Almost 80% Of The World’s Population Is Now Literate

Almost 80 percent of the world’s population aged 15 years and over is now literate, including more women than ever before, according to new figures from UNESCO.  Encouragingly, the figures also show that although women still make up two thirds of the world’s adult illiterates, in all regions they are gaining access to education and…

2010 Elections and Riots

Picture taken by Rod Meadth, the high school principal at QCS, from his windows on the Delmas Road and Delmas 75 street corner, five minutes from where we live. We woke up this morning, December 8, to the sound of riots.  Since this morning, we can hear heavy weapons being shot.  It sounds like we…

Tropical Storm/Tornado

This past Friday, we had a tropical storm or a tornado during our children church’s service.  The storm hit us so suddenly that we did not have the time to seek a shelter.  In our yard, two of our big trees were struck down.  One of the water tanks fell off the roof.  The local…

Rainy Season

Schools under tents, not very comfortable with the heat. Once their fear has passed, some of those whose houses did not suffer any damage during the earthquake, went back to live in them.   The rainy season has come and it rains hard. We had ten special days of prayer called: Ten Days to Pentecost.  Some received…

We do not forget

The bulldozers began to destroy the damaged buildings that could not be repaired.   The loaders withdrew the rubble bringing to light more human bodies.  Some of the damaged schools are being repaired.  Most people whose houses are whole did not return to live in them, fearing another earthquake. The Ministry of Education asked that schools…

Organizing to help

Dear friends, Yesterday we discovered many camps for the disaster’s victims at about 15 blocks away from our home.  One of them was hosting 15,000 to 20,000 people on a golf course between Delmas 40B and Delmas 48.  They sleep outside.  The American soldiers are there.  They’re offering food, water as well as treating the wounded. On…

We’re safe!

Dear friends, We are currently in the Dominican Republic for a regional missionary conference and are safe. We are trying to return to Haiti as soon as possible. From friends, we have learned that our house is still standing. Please pray for Bob Thornley who is still in Haiti, the members of our church and…

Michel & Louise Charbonneau

are the missionaries who started the ministry. They lead the church, prison ministry, feeding program, clinic and child sponsoring program.

Haiti Ministries

is a Christian organization that has been working in Haiti since 1996. Our goal is to bring the youth of Haiti into a relationship with God.

Children’s Outreach and STM

  In January 2014, I had a vision.  I saw the robe of Jesus floating in the air over the schools’ roofs.   Then, I heard these words: « I wait for you to enter into the schools to enter into the hearts . » During the following months, I asked myself how I could enter into the schools. …