Ten percent of all funds given to this new aspect of the project will go to needed outreach projects. Below are some of the projects that your contributions will finance:
Since the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, little has been done by the local government to help rebuild people’s lives. Mission Hills partners with Converge Rocky Mountain on several projects in Haiti to share Christ’s love both in word and deed.
Gonaives Children’s Feeding Program
In one of the hardest hit areas of Haiti, Emery and Mary Wilson’s self-funded ministry feeds about 200 children daily (the only meal they will have). In addition, they operate a school for 50 children and are currently building a school and ministry center where they can assist more children.
Tomazou Church Haiti
Pastor Marc St. Claire’s church plant in Tomazou, a village just outside the earthquake zone in Haiti, has struggled. Only about 60 currently attend, largely because they must meet outdoors. The church building stands only partially constructed, the project abandoned four years ago due to lack of funding. Mission Hills will help finish the building which will also serve as a school for local children. Work to establish a chicken farm will also greatly benefit this community.
The Dalit, or “untouchables,” make up nearly one quarter of India’s population. We have chosen to work in India to make a difference in the lives of these oppressed people.
Asha Jyothi Center
Five years ago, Saji John and his wife Cynthia took two orphaned children into their home. Since then, they have taken in 40 children; built an orphanage and started training centers for single mothers, widows, and young girls, teaching them a trade to support their families. The Center also houses a church of close to 100, meeting in one small room. We will help the Asha Jyothi Center build a larger meeting room on the third floor of their building, allowing them to disciple many more new believers.
Mission Hills has chosen to be very involved in Northeast Littleton, the poorest part of Littleton and home to many ethnic minorities (largely Hispanic). Our vision is to see the establishment of a community center for the area that will seek to address the needs of the community. This project will lend itself to multiple ways for our own people to get involved. Our vision is to see a Hispanic church meeting in the community center and reaching out to the community.
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