I was stressed at first because I’d never done anything like this before, but they took me in, made me feel like I was part of the team, and suddenly all the stress was gone! Some of the team members brought lessons, others did crafts, it was amazing . . .
Rev. Ben Hopp, OP Missionary to Haiti, along with his wife and four children, were assisted by “Team Haiti” in presenting VBS programs in the Creole language on the island of La Gonave, June 24 – July 6, 2017 . . .
In May 2015, a team of men from OPC churches across the United States traveled to Haiti to do repairs on the mission homes. The Delfils’ family are grateful not only for the work that two men accomplished at their house, but also for the fellowship they enjoyed together . . .
Team Haiti taught the Children’s Catechism questions on Christ’s offices of prophet, priest and king. We are grateful for their maturity, stamina, and the joy they brought to the job of declaring God’s glory to the children of Haiti . . .
We are so grateful for these 10 men and 1 woman who spent their week serving the OPC Haiti Mission by working at the Kaliko Mission Home. They worked long hours and accomplished a lot! God very clearly brought together a team with just the skills that would be needed . . .
This 9-minute video features clips from interviews with five members of Team Haiti 2014! We hope that the personal reflections of these short-term missionaries will be helpful to anyone considering short-term service in the OPC . . .
Members of the Presbytery of Southern California’s “Team Praha” and “Team Haiti” are mainly drawn from Southern California where the teams are organized and trained, but men and women over 16-18 years of age from other presbyteries are also welcome to apply . . .
Team Haiti, sent out by the Youth Committee of the Presbytery of Southern California, traveled to Haiti this summer from June 23 to July 3, 2014. This is the ninth year that a short-term mission team has been sent to Haiti from this presbytery . . .
Note that the sower “goes forth.” In the next few hours you will leave the comforts and security of your homeland, determined to meet the challenge that Christ placed before you months ago. He in effect said, “Who will go for us,” and you pledged to go . . .
What can you accomplish during a week of work in the hot Haitian sun? A lot! The Hopps are so thankful for the team of eight that came from four different churches around the country. They left behind the snow and ice to help us build a new gate . . .
David Nakhla’s goal for each OPC short-term missions team is to help the missionaries on the field in bringing the gospel to the nations. He also hopes to enrich the experience of the team volunteers, so that when they return from a trip, they will continue to pray for the mission . . .