2007. Mario Damis, Coordinator of HAPItech, came to Michigan to give an update on the work of Haitian Assets for Peace International.
The Michigan Conference of the United Methodist Church has a long-standing covenant with the Methodist Church of Haiti. Several persons currently on the scene in Haiti report on present turmoil that makes mission with Haiti’s people difficult.
The 2019 Haiti Ingathering at The Michigan Annual Conference will support programs at Grace Children’s Hospital that offer care and create hope for thousands of families.
The covenant between The Michigan Area and Methodist Church in Haiti is 23 years old. New initiatives for the education of children are being planned by the Haiti Covenant Partners.
Prices are soaring and political unrest continues in Haiti. Michigan United Methodists pray for stability and peace for the people.
Voices in Texas, Norway, Liberia and elsewhere express shock over remarks from Oval Office.