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The Harbor is committed to ongoing support of missionary efforts to the ends of the earth, sharing bread and the Bread of Life (Jesus) globally with those in need. You can help by praying for these efforts, or by providing financial support directly to them, if you feel so led.

pray & give | HAITI 2019

CAP ROUGE, HAITI
We normally send multiple teams to Haiti as we partner with Ansanm Ministries, though 2019 looked different for us at The Harbor. As our trips approached, the U.S. government labeled Haiti as a Level 4-Do Not Travel Warning due to civil unrest. After seeking the Lord in prayer and adhering to the policies of Ansanm, our 2019 trips were canceled. 

Even though we canceled our trips, we are still supporting Ansanm as they minister to Cap Rouge, Haiti. The two big ways you can support Ansamn and the ministry in Haiti is by prayer and by giving.

Pray: Please pray for the government of Haiti. Pray for honest, God honoring leaders to rise to the top. And pray for the ministry of Ansanm, for God's guidance, and for support to come in strong during this lean time.
Give: Just because our groups are not traveling to Haiti doesn't mean we stop our support. There is a profound opportunity for us to change the world in the remote village of Cap Rouge in Haiti, where change is so desperately needed, through the ministry of Ansanm. Our goal is to raise $45,460 for this work by July of 2020. Please ask God if He wants you to provide support and then respond however He leads. Thank you for giving above and beyond your normal giving at this time to impact lives for the kingdom in Haiti.

One thing to consider before donating with a debit or credit card is that The Harbor is charged to process the transaction (2.2% + $.30 per transaction). If possible, please consider paying by cash or check. If you are donating by check, please put "Haiti" in the memo line.

Contact Robert Copeland for more information.

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For more information about Haiti and The Harbor's work in Haiti, please contact Robert Copeland.

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