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Haitian Christian Mission strives to bring love, compassion, and relief to the people of Haiti. Your unwavering commitment to this cause is a real lifeline and a beacon of light in these trying times, and we are immensely grateful for your continued support.

One of the recent developments impacting our work is the closure of the border between Haiti and the Dominican Republic over the “Massacre River”. This decision has created immense difficulties for the Haitian people, particularly our campus staff. Since the gangs have taken over the national road between Port-au-Prince and Fonds Parisien, our staff depend on groceries and personal hygiene products from our neighboring country. 

The campus is a huge resource for the community. This is where students and people all over the extended community of the Southeast of Haiti seek a peaceful place to study and spend time in church activities. They receive nutrition, education, and participate in sports. For some, it's simply a holistic God-centered place in the midst of so much chaos.

Those of you who have been to the campus have witnessed the tremendous blessing this place can be to many and still is today. The gang issues and border closing are devastating setbacks for these hardworking individuals who remain dedicated to serving their community. Your support is making a significant difference in their lives by enabling us to provide assistance and resources to those affected by this situation.

The persistent threat of gangs continues to terrorize the communities of Simonette and Port-au-Prince, where our dedicated pastors are working tirelessly to provide spiritual guidance and support to those in need. Their courage and resilience are an inspiration to us all. We ask you to keep pastor Rosicler in your prayers as he continues to face a challenging set of circumstances in his area. 

In a positive turn of events, Kenya has pledged to send 1,000 security officers to Haiti to combat the rampant gang violence that has plagued the nation. This gesture of international solidarity is a glimmer of hope in the midst of adversity. In Isaiah 60:10 it says that “Foreigners will rebuild your walls, and their kings will serve you. Though in anger I struck you, in favor I will show you compassion.” This is God’s promise that he will use foreign nations and their resource to secure the restoration of His people.

We are also pleased to report that our first Evening of Hope gathering took place in Indianapolis this past week. We are thankful for our friends who were in attendance and are excited about the prospect of hosting more Evening of Hope events in various cities. The upcoming events in 2024 will focus on celebrating 50 years of ministry! The gatherings will create a platform to share stories of hope and inspiration from Haiti. Your contributions can help us expand our reach and make lasting changes in the lives of the Haitian people.

As we navigate these challenging times, your prayers and financial support are more critical than ever. Together, we can bring hope, healing, and transformation to the people of Haiti. Your kindness and generosity have the power to profoundly impact the lives of those who need it most.

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