Weeping In The Night

I will extol thee, O Lord; for thou hast lifted me up, and hast not made my foes to rejoice over me.

O Lord my God, I cried unto thee, and thou hast healed me.

O Lord, thou hast brought up my soul from the grave: thou hast kept me alive, that I should not go down to the pit.

Sing unto the Lord, O ye saints of his, and give thanks at the remembrance of his holiness.

For his anger endureth but a moment; in his favour is life: weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.

Please pray with us so that we can get the children of Good Shepherd Orphanage moved into their new home soon. The house that they have been living in is too small. It is located next to the city dump. The smoke from the dump fires is toxic. The ground water is toxic. Several of the children are sick and even one of our workers, Pastor Prinstong’s wife is sick. Several trips have been made to the hospital. Some of you reading this post could write a check that would give us what we need to finish up their new home so they could move.

Will you pray for us right now?

Can you help us financially? Send a check to Carelink International or to Beacon Baptist Church (mark for Good Shepherd Orphanage, Haiti) to 11616 W Indiantown Road, Jupiter, FL 33478 or go to http://www.berenovate.com and click on Donate and use your card to send an offering. Thank you!

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Caribbean Basin Mission Trips!


  • January  23-30 to Haiti – Evangelism, medical & construction.
  • April 1-8 to Haiti – Evangelism, medical & construction.
  • April 22-29 to Haiti – Evangelism, medical & construction.
  • June 11-18 to Haiti – Evangelism, medical & construction.
  • Other custom trips are in the planning. Contact us for your dates or you might be able to join a trip already planned.

Short-term missionaries: All of our trips are evangelistic. We will be working with local national pastors and churches. We will make use of various service evangelism opportunities on each trip. In some cases, this will mean working with the children in the orphanages and schools or with village Bible Clubs. Some, who desire will be involve in one of our construction efforts or vocational training outreaches. Some will be involved with our medical clinics and health fairs.

For pastors: We are training pastors and church leaders in each of these areas where we work to carry on and extend the work of the Lord. Many pastors have gone with us and are planning to go on these future trips to help us with that part of our ministry. If you would be interested in going with us to help in any of these areas, on any of the trips listed or future trips, contact us at 561-818-4937 or write to rmaggard@juno.com for more information.

See our websites at www.BaptistEvangelism.org and www. CarelinkInternational.org for more information.

Good Shepherd Orphans – Duvivier, Haiti

What You Can Expect If You Go With Us To Haiti.

In Haiti we partner with the Patmos Baptist churches and others of like faith. Our primary contacts are Pastor Maurange Caneus of Patmos Baptist in Delmas 31 and Pastor Riccardo St Gelus of 2nd Patmos Baptist of Duvivier.

Evangelistic / Church Planting Teams

Last year working together through our ministry of BaptistEvangelism.org and our Patmos Baptist Ministries we launched 5 new churches in the outlying areas of Port au Prince where more than a million Haitans were displaced after the January 12, 2010 earthquake.

New churches were planted in Croix des Bouquets, Canaan, Ona-Ville and two in Gonaives. We will continue working with these churches to develop them in discipleship, and leadership training as well as other evangelistic efforts.

Children’s Ministry Teams

Orphanages. Last year we opened Good Shepherd orphanage in Duvivier. Presently we are operating with 30 children. We have recently identified land near the present house we are renting. Our future plans include building a new home for these and more of the many orphans that are so numerous in Haiti. It is always a great joy for our team members to have opportunities to interact with our orphans, to play games with them and to teach them God’s word.

Schools. One of the tremendous needs in Haiti is in the education of their children. The government has no way to educate it’s millions of children. A great part of this education has been taken over by the churches. Each of our churches, including the new ones have opened schools to educate the children in their neighborhoods. Many times the only meeting place they have is under make shift tents with the children sitting upon rough wooden benches. Our mission teams love the opportunities that they have to do Bible clubs with these students. It is a tremendous ministry opportunity.

Medical Teams

One of the great needs in third world countries is for medical attention. On many of our mission trips we have trained and professional medical practitioners who travel with us prepared to open clinics that will see patients as well as operating heath fairs in the various areas where we are working with the churches, schools and orphanages. Sometimes those who have an interest in the medical aspect of our mission, but are not trained professionals are utilized to help with the intake, triage and various other important responsibilities that accompany a medical mission.

Construction Teams

Throughout all of Haiti, most places, whether houses, schools or churches have construction or reconstruction needs. This is especially true since the earthquake. Not only do we have ongoing construction needs in the older, established churches, but all of our new churches are presently meeting only in tents. Needless to say, there is always a need for construction crews from lead craftsmen to general laborers to painters.  There is an opportunity for anyone who has a desire for this type of hands on service.

On our mission trips there is something for everyone to do.

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