Port au Prince, Haiti –
In spite of the continued unrest from intermittent food and fuel shortages, Cross to Light continues to move toward sustainability for its Haiti operations and in support of the Haiti Bible Teaching churches.
Haiti Fuel Crisis Update
Port au Prince, Haiti –
As Haiti staggers at it’s fuel shortage crisis, it’s President Jovenel Moise was revisiting discussions with China officials in regards to coming under the “One China Principle” in order to receive China investment support. […]
Canaan, Haiti –
Isn’t is such a wonderful thing serving a God who orchestrates all things to work together for His good plans? God always provides exactly what is needed.
A team […]
Pastor Jonas Update
Artibonite, Haiti –
Then your light shall break forth like the morning,
Your healing shall spring forth speedily,
And your righteousness shall go before you;
The glory of the Lord shall be your rear guard. Isaiah 58:8
Pastor Jonas gives an update on […]
Mome L’Hopital, Haiti –
Pastor Lisson shares a story about a voodoo priest, his Dad and how it is important not to delay in choosing to follow the Lord. Know one is promised tomorrow.
After coming to the Lord and […]
Cap-Haitian, Haiti –
Pastor Leo shares how his baby daughter received a miracle healing from the Lord.
“If you feel discouraged, look upon the Lord, keep praying, keep asking, don’t lose heart. Listen and obey what God tells you to […]
We have the amazing opportunity to help our nearest third world nation neighbor; Haiti. Just 700 miles off the coast of Florida, Haiti provides a short distance mission trip. Many teams come out to visit and help the church plants through Cross to Light that operates the Haiti Bible Training Center in Port au Prince, Haiti – the nations capital.
The church plants in Haiti are faithfully teaching through the bible every week in the various provinces of Haiti. People are learning about biblical principles such as marriage, integrity, honesty, faithfulness, communion and tithing to name a few, often for the first time. The church in Haiti strives to become independent. However, our support of these church plants and community centers are vital to helping them establish and continue their bible teaching and discipleship. Please consider sponsoring a church plant in Haiti. The church plant sponsorship fund help provide for the pastors basic living expense. Any additional church plant sponsorship funds that are collected are applied to critical items in this same category such as pastoral medical emergencies, pastoral housing, church building items such as roof repair and water support projects for the church plant.