Sunday, November 13, 2022



Hello everyone.

"Happy Orphan Sunday." 
Today is the day that churches all around the world recognize as "Orphan Sunday." A day set aside to pray for, and recognize the vulnerable plight of orphans and Foster Care children in every nation. 
As Christians our Father in Heaven assures us that; "He has not left us as orphans, He will come for us. Because He lives, we also will live." (John 14:18-20)
We have a Heavenly Father who loves us and has made a way for us. He has given us new life, yes, eternal life in His son, Jesus.
Please watch this new video that we just completed, (see the link below), and pray for the 62 orphans in "The Good Shepherd Children's Village" in Haiti and orphans and Foster Care children worldwide.

Thank you and bless you for doing your part in helping Orphans and Foster Children.
Blessings, Mike and Chris Leland

Sunday, September 4, 2022

To Catch You Up!

Pure and genuine religion is this, to care for orphans & widows in their distress, & to refuse to let the world corrupt you. James 1:27 


 We wanted to thank all of you that came to our annual fundraiser. It was very successful. The dinner was wonderful and very entertaining. We are very grateful and thankful for everyone that helped with the evening. 

 The message Mike shared at the fundraiser was different than he usually shares. We wanted all of you to have the opportunity to hear it. You can click on the link below to view it. Hope you enjoy it.

 Blessings, Mike and Chris

August 23, 2022


Reminder and a Story!

Good Evening,

 We wanted to remind you that the Italian dinner and our fundraiser is this Friday, August 26, at 6:00 pm. It will be held at North County Christ the King in Lynden, Washington. We are looking forward to seeing you there. 

 Today, I would like to share Isemane's story with you. Isemane gave her life to the Lord around five years ago, but struggled to walk with God, because of the influences of those around her. Isemane is 50 years old and has had a very hard life. She shared that she is living with a married man and has had 14 children, half of whom have died. Isemane has been thrown into prison twice. The first time was because one of her son in laws gave her a goat to sell in the market and she was unaware that he had stolen the goat. The second time another son in law stole a motorcycle and gave her name to the police, so they arrested her. Pastor Nathan felt moved to help her and asked for her release. She is so grateful to the Lord and Pastor Nathan for paying the price for her freedom. It has been 4 months now since Isemane gained her freedom and gave her heart to Jesus, she says she is not the same, she feels change in her life. She currently works in a cemetery carrying small rocks and buckets of sand to build tombs. Please lift Isemane up in prayer, pray her eyes would be opened and that she would grow in her walk with God. Pray also for her provision and that she would be a light to others in her family and community. We are so thankful for your prayers and support as we try and walk with women like Isemane, helping them to live in freedom, changing their lives forever. 

 Blessings, Chris

August 3, 2022


August 3. 2022

 Good Evening,

We are excited to invite you to share an Italian meal with us. Once again some very generous and compassionate friends have chosen to host a fundraiser dinner for New Generation Ministries and are gifting all of the expenses for this event, enabling us to bring this special invitation to you. Most of us have been generously blessed by God, giving us the opportunity to generously bless others. Mike will be sharing on Haiti and we would love for you to join us for an evening of Italian food, history and comedy with Steve and Lou Greenhaw. 

We realize that some of you live in Canada, other states in the US and even as far away as Australia, we wish we could spend the evening with you also. Please know we are thinking of you and appreciate your support, both financial and especially your prayers. 

Click on the link to reserve your seat.  Please RSVP by August 20.

Blessings, Mike and Chris

July 7th Graduation


July 7th Graduation


We hope you are all enjoying the summer weather that has finally reached us. For me the past couple of months has been extremely hard. I lost my mother three weeks ago. I also lost my uncle a week ago. I am grateful that they both knew Jesus and are now with Him and free of pain.  I miss them both very much.

We wanted to share with you a little about some of the graduates in our ministry. We are so very thankful for your help in giving our young people an education. These are the statistics in Haiti.
  • The enrollment rate for primary school in Haiti is 57%, and fewer than 30% of the students reach 6th grade.
  • Secondary schools enroll 20% of eligible-age children.
  • Haiti’s literacy rate is 52.9%.
  • Haiti ranks 177th out of 186 in the world for national spending on education.
  • The Government has advocated the creation of a free public and universal education system for all primary school-age students in Haiti, but there is no government funding program available now or appropriated in the near future to provide for free public education for all children in Haiti.        
This is why we are so very proud of the achievements of our students, and so thankful for your help.

Rossiny, in the first picture, is 24 and lives in our transition home for boys. He is  a worship leader in the Marose church. He would like to become a police officer. He says "Many thanks are conveyed to Mama Chris, Pastor Mike and Pastor Nathan for my education and care and I ask them to still help others".

Emmanuel, in the second picture also lives in our transition home for boys, he is 24 and has 12 siblings, his mother is a witch doctor and could not provide for his care or schooling. He says "Education is an important thing, it's like the life that the mission gives to us, because I didn't know anything before".
He would like to further his education in political science. He says if he is not able to continue his education, he will become a ceramic tile layer. He helps to lead worship in the Marose church.

Youde-Derline, the girl in the red dress, is 19 years old. She lives in Marose and is a Christian, she has been baptized and serves as a greeter in our Marose Church. She would like to become a nurse. She says that "Education develops my mind and soul, I am very thankful to Pastor Nathan and Pastor Mike".

Mitchivena, in the white dress, is 19 years old and lives in Pass Rein. She too would like to be a nurse, or a dress maker. She is thankful for help with schooling as her parents were not able to provide schooling for her. She sings in the choir of the Pass Rein church.

Woodjy, in the black suit, is 21 years old and from Pass Rein. He would like to become a plumber and do masonry, he would also like to teach others these skills. He says " I thank everyone, specially Pastor Mike, Pastor Nathan and all the sponsors that put hands together to provide for our schooling. I will always keep praying for you and asking that  the blessings of the Lord and his protection be on you". He is one of the leaders of youth in the Pass Rein church.

Odler is 23 years, he would like to become a mechanic. He says "I don't have words to thank the mission and sponsors for the gift of education. It's not up to me to reward you, but I think God will ever put in your hands to go on". Odler teaches Sunday school and plays on the worship team. He is also from Pass Rein.

We want to thank you very much for coming along side these young adult Haitians and helping them achieve an education, so that they can help their people.

Many, many blessings,
Chris and Mike

July 7th Graduation


Saturday, May 21, 2022

Celebrating Flag Day in Gonaives under the statue of Dessalines.



Hope you have enjoyed the last couple of sunny days. This has been such a cold spring.

We wanted to share with you the children's celebration of Flag Day in Haiti. Flag day is a holiday in Haiti and very celebrated. The children dressed in the colors of the Haitian flag and were each given a small Haitian flag. Then the children traveled to the Plaza in Gonaives and visited the statue of Dessalines. Afterwards they had a celebratory meal in the Children's Village. Celebrations like this really lift the spirits of the children and staff.

We just finished our yearly evaluation by IBESR (Haiti's social services) and we again received the highest rating possible for an orphanage. Thank you so much for partnering with us in taking care of the children, we really appreciate both your financial support and especially your prayers. 

Blessings, Chris and Mike

Celebrating Flag Day in the Children's Village


Saturday, April 23, 2022


We are very excited to announce, that once again we have beautiful flower baskets on sale for Mother's Day. We are so thankful to Smith Gardens for donating these amazing baskets, they have been so generous to us. Absolutely 100% of the funds generated from the sale of these baskets will go to support the ministry in Haiti.

There will be a choice of Mixed flower, Begonia, and Fuchsia baskets available. For more details, or to order your flower baskets, please email us at

Another way you can help the people of Haiti would be to share our Facebook and Instagram posts with your friends and family.  Lets get the word out to help our brothers and sisters in Haiti.

We regret that there are many supporters in other countries that will not be able to purchase these baskets.  We appreciate all of you so much, and hope to be able to see you soon.

Blessings, Mike and Chris

Sunday, April 17, 2022



 Happy Easter!

Praying you have a blessed Easter. So thankful for you. So thankful that Easter is here, it is the day we celebrate our risen Lord and in Haiti it is also the end of rara season for a while. Rara is a voodoo street party which increases in violence the closer to Easter it gets. So even more reasons to celebrate.

Today I would like to share a celebration story. We have been having 3-4 salvations daily in the village of Denonville, one of which was Estella.

Estella was a witch doctor in the village of Denonville and had been hearing about the crusades and revival. She became desperate enough, in her words she was troubled and panicked enough, that she called Pastor Nathan and asked him to come see her. Estella is 40 years old and has had 3 children with two different men. One of the men died and she has given her children away to be restaveks, because she was not able to care for them. Restaveks are child slaves. In 2009 a door to door survey showed there were 173,000 restaveks and 59% of those were girls. There is now estimated to be 100,000 to 500,000 restaveks in Haiti. Estella said that she has never been married and lives in a small room of her sisters. She called Pastor Nathan to ask him about his God. Nathan led her to the Lord. She then chose to renounce voodoo with a public proclamation. Nathan then asked her to publicly burn all of her voodoo things, which we always ask, as it is a huge witness to the rest of the village. It usually brings others who ask why they are burning things and then they want to receive the Lord. The burning of the voodoo things also symbolizes stepping out of the old spirit and makes it less tempting to turn back.

We are praising God as Estella has started attending our New Believer classes and will be getting baptized. Please pray for her as she begins a new way of life.

We are so thankful for your prayers and support as we reach out and help the people of Haiti to help those in their communities.

Blessings and Happy Easter,


Tuesday, March 29, 2022

 Good evening

I wanted to share with you about something our medical clinic is doing. We have had many requests from the remote villages we minister in asking us to build a medical clinic in their village. In answer to this, we have started providing medical outreaches every 3 to 4 months in one of our remote villages. All of our medical staff and some of our pastors and leaders volunteer for the day. 

During the outreach they meet medical needs and give out medicine. They also have evangelism and worship times. They then connect the new believers to our churches in the community for discipleship. They also give out food to those in need. 

They see about 100 people during the day. Many have lived with their sicknesses for years. They live with sickness because  of their poverty and limited access to medical care. Most are people that otherwise would not be seen by a nurse or doctor.

I would like to share some of the stories from Denonville during our outreach last Saturday.

The first story is about Juralda who is 27 years old. She wanted to share how this was a blessing to her. She had an infection and heart problem she said the doctors took care of her and prescribed good medicines. She says that she is healed now, after being sick about 2 years. She shared that she had tried to visit another clinic before, but nothing worked for her and she said, because of her poverty she couldn't follow their advise so she remained sick.  She has one 3 year old child who she brought because of stomachache pain and she shared that after being given some medicine she is now in good health. Juralda shared "The outreach was a great help and blessing, and they gave me a big can of rice also, thank you so much". She said she is now a new Christian in the Good Shepherd Church of Denonville.