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  • Pastor Lubin Beaucejour

Security in Haiti

Dear beloved friends,

I am writing to give you an update from the mission field. As you may know, Haiti is currently facing numerous challenges. The beautiful people of this country are bravely protesting against their oppressive government, causing a standstill in the country with schools, stores, and public transportation all closed. However, despite these difficulties, the faithful Christians continue to gather in church to worship our Lord and Savior.


I had plans to travel to Haiti this February, but even the security guards advised against it - a first for me. Our staff ensures that I am well-informed about security concerns. However, the biggest need in Haiti right now is for food. The border closure with the Dominican Republic is preventing the transport of essential items such as fuel, food, construction materials, and medical supplies for those in dire need. I am planning to return to Haiti in March, and I am hoping to raise funds to help provide food for the people. Any assistance you can offer would be greatly appreciated.


On a positive note, we have made incredible progress on the hospital building. We have begun the process of laying tiles, and it looks beautiful. However, we still need additional funds to continue this important task. Our ministry in Haiti has been ongoing for over 30 years. Our focus is to meet the needs of the people holistically: sharing the gospel, providing food for the hungry, clothing for the naked, and provide lifesaving formula for the newborn.


Thank you for your unwavering support, partnership, and prayers for Haiti. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those in need. Life is a marvelous journey, and we are grateful for your continued support in this meaningful cause.

Yours on the mission field,


Pastor Lubin Beaucejour

BEM/USA Director

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