Short-term mission teams needed for radio outreach in Haiti, no experience needed

By October 31, 2005

Haiti (MNN) — The country of Haiti is the poorest nation in its hemisphere. It’s been affected by political unrest, famine, flooding and more. Their need is desperate. But, so is their need for God’s Word. And, that’s why your help is needed.

Men for Missions, the layman’s voice of OMS International, is appealing to you to join them on a short-term mission trip to Haiti. Men for Missions’ Wayne King says you can help in various ways. “One is to distribute the little solar powered radios to the various people in towns and remote areas where they have no electricity. (They) have virtually no ability to read or write, so the Gospel over the radio gives them the opportunity to hear what they cannot read through the Scriptures.”

The radios broadcast radio 4VEH all around Haiti. However, the trips aren’t just limited to radio distribution. There are also construction needs.

Short-termers can also have a hand at evangelism. “They will be able to go out with a Haitian co-worker. And, while the co-worker is using methods such as Evangelism Explosion or the little evangelism cube (EvangeCube) that is used to share the Gospel, they will be able to interact with the Haitians, give their testimony, have it interpreted and very likely see many people come to the Lord.”

King says this outreach is very effective. “Each trip that we take we see multitudes make a profession of faith.”

Men for Missions is looking for individuals or church groups to go. Go to our Short-term Mission Database (STMDB.org) and do a search for Men for Missions to find a trip that suits you.

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