Islander Evangelistic Ministries - Mission to Ile A Vache, Haiti
I.E.M was established in Haiti in August of 1987 by missionaries Rev. Raymond L. & Kathy Bideaux. IEM uses sailboats to carry supplies and the Gospel to Haiti. The tiny island of Ile A Vache lies about 7 miles off the southern coast of Haiti and is a place of great need. In the village of Sou Lettre <sue let> villagers need water, need food, need clothes. They need the Gospel and they need your help!
Pastor Raymond Bideaux (left) has labored in Haiti for nearly 3 decades establishing churches and sharing the gospel and has seen God raise up local shepherds. Our local Pastor, Pastor SaintVil (right) is shepherding the village of Sou Lettre today.
Currently the church meets in a stick structure surrounded by palm branches and covered with an old canvas tarp. Many times hundreds turn out for services, hungry to here the Gospel preached. Yet without a solid structure storms often hinder services. Pastor Sainvil, who is a block mason has already laid the foundation for a new building, now we must raise funds for the block and a roof in order to finish the structure. The church building will serve for worship, a school for the children, a water collection site for the families and a place to shelter during storms.
In May 2015 Pastor JC Hall will be joining the IEM team for its mission to Ile A Vache and Sou Lettre and will be traveling between Florida and Haiti to bring much needed supplies to the IEM mission. We are currently trying to raise $10,000 for our projects on Ile A Vache, Haiti. Additionally, we are looking for 30 supporters to commit $30 each month to support Pastor JC Hall’s work with the IEM team in Haiti; The 30-30 Support Team. You can help by praying for this ministry. You can also make a donation here or become a member of the 30-30 support team. Or you can do all three. We are believing God for an outpouring of His Spirit in America and on the Island of Ile A Vache.
SUPPORT THE HAITI MISSION HERE