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My family wasn’t a Christian one. Throughout my life I had different people come and talk to me about Jesus, but I never accepted Him through them. As I grew up, though, I felt God speak to me, reach out to me, in my dreams. My mom died when I was young, and worry became...
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My little brother, sisters and I were born into a Catholic family, but we were never set on one path. We attended a Jehovah’s Witness school, always teaching me one set of truths, and on Sunday, the Catholic Church would teach us a different set. When I was only seven, our father died, and one...
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I grew up in a family with my parents and two brothers. My mom was a Christian, but not my dad. In children’s church I always learned to follow Jesus and I wanted to. My dad eventually became a Christian also, and I ended up at Discipleship Church. I was baptized there, and I’ve been...
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“I grew up in Grand Riviere du Nord, where my father was a boko, a witchdoctor. As with many witchdoctors, he had many wives, thirteen.  So, I was one of 64 children of my father.  We had four moms that lived in the main house with me and my brothers and sisters, and the rest of the wives lived...
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It’s still hard to talk about my childhood. I was born into a Christian family, one of four children, but I was still very young when my mom died. We never knew our father, and I ended up living with my aunt. Each part of my mother’s family took one of us. Our whole growing...
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Before we share the story of what God has done this year in Bois-Caiman, I want to share the powerful context and challenge of what God did there August of 2019… There is an area not far from Emmaus called Bois-Caiman, a huge open field and surrounding homes where for 200+ years, political figures, business...
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“In March, as we read about, researched and prayed through Covid-19, it seemed to be such a nightmare. I am the senior pastor of a large church in Vaudreil, Cap-Haitian. As you know, Haiti has very little quality medical care, and most families live one day at a time. We didn’t know how Haiti was...
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I was born into a Christian family, where my mother, who had 11 children, was always in the Gospel. I grew up under her teaching and discipleship, and when I was 12, I heard a message preached that touched my heart and led me to committing my life to Jesus. Even though I grew up...
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My mom and dad weren’t together, so I lived with my mom in Balan sometimes, and with my dad’s family more often, in Gonaïves. No matter who I lived with, none of us were believers. When I was a teenager, I was hanging out with my friends in the streets of Gonaïves, and there was...
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On Tuesday, February 4, 2020 Emmaus University celebrated the 2020 Academic Convocation in which forty-one new students matriculated in various academic programs. Programs include: (1) Bachelor of Divinity, (2) Master of Arts in Theological Studies, (3) Master of Education, and (4) Master of Arts in Leadership and Administration. Pray for these nation-changers!
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