Thankful for Your Support

As we enter this week of Thanksgiving, the Directors and Staff of Missions of Love would like to take this opportunity to say how thankful we are for YOU ~ our supporters.

Without your support, programs such as the Literacy Program would not be possible.

Jackson training new teachers for the 2015-2016 adult Literacy classes.

Jackson training new teachers for the 2015-2016 adult Literacy classes.

October 5, 2015 saw the start of Adult Literacy classes in 12 new locations in Northwest Haiti. It is anticipated that each class will have 25 students. Primers and workbooks in Kreyol were given to each teacher so that each student could have their own copy. The primers and workbooks are now available in Haiti through the Haiti Bible League. Previously, there was no workbook and the program had to have the primers printed each year.  These adults will be learning to read in a Biblically based literacy program.  There’s no greater gift than to be able to read the Word for yourself!!  That is definitely something to be thankful for!

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The November Evangelical Team Hard At Work

This is the schedule for the November Evangelical Team.  Please keep them covered in prayer for their ministries.

Dale Breedlove speaking at the Men’s Conference in Jolivert.

Bishop Darrell Cook at the Men's Conference.

Bishop Darrell Cook at the Men’s Conference.

Bethesda Ministries International Inc. is holding Crusade Conference and Revival in Jolivert, Haiti at the Missions of Love Inc. Jolivert Clinic Conference Center
November 1st to 6th, 2015.

November 1st Sunday Morning Service
Special Ordination Services at Bethesda Ministries Haiti
Bishop Darrell Cook-Pastor Jean Robert

Monday 2nd  Women’s Conference 1:00 to 4:00 pm
Pastor Tanya Cook
“A Call for the Wailing Woman”

Tuesday 3rd  Men’s Conference 1:00 to 4:00 Pm

Wednesday 4th  Men and Women’s Conference 1:00 to 4:00 pm

Thursday 5th  Revival at Conference Center 7:00 to 9:00 pm

Friday 6th  Revival at Conference Center 7:00 to 9:00 pm

Ministry Team: Sister Patricia Duarte, MOL Director Dale Breedlove, Sister Brenda Lewis, Sister Juanita Bushrod, Sister Elizabeth Hinton

Men's Conference

Men’s Conference

Greg’s First Trip in as New MOL President

Dental Clinic

The fall Haiti dental trip took place between October 5 in October 15, 2015. Leaving from the US on the team were Ralph and Barbie Porter, Karen Becker, dentists Brandon Taylor and Lea Fowler, and Greg Seelig. Joining us in Haiti – and remaining after we left – was Nancy Bukovnik. During the six days the clinic was in operation, we were pleased to work with a Haitian dentist, Dr. Rousseau of Gros Morne.

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Over 100 patients were seen at the clinic, and received quality care which included a number of difficult surgical extractions. Cleanings and fillings were also provided, and on Sunday afternoon a “bush clinic” was conducted across the river for administering fluoride treatments to the children of Fond du Roc. A particular highlight of the trip was worshipping at Pastor Jean Roberts church on Sunday morning. A hearty “Merci ampile” for Blaud, Christophe and all the Mission staff for their assistance, hospitality and especially the cooking!

~ Greg Seelig

Check out all the photos in the dental clinic trip photo album here!



Creole Bibles for Graduates

The 12 Adult Literacy classes for the 2014-15 school year finished Sept. 30th. From these classes we have 258 adults that completed the course and received their Kreyol Bibles.

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The Bibles arriving at Missions of Love in Jolivert.

What a blessing to teach the illiterate to read by using Christ-centered primers and the Holy Bible.  The classes meet five days a week for two hours; at the end of ten months the students should be able to read on a fifth grade level.

“The joy to me is that people will be set free from the bondage of illiteracy to be able to read the Bible for themselves and grow in their faith.”

Nancy Bukovnik

Read more about the Literacy Program at this link.

Oct. Dental Team Photo Album

Photo gallery of the October Dental Team Trip

“A collection of photos from the team serving at @[109250243857:274:Missions of Love] in Haiti.”

From October 2015 Dental Team, posted by Missions of Love on 10/10/2015 (26 items)

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October Dental Team is Hard at Work

October Dental Team

Karen, Gregg, Ralph, Barbie, Dr. Brandon Taylor and Dr. Lea Fowler – our October Dental Team

The team has just arrive and they are already hard at work.

Dr. Lea teaches Karen how to be a dental assistant!

Dr. Lea teaches Karen how to be a dental assistant!

Dr. Brandon Taylor is seeing a patient in the new clinic.

Dr. Brandon Taylor is seeing a patient in the new clinic.

While Gregg was busy outside making a shoe repair with duct tape!

While Gregg was busy outside making a shoe repair with duct tape!

Please cover the team in prayer as they spend their days seeing patients and bringing the good news of Jesus to those in need.



A note from our new MOL President

Since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles, and let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us…

Greetings to all! We have just finished the annual meeting and it was great to see everyone again and to conduct the business of Missions of Love. The meetings are always an inspiration to me to see the dedication and work being performed, and to hear the reports of what the Lord is accomplishing in Haiti and the blessings on us from being a small part of His work there! Betty Johnson, past president, is surely a member of that “great cloud of witnesses” that has been a vital part of the work of the Mission for many years, and has set the bar high for the incoming Board Officers. So too were Dr. and Mrs. McKinney, and we were saddened to learn of their passing.

These are exciting and challenging times on the mission field, with accomplishments taking place in the medical, dental, and eye clinics, adult literacy, health outreach, clean water, and evangelism programs. There are plans to reinstitute the child malnutrition treatment program as soon as funds are available- a small, three-month commitment can save the life of a child in the Manba (fortified peanut butter) program, and also boosts the local economy by supporting local peanut growers. Much has been done, but much remains…

(L to R) 2015 MOL Officers Amy Wolf, Gregg Selig, Tiffanie Quisenberry, Nancy Bukovnik

(L to R) 2015 MOL Officers Amy Wolf, Gregg Selig, Tiffanie Quisenberry, Nancy Bukovnik

Several groups will be going in-country between now and the end of the year, and we ask for your prayers for their safe travel and that many “mighty works” will be accomplished. The new Officers- Nancy Bukovnik as Vice President, Amy Wolf as Secretary, Tiffanie Quisenberry as Treasurer, and myself- look forward to the challenges of our positions and ask for your prayers and support as well. If we can be of help, feel free to contact us any time, and may the Lord be glorified through our works in His name. Merci Seigneur! ~ Gregg Seelig, MOL President

Exciting New Partnership – Vitamin Angels

Missions of Love is excited to announce we are partnering with Vitamin Angels!  This program is a blessing to our Outreach Clinics and our bush clinics where we are able to reach those who would otherwise not have any healthcare services.

angelFrom the Vitamin Angels website:

.For over 20 years, Vitamin Angels has been helping at-risk populations in need—specifically pregnant women, new mothers, and children under five—gain access to lifesaving and life changing vitamins and minerals

Millions of children around the world are suffering from ‘hidden hunger’, a lack of micronutrients that can lead to disease and even death. In fact, 45% of all childhood deaths are attributable to undernutrition. We are changing that.

We target at-risk populations without regular access to facility-based health services through a network of international and local NGOs—our field partners—who have a local presence and intimate understanding of the community being served. In doing so, every project is tailored to the individual needs of the population being served while using proven interventions delivered consistent with accepted best practices.

Thank You Vitamin Angels!!