October 20, 2016- As many of you know a Category 4 Hurricane swept through south west Haiti, leaving devastation behind. Michele Bailey is currently in Haiti. Mission Possible Disaster Relief is teaming with "One Ball One Village" ministry to work on a clean water project that will bring clean treated water for the first time ever to a community, as well as other relief projects. Please keep them in Prayer.
Please contact Michele Bailey at [email protected] if you have resources and supplies that will help in that effort. If you would like to donate, please use the donate button at the bottom of the screen.
December 26th- Our most recent disaster has been in our own back yard, when an F3/4 tornado hit Garland and Rowlett, Texas really hard. Lives were lost and over 1,000 homes destroyed. Our volunteer teams have been working hard to remove debris and package it up for the cities contractor that has started moving tons upon tons of peoples belongings and homes that were destroyed. We are still taking volunteers. If you are interested in helping out, please email Michele Bailey at [email protected]
The primary focus in Haiti is working with Freedom House Orphanage. We frequently partner with organizations that help to rebuild after devastating disasters which is what lead us to Haiti in 2010 after the earthquake that left 300,000 people dead and thousands of children orphaned. After living in Haiti in 2010 and in 2013, the Lord has started to speak to me about Spiritual and Economic change. Our heart is to help feed the mind, body, and soul by sharing Christ's love and Grace. We are in the process of developing a trade school for what began as training for orphanes aging out at 18. But the Lord has shed a new light on what we truly feel will aid in breaking the cycle of economic and spiritual poverty, and it is also breaking the cycle of orphan care. We believe that by training parents who feel that their only option is to give their children a better life through handing them over to orphanages to get the care that they cannot give them can some day come to an end. Children belong with their parents, and we desire to partner with coops that are already training Moms and Dads in a trade that will sustain them and enable them to care for and feed their families for the first time.
We will soon have some of the items that these Mom's and Dad's make on our website store. They are amazingly beautiful, and all made in Haiti and will help support their dreams to be the bread winners for their families and to help sponsor the children at Freedom House.
HISTORY OF FREEDOM HOUSE
Wesly is the Founder and Director of Maison de la Liberte (the Freedom House) in Croix des Bouquets, Haiti where he disciples his staff and 25 children mainly rescued from slavery or extreme poverty.
Wesly's father was shot and killed when he was just a baby, and his mother couldn't afford to care for him properly. His grandmother took him in, although she was already caring for many other children.
When Wesly was 10 years old, he was in very poor health. He was taken in by a orphanage where he stayed until he turned 18. He was on the streets with no work, food or a place to call home. A friend that was employed at another orphanage offered Wesly food and shelter in exchange for some work. He soon became a full-time employee.
Since then, Wesly has held a variety of orphanage positions including Director of Construction, Leadership Ministry Team Assistant, Director of Team Ministry, as well as a vital role in the simple church planting ministry across Haiti.
He loves the Lord and cares deeply about the future of the children God has entrusted in his care. He has a big vision for their future - a vision that these children will be the next generation to break the cycle of spiritual and economic poverty in Haiti.
Please prayerfully considered the "Great Commission". Help us to care for these sweet babies by participating in our child sponsor program. Every bit counts. You can contact Michele Bailey at [email protected] or you can simply give online by checking the Donate button at the bottom of this page.