Updates

Rev. Ted Lester Teaches Five Solas to the New Bible College Class

Our new Bible college class completed their most recent coursework with Rev. Ted Lester, Reformation Hope’s board chairman, who taught them the Five Solas and the importance of Scripture as the basis for everything that we do. The grades achieved for this early week of study in June were mostly As and Bs, and for …

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Haiti Denomination Developments

Despite the rising violence and shootings, our Haitian brothers continue to make progress toward the formation of a new Presbyterian denomination in Haiti, in which all the churches will work together as the larger body of Christ in order to build the kingdom and faithfully disciple God’s people. The next and last training meeting is …

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Heightening Crisis in Haiti

Rev. Jean Paul and Osseille Joseph, as well as OPC missionary Ben Hopp, are reporting severe violence throughout the nation of Haiti this week. On Sunday (June 9), news circulated that 15 people were killed. The instability has become so severe that Jean and Ben are unable to leave their compounds at all. For safety, …

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We Are Heading to Dallas!

Reformation Hope will be an exhibitor at Presbyterian Church in America’s General Assembly, June 25–28, in Dallas, Texas. If you are in the area, come by our booth in the exhibit hall at the Hilton Anatole. Visitors are welcome to observe the Assembly proceedings from the visitors section, visit the exhibit hall, and attend the …

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Message from Osseille Concerning the Jacmel Church Plant

https://youtu.be/x5KZsUowyh4 This year Rev. Jean Paul declared his primary mission priority for Haiti to be getting the construction going on the much-needed worship facility and school for the church plant in Jacmel, on the southern coast of the island nation. Thanks to some of our ministry partners, the land for the building site has already been …

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In Memoriam: Marcel Tirailleur

https://youtu.be/FcloZts5yBw   Pastor Marcel Tirailleur, one of our first Bible college graduates and a dedicated teaching elder who faithfully shepherded the Canaan Tent City church plant for several years, passed away last week from what is believed to have been a liver disease. Marcel leaves behind a wife and five children. We join our Haitian brothers …

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Build a Church for the Kingdom in Jacmel

The city of Jacmel, Haiti, is one of the historic Voodoo centers of this island nation. Reverend Jean Paul of Souls Winning Ministries shares about the kingdom work in this key city led by Pastor Maxito Raphael. Rev. Raphael shepherds a congregation of 250 Christian believers who are speaking truth to their community. This church …

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Status of Haiti: April 2019

https://youtu.be/APsYx0GLfzI Pastor Jean Paul, director of Souls Winning Ministries and a Reformation Hope partner in Haiti, was recently in the United States to present the mission in Haiti at a conference hosted by Midway Presbyterian Church in Powder Springs, Georgia. Rev. Paul took some time to record a personal report for partners and supporters in …

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The Current Crisis in Haiti

Pastor Martin Hawley, executive director of Reformation Hope Inc., talks to interviewer Donna Kosicki about the current crisis in Haiti: Citizen protests, Petrocaribe, gas prices, government corruption, and economic turmoil. (Read also, Haiti is closed for business right now.)  “Cherokee Talk” — Local interviews that inform, educate, and inspire daily. This interview first aired on Wednesday …

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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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