Haiti. Located 750 miles Southeast of Florida. The Land of Haiti is remarkably beautiful with its waterfalls,. its towering mountains,. Its Fantastic Coral Reefs. And its sparkling beaches. In stark contrast to Haiti’s beauty, is its overwhelming poverty.
Located 750 miles Southeast of Florida
The Land of Haiti is remarkably beautiful with its waterfalls,
In stark contrast to Haiti’s beauty, is its overwhelming poverty.
Haiti has been plagued by political violence for most of its history
70% of the population is illiterate
$350 is the average annual income
Life expectancy is 54 years
Don & Karen Davis
Mt Olive’s Missionaries
Don and Karen Davis “lost their hearts” to the Haitian people in 1980 and moved to Haiti in 1983.
Cap Haiten, Haiti
God has used Don and Karen in many ways to share the love of Christ to the Haitian people.
Their Ministries have been ever changing…
They have helped get many Haitian children adopted to the United States.
a Haitian orphan
The Davis’ provide food, water and building materials to many of the poor people in the outer areas around Cap Haitien….
Don’s new truck, the Eagle,
is crucial to their ministry.
They work closely with the National Pastors providing them with materials and supplies for church planting.
They work with the schools, teaching typing and computer skills, providing supplies and even paying the teachers salaries.
They work with Missionary Flights International, organizing and delivering mail and supplies that are flown in for the Missionaries.
They minister to the physical and spiritual needs of those God leads them to…
Last year Don was able to build a home for a Haitian widow with 8 children.
A big part of their ministry is housing work teams in a dorm that they built adjacent to their home.
Short term work teams come to help with construction,
To work in the orphanages,
To help in the clinics,
And to share in the churches through testimonies and holding
Vacation Bible Schools.
Mt. Olive partners with Don and Karen Davis in Haiti, through financial giving and prayer support. May we take time right now to lift them up in prayer.