Tuesday, February 19, 2019


New Generation Ministries is designating 
Friday February 22nd, as a "Day of Prayer for Haiti" We are calling all people who care about the people of Haiti. Not for one side or the other, not one position or another. But for the people, the families, the children, the jobs, the food, the safety and security of the Nation of Haiti, to survive this assault of greed and corruption that is tearing the country of Haiti apart, and hurting and killing countless innocent people in the process. Please pray for peace and order to prevail for the sake of the innocent. 

We are asking you, and other ministries that you know of, to join with us in asking their followers, to keep Haiti in their prayers all throughout Friday February 22nd; that God would intervene by the power and authority of His Holy Spirit in the minds and hearts of the leaders, and people of influence, in Haiti.
We know that you care about God's children in Haiti, and have given your life as a living sacrifice for God's purposes in Haiti. That is why we are asking you to join spiritual hands in unity, as we call upon thousands of prayer warriors, supporters, child sponsors, and followers of Haiti ministries, to ask God to intervene in the chaos and corruption and bring peace and order to Haiti.

Ask in any way that you think most appropriate. No obligation to us at all. We know that a bigger voice on earth, will get more attention in Heaven!.......Amen   Please pass this on to as many as possible.


Friday, February 15, 2019

Hello again,

We want to thank you for your prayers for Haiti. They are so valuable right now. The people of Haiti need to to be able to live their daily lives, they need to be able to work, go to school, buy food, get medical help, they and their families need to be safe. They need to be able to have a voice without the use of violence.

As you know from our last letter, we were supposed to fly to Haiti last Tuesday evening. We were rescheduled by Sea Tac airport, and booked to fly to Haiti tonight. But, the civil unrest has increased instead of decreased in the last few days. So once again we are changing our flight, this time just placing it on hold as we do not know when things will settle down enough to travel safely in Haiti. This is the report from the Embassy issued today. 
From the US Embassy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti

There are currently widespread, violent, and unpredictable demonstrations in Port-au-Prince and throughout Haiti.  Due to these demonstrations, on February 14, 2019, the Department of State has ordered the departure of all non-emergency U.S. personnel and their families. The U.S. government has limited ability to provide emergency services to U.S. citizens in Haiti.

 Protests, tire burning, and road blockages are frequent and unpredictable.  Violent crime, such as armed robbery, is common. Travelers are sometimes targeted, followed, and violently attacked and robbed shortly after leaving the Port-au-Prince international airport. Local police may lack the resources to respond to serious criminal incidents, and emergency response, including ambulance service, is limited or non-existent.

This is so heart breaking. And there are so many opinions on what is happening and what the solution may be.  Please continue to lift Haiti up in prayer, praying for solutions and peace. Also pray for wisdom for the leaders of our churches on how to best help their people. Pray for wisdom for us also, that we can be a true help during these struggles. We want to do what is best to help the people of Haiti long term, not just as a quick fix. Your prayers are so valuable in moving the kingdom forward.


February 12, 2019 This is what we came home to tonight!

February 12, 2019


We have decided to postpone our flight to Haiti by a couple of days. Instead of flying Tuesday evening we will be flying out Thursday evening. We were offered the change by Sea Tac airport. We are hoping a couple of more days will help both stateside, due to weather conditions and in Haiti, due to political unrest. 

Please lift up the people of Haiti in prayer. Manifestations usually do not leave the Port au Prince area or Arcahaie and Saint Marc, but there have been manifestations all over Haiti this past week. And, there have been some very violent ones in Gonaives also. Some are trying to over throw the current president. But there are many other problems hurting the people. The value of the Gourde keeps going lower and there is a shortage of fuel. Gourdes were 60 to 1$ American dollar when we first moved to Haiti. The gourde is now 82.54, giving the people less buying power then they had. For many this means they can not even buy food or essentials. There is a lot of fear and loss of hope. Please pray for peace, hope and the needs of the people. Please pray for us as we make travel decisions. Please pray for us for wisdom in how to best help.
Thank you for your prayers, we are so thankful for you.


Februrary 7, 2019

February 7, 2019


Hope you are staying warm in this late winter weather.  We will be leaving for sunny weather next week, Haiti :) The land of sun, but no electricity, internet or gas. We will be a small team. One of the things we are hoping to accomplish will be putting a roof on Dita’s House, our transitional girls home. This will be a combination of Canadians, Americans and Haitians working together. Also Mike will be teaching another Pastor’s Conference.

It has been so incredible watching these pastor’s walk out what they have been taught and especially walk out God’s calling on their lives. When we felt led to spend more time stateside then in Haiti, we believed that God was asking us to step back from the daily in Haiti and to go there every other month. From the very begining we felt like we were to be coaches. I likened it to being a Sunday school teacher and knowing there was someone who was to be teaching, but waiting for that person to come forward, and they never did, because there was no vacancy to fill. Then realizing that if you left the position, then there would be space for them to step forward into what God was calling them to do. We felt like our pastors were ready to step forward and we needed to step back and let them fill the vacancy. God has blessed this beyond our wildest dreams. Mike still communicates daily with Pastor Nathan and some of the others. He is writing new curriculum and teachings daily. And we are trying to increase the support stateside to help with the increase in Haiti. And God is sooo sooo good.

I am also hoping to hear more of the life changing stories, that I miss not being in Haiti daily. I am hoping to share them with you. Just after we return Mike will be taking another team on April 1st. A bit of a quick turn around this time.

We are also asking for prayer for Haiti. There is a huge manifestation planned tomorrow, Thursday morning starting at 10:00 am Haitian time, which is 7:00 am in Washington and British Columbia. Some say the manifestation is set to be three days long. It is very political in nature. There is a group that is trying to cause a coup against the president and his cabinet in Haiti. The opposition  consists of remnants of the Aristide regime. The current president of Haiti is trying to stop corruption at the government level and this is making the opposition angry, as they stand to lose a lot. Please pray for the country of Haiti. Pray for peace and pray that the current government will be able to remain strong and in power. The people of Haiti need a break. There are so many issues at the moment in Haiti, shortage of gas also being one of them. Which affects so many, as it is needed for so much for then driving cars. Many depend on gas for generators and pumps for water.  Please also pray for our team as we will be flying in 3 days after the manifestations. Thank you ahead of time for your prayers covering Haiti and our team.