Lasting Gifts

Over three decades ago, Bill Hochstetler said, “I want to do something for Haiti that will last!”

That simple statement has translated into Kingdom impact – through the life and ministry of RoRo and Eline Eustache – as well as through the teachers, pastors, construction workers, doctors, nurses, and HCO staff who serve daily to do many things that last. It happens in many different places and forms, both in Haiti and in the U.S.

  • Pastor Matthew sharing the Gospel every Sunday morning in the church at Drouillard on the edge of Cite Soleil, the largest slum in the Western Hemisphere.
  • RoRo praying with a father near Seguin who just lost his 18-year-old daughter.
  • Jennifer blogging and keeping Facebook filled with stories of ministry.
  • Jean Bernard repairing the brakes on the cattle truck.
  • Vilquin making sure the foundation of the building has the correct dimensions.
  • Laura processing requests and keeping our database up-to-date.
  • Jean Robert teaching his class of 4th graders math and grammar.
  • Cameron sharing about Haiti and HCO with kids at a summer camp in West Virginia.
  • Dr. Cherubin suturing the hand of a 12-year-old boy that was smashed between two rocks.

The examples could go on and on. Doing something for Haiti that will last happens as we allow ourselves to be the hands and feet of Jesus – whether serving in Haiti or in the U.S., whether giving or going, whether praying or promoting.

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Lasting Gifts is an opportunity to give to the general fund expenses that make all the daily ministry happen for HCO. Many people give to special projects – for sponsorship, special projects, and designated giving – and we are grateful.

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Lasting Gifts is an opportunity to partner with HCO to support the whole ministry. To give a hug to grieving parents. To teach a child 2+2=4. To bandage a wound. To post photos on Facebook. To share the Gospel with our friends in Haiti. All with one gift.

Would you partner with us in providing Lasting Gifts through a monthly or one-time gift to our general fund?

 

Trackbacks & Pings

  • Haitian Christian Outreach :

    […] To that father, I believe it meant more than any monetary gift. For RoRo to do what he needs to do to share these moments and be the pastor the people need him to be, it takes Lasting Gifts! […]

    1 year ago
  • Comfort When a Daughter Passes Away – Haitian Christian Outreach :

    […] To that father, I believe it meant more than any monetary gift. For RoRo to do what he needs to do to share these moments and be the pastor the people need him to be, it takes Lasting Gifts! […]

    1 year ago