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December 21, 2019

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all of us at New Generation Ministries. 

We want to sincerely thank you for joining with us as we come alongside the wonderful people and families in Haiti, to help them lift up and love one another other in a life-changing way.

There is a common phrase that I'm sure most of you have heard. It goes like this; "These are the best of times, and the worst of times." This has certainly been the case this year in Haiti. 

In the midst of the worst of these unsettled political and economical times in Haiti, that corrupt and greedy leaders have meant for evil, God is using for good. He is opening the eyes of so many hurting people to hear the good news of salvation in Jesus. He is breaking the chains of Voodoo. He is lifting up the church as a great light in a very dark place. Our Life-Giving Churches are preaching the gospel of Jesus every night, and the Holy Spirit is moving powerfully, in the hearts of the people. We are seeing so many salvations and healings right now, it is truly amazing. 

While we certainly don't wish to see innocent people left desperate and hurting, we are rejoicing that Jesus is moving so powerfully now, to break strongholds and chains that have held the people of Haiti in oppression for many generations.

In Haiti, some are saying that this is one of the worst times in Haiti's history. But Spiritually speaking, this has been an unprecedented time of advancing the Kingdom of God in Haiti. Because of your prayers and financial support so far this year alone, we have seen over 380 men and women enter into a new life in Jesus, hundreds have been set free from demons, many have been miraculously healed of sickness and hurts, and over 210 new believers have been publicly baptized in the name of Jesus. 

Your Christmas or year-end gift is so critically needed this year to feed Haitian families in both a spiritual and a practical way. Because of the current political and economical instability, the poor are starving, and desperately need real food to feed their children. But, they also desperately need the un-corrupted Good News of Jesus Christ to lift them up and set them free.

Would you please prayerfully consider how much you would contribute, as your Christmas, year-end gift to come alongside your Haitian brothers and sisters in their time of desperate need.

May God richly Bless you and your families this Christmas Season, Mike and Chris Leland

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