On December 2-13, 2016 we took our 17th team to the island of La Gonave, Haiti. The team worked in support of the Community Health Evangelism (CHE) committee in Nan Mango. The number of communities on La Gonave with CHE committees continues to grow and we anticipate inviting two members from each committee to a […]
The DecAid Project is no stranger to taking charge and partnering to solve a problem. We try to do all we can to help the people of La Gonave.
However, there are times that it’s important to just let God take the reins. One of these times happened on our most recent trip to Haiti. We flew out […]
We often like to talk about the medical efforts that The DecAid Project takes part in, but we really work in many more. One of those areas is education. We believe that education is an essential part of any society.
We were very fortunate to have three teachers join us on our lastest trip. In […]
The DecAid Project has received some fantastic news today. We are officially a 501(c)3 with the United States Internal Revenus Service. This is an answer to prayer. There are many people who have made this possible. First of all, we need to thank Dr. Peter Rhetts.
The second set of thank yous goes out […]
“You kept your word and came back.”
These words from the Pikmi village elder greeted us as we stepped from the truck.
Pikmi is a village on the island of LaGonave off the west coast of the mainland of Haiti where the DecAid Project has ministered before. Yes, we kept our word and returned, but in […]
The DecAid Project is on its way to becoming a federally-recognized 501(c)3 organization! The advanced business law class at Indiana Wesleyan University, under the direction of Dr. Peter Rhetts, put together all of the paperwork we needed to file. Their assistance has made this possible sooner than we could have ever imagined. We are truly […]
We had our second board of directors meeting on Monday. It may not sound like fun, but trust us: it is. Everyone on the board feels that they’re truly blessed.
Here’s what’s going down. Starting next month, we’re going to introduce all the board members. I know, AWESOME!
These people are great. After we roll through introducing […]
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No pictures today but we spent most of the morning at the market in Palma or observing surgery in the hospital. More surgeries to observe in..
Some pictures of our day in Nan Mango.
Monday in Nan Mango.
Worshipping this evening in missionary church in Haiti.
We arrived on La Gonave on Saturday with no issues. The team is acclimating to the heat and attended a Haitian church this morning where we were..