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Field Crisis Update from Haiti

Rev. Jean Paul reports that a temporary calm is giving many Haitians a brief respite this week. However, following the meetings at the end of last week between the two factions and a U.S. mediator, no breakthrough was announced and the current president fully intends to remain in power. Because this almost year-long standoff is …

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Bible College Students Recently Complete Their Courses in Church History

Our second Bible college class met for two weeks in January and the beginning of February to study both of the courses in church history in our Bachelor of Divinity program. These courses, Ancient and Medieval Church History and Reformation and Modern Church History, were taught by our newest Bible college professor, Dr. Louis Ferreira. …

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Giving Needed to Build Jacmel Church Facility

We have reported to you previously the urgent need of the congregation in Jacmel, on the southern coast of Haiti, for funding to build the multi-purpose church-school-parsonage on the land Souls Winning Ministries now owns on the main coastal highway. Overcrowding continues to worsen at the present place of worship for this congregation, which is …

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Executive Director’s Inside Report

Reformation Hope’s executive director, Rev. Martin Hawley, was in Haiti this month to attend and record the meeting of pastors and elders from eight Haitian churches from around the island. Here are some of his reflections: The January gathering of Haitian church leaders was the third I have been privileged to attend. The brothers began …

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Bible College Class Resumes Studies as Civil Unrest Calms

As the largely unreported street violence and chaos in Haiti has subsided since Christmastime, Reformation Hope and Souls Winning Ministries have reopened the Bible college and resumed its class schedule for 2019. As of this newsletter’s release, the new bachelors students have begun a two-part series in church history. These two courses are being taught …

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How Did Reformation Hope Get Started? Learn More on Cherokee Talk Christian Radio

Pastor Martin Hawley, executive director of Reformation Hope Inc., tells interviewer Donna Kosicki how Reformation Hope got started and where it is now. Pastor Hawley also talks about the future: the newest class of students at the Bible college, the newly-formed Presbyterian denomination, and most recent church plant on the island of La Gonave. “Cherokee …

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Cherokee Talk Interviews Jean Paul and Martin Hawley

Donna Kosicki interviews Pastor Jean Paul and Pastor Martin Hawley about Reformation Hope’s ministry work in Haiti. Feel free to share with friends, relatives, acquaintances, neighbors, and supporters. “Cherokee Talk” — Local interviews that inform, educate, and inspire daily. This interview was first aired on Wednesday 6/6/18 at 7 a.m. WPCG/Grace Radio 102.9 | GraceFMcanton.com