I have been serving in the ministry in Haiti as well as in the United States of America for more than ten years. In Haiti, I was the coordinator of an evangelistic group that goes out to witness every weekend in different cities and towns. Also, I was involved in Sunday school, pastoral visitations, and youth choir ministry. From doing those ministries, I was convinced that the Lord was leading me in the direction of full-time ministry. Consequently, I went to a Bible college (STBEC) to be trained and ready for ministry. And then, in January 2009, the Lord has opened a door for me to go to the U.S. Virgin Islands, where I finished my bachelor in Christian Education at Bluewater Bible College & Institute in 2012. While going to school there, I was involved wholeheartedly in the ministry at First Haitian Baptist Church of St Thomas. I was the song leader, youth president, and the assistant pastor for four years. Then I moved to the U.S. main land to begin the Master of Divinity with a Biblical Counseling Concentration at Bob Jones University in 2014. During my training at BJU, I did the pastoral internship in different churches every summer just to have a real exposure of ministerial life. So, the Lord has been preparing to through different ministries to get me ready for his present work.
The people of Haiti are hospitable, receptive, and religious. Unfortunately, they are in profound darkness by their primary religion, which is Voodoo. Voodoo is the worship of the devil, which blinds their spiritual eyes. They worship water, sun, and trees, and they sacrifice animals for the devil every year. Also, witchcraft permeates all aspect in the Haitian society. Additionally, it is important to say that Haiti is a poor country that needs Christian education for lasting development of the whole person and socials actions. Haiti contains more than 10 million people, but more than 60% are serving the devil (Voodoo). Consequently, Haiti needs the saving gospel of Jesus Christ. The country needs your prayers. It also needs missionaries. That is why I give myself to God to be a missionary to Haiti to serve Him and preach the saving gospel of Christ. Also, pray that Christianity might be strong in biblical teaching and preaching, because prosperity gospel is taking over biblical Christianity through big media, such as TV, radio, and the Internet. Sadly, Christians in Haiti are losing the concept of fear and honor of God to prosperity and healing gospel. Pray that the Lord would use devoted missionaries and pastors to teach and preach his saving Word with authority, passion, love, compassion, accuracy, and clarity through radio and TV in the country of Haiti. I will be serving in Northern Haiti, Cap-Haitien.