Good evening TBC,
I hope all is well tonight with all.
I forwarded a letter to everyone a couple weeks ago from missionary Michelle Remy. We will place a special offering basket on the table for anyone who wants to give to her need to replace her broken down car there in Haiti. I am including the email for you to review. Thank you for your prayerful consideration. Hope everyone rests well tonight.
Dear Pastor Bryan,
I pray that all is well for you and your family. I believe that we all can agree that this year has not panned out the way our finite mind could predict. However, we serve a God who is Omniscient and remains in control over everything. The covid-19 pandemic did not take God by surprise, although we can feel its crushing weight on us.
In late March, Haiti starting having some confirmed coronavirus cases. As such, the government placed the country on lockdown. This regulation has greatly affected schools, business and churches. Since March 22nd, the church buildings have been closed. However, we have the advantage of using the school facility to hold different prayer groups during the week. On Sundays, we have 2 small groups, meeting at different times, to worship, pray and meditate on the Word of God. I have been leading and preaching in the second group which meets at 9am. The first group starts at 7am. We have experienced the presence of God in a new dimension, despite the roughness of the season.
However, since March, the companies where I provided consulting services, which was a source of financial support for me and enabled me to assist with the needs of the ministry, has closed their operations. This situation has made it difficult, financially, for these past few months.
With that being said, I would like to share with you a pressing need that I am currently facing. My car, 1999 Honda CRV, has lasted as long as it possibly could and has given out. I am in need of a vehicle. A reliable means of transportation is necessary in order for me to continue with my ministerial obligations in Haiti, which include overseeing the school that is scheduled to reopen on August 10th, taking care of my mother’s doctor’s visits, while she’s in Haiti, and to be able to seek other consulting opportunities.
Given my current financial situation, I cannot undertake this important project without your support. The cost of a good used car, in Haiti, is on an average between $8,500 -$10,000. I am soliciting your financial support to the equivalent of 70% ($5,950). I am believing God to provide for the vehicle by the end of this month. I know that He is Jehovah Jireh, He will provide, as I am obedient to His calling here in Haiti.
I pray that God will enable you to support me in this urgent need. Thanks again for continued prayers and your support.
In His Service,