News & Updates

Catch up on everything from recent building updates to local
upcoming events and exciting news from ICDM Haiti and beyond.

ICDM May 2017 Update

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Dear partners in the gospel, It is so good to communicate with you this morning in order to inform you about our ministry in Haiti, our courage, weakness, and needs. By this note, we want to let you know how you can pray for us. The Portable Bible Schools in Haiti are going really well these days. There has been a big increasing in the demands for classes. During these two last years the graduates…

ICDM Update 2017

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I greet you all in the precious name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. It is my joy to share with you activities that have taken place in our Leadership Training during the last two years as the ICDM Program Coordinator for Haiti and Dominican Republic. 2015 ICDM helped plant three new churches in the Dominican Republic. 60 people from these churches got baptized and 41 leaders took part in formal…

ICDM Christmas In Bayonnais

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Christmas In Bayonnais For the third consecutive year, “Papa Noel” made a special stop in Bayonnais for Christmas, to the great pleasure of all the children.  Many thanks to Ron Fink for playing the part!   Loaded with lots of gift donations coming from many generous groups, the team was able to distribute clothing and toys to hundreds of families this Christmas.  The team also brought medical supplies…

ICDM Report on Hurricane Matthew

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As you know this week Hurricane Matthew severely hit Haiti. Hundreds of people lost their lives. It left behind sadness, pain, destruction and suffering. ICDM continues to bring relief to the victims and we need your help.   In the North of Haiti, our Coordinator Pastor Sterling and his team have identified 1000 families included church members, students of our school of Evangelism and church partners…

ICDM July Update

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VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL ICDM's efforts to train, equip, and empower the people of Haiti have not stopped. The school is closed for vacation time but activities of all kinds are being under- taken during all summer. In fact, the Bayonnais campus has been the theater of several activities. School children gathered on the campus for a one-week program. 150 children took part in vacation Bible school. They…

Why I Travel on a Haiti Mission Trip

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Are you fulfilling your commandment from God to love and serve in your own Christian walk? Or are you too busy, too afraid, or too proud and His word does not become action, it's just talk. What if you could help a child receive a Christian education, teach Jesus love, by planting a seed? And also give them important and necessary learning and social skills, plus nourishing meals to feed. You could…

Haiti's Hope

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    A poem by Sabrina Terrill A mission trip to Bayonnais Haiti, where majestic and steep mountains abound, And the vision of I.C.D.M. that promises to help the children, will surely astound Every early morning we would awake to donkey’s brays, rooster crows and childhood chatter. On weekday mornings these children travel down descending paths, getting to school is all that matters. In their school…

Reflections on my recent trip to ICDM

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By Pastor Don White, Community Wesleyan Church in Intercession City, Florida On the way there, I found myself asking God, “Why am I here?” and that question became one of my prayers during my time in the mountains of Bayonnais. In the meantime, Kelly and I taught the children based around Samuel and hearing the Word of the Lord, 1) Hearing the Word of the Lord; 2) Hearing the Word of the Lord and…

November Missions Trip Update

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My husband and I enjoyed a wonderful week of ministry in Bayonnais this week during Thanksgiving. I give thanks to The Lord for the beautiful campus that He has provided for the children. They are being discipled and the loving care that they receive is evident. I enjoyed teaching scripture during chapel about Samuel learning to hear from The Lord. We talked about being set apart for God's service. After…

Continuing Hope

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By Dr. Jesse McLain One of the first questions people asked when I returned from Haiti last week was, “How much progress has been made in the reconstruction?” The answer is complex. While much has been done to clean up and rebuild following last year’s earthquake, much more remains to be done. The enormous loss of life and crippling injuries will permanently affect all of Haiti’s people, and the underlying…