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Women In Service Everywhere in Haiti - Nov. 2 - 9, 2013

On Saturday, November 2, 2013,  Women in Service Everywhere (WISE) team members arrived in Haiti.   Under the leadership of Mrs. Debra Garner, WISE President, the short-term mission (STM) team of eight (8) women are leading in a 5-day Women's Empowerment program at Lambi Sustainable Village in Gressier Haiti.  

100 Men 10 Homes - "Team Hope"

The 4th Team of Men for the 100 Men 10 Homes arrived in Haiti on March 2 - 9, 2013. 

See the blog posted by Rev. Kerry Stith, capturing his thoughts about the Haiti Trip:

Pastor's Excellence Network (PEN)

Under the leadership of Dr. Gregory K. Moss, the first group of pastors participating in Lott Carey’s Pastor’s Excellence Network (PEN) went on mission to Haiti from January 29 to February 5, 2013.  The trip was setup as a site visit giving the pastors an opportunity to minister in several of Lott Carey project venues, such as: Santo Village (Habitat for Humanities); Lambi Village (Grace International) where they painted houses and broke ground for the 'Community Center'; each pastor preached at one of our partner congregations around Port-au-Prince, visits with Former Ambassador Raymond Joseph (A Dollar A Tree for Haiti, Inc.), Former Ambassador Francois Beniot (Haiti Hydroponics Project) and Strategic Union of Baptist Churches in St. Marc; prepared and served meals at the Grace International School and stocked shelves at the Grace Village Girls Homes.

100 Men 10 Homes - "Team Trinity"

Team Trinity

December 1 - 8. 2012

THEY ARRIVED...thirty-three (33) Men on a Mission to continue the build of 10 homes in Lambi Village.  They came charged and ready for work; asking 'when will we go to the site'?  The team leader is Tony Taylor and the men represent 10 congregations: New Macedonia Baptist Church, Washington, D.C.; Spring Creek Baptist Church, Moseley, VA; Convent Avenue Baptist Church, New York, NY; Alfred Street Baptist Church, Alexandria, VA; Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Centerville, VA; St. Timothy’s Christian Baptist Church, Baltimore, MD; Jones Chapel MBC, Reidsville, NC; Parkway Gardens Christian Church, Chicago, Illinois; New Bethel Baptist Church, Pontiac, Michigan; Mt Zion Baptist Church, Middleburg, VA

100 Men 10 Homes: Team 1 - 'Seven Mighty Men'

"My recent trip to Lambi Village in Haiti was soooo gratifying.  To Help two (2) families get a stable house off the ground and to witness their gratefullness will be engraved in my mind for a long time.  God gave me the opportunity to see real missions in action, real faith at work and God's saving power at its best. 

100 Men 10 Homes - "Team Impact"

100 Men 10 Homes – Team 2 - November 10 - 17, 2012

Team 2: 'Team Impact' 

Twenty-two men on a mission arrived on Saturday, November 10th.  This is the second of four men's teams planned for the ‘100 Men 10 homes’.  This diverse group is from the Mid-Atlantic, Gulf Coast and the Mid-West.  Deacon Earl Carpenter, Trinidad Baptist Church, is the team leader.

100 Men 10 Homes

100 Men 10 Homes – Team 1 - November 3 - 10, 2012

Team 1: Seven Men on a Journey

The first of 4 men's teams arrived in Haiti on Saturday, November 3rd.  This team consisted of seven men representing 2 churches: Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, Alexandria, Virginia and Maple Springs Baptist Church, Capital Heights, Maryland. Dr. Harry Pilson, Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, Alexandria, Virginia served as Team Leader. Bernie Lott, President of the Lott Carey Layman League  also participated. 

A Spring Break in Haiti

A spring break of service in Haiti

By John Drescher -

Published in: News

Linda B. Vanhook, Associate Clinical Professor AT N.C. Central, was the group leader on the Haiti trip.

Ah, college spring break. Maybe travel to a warm place and lounge poolside. Or go home for a week, kick back in the den with the remote and sleep late.

Reflections of My First Missions Trip

Scripture:  Matthew 28:19 “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.”   The medical/dental mission trip to Grand Goave, Haiti consisted of a four-person team including two nurses, a dental assistant and an orthodontist.

December 2011 - Men's Team Trip Blog

God, as we start this journey we commit ourselves to You. Help us to be faithful. Make us passionate for You and the people of Haiti. Give us the insights and strategies we need to be a blessing to all those we meet in Haiti. In the powerful name of Jesus we pray, Amen.