In the 1970s, Michelle Remy's father, Mike, began his ministry in Haiti by starting 3 Christian churches. Today, Michelle is in now in charge of this ministry and the schools supported by it. As a native of Haiti, Michelle knows and understands the urgent need for Christian ministry in this country as well as the hardships that have been faced by people there. From frequent government changes, to an earthquake and many hurricanes, Haiti has been devastated numerous times. The need is greater than ever for more people to hear the Gospel and repairs to be made, both spiritually and physically. Michelle's ministry helps to do just that, but the natural disasters have taken a toll on her churches and schools.
A recent letter from Michelle states some of these urgent needs:
Good morning, Preacher Bryan
How are you all doing?
I am doing fine by the grace of God.
As you recall during my presentation, I have some pressing needs to address for this school year. Some on the list can wait a while longer, but most are extremely urgent. The urgent work which needs to be done include:
1. the roofing of kindergarten, $1,105
2. repairing swing set, repainting children's tables, purchasing additional chairs $428
3. Bathroom, plumbing work, and water pump $988.70.
This is the most urgent part of things necessary to start the school year.
After I deducted my tithes from the offering given to me to help with my travel expenses, I have started a little bit of the work. $600 has been allocated to start the work. By faith, I know it will all be done in time for school. The amount still needed is $1,922.70.
This is God's work and I don't mind asking for His assignment.
Please continue partner with me as God would direct you and your church family.
My love to you all.