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Feeding the Kids Continues On
By Rock Church - August 29, 2014

With the recent return of Rock Ambassador, Gary, the fruit of his labors continue to be blessed by the Lord! Even in his absence, the feeding program started in Jeremie continues to expand, overseen by disciples that he raised up. Chancely is the main disciple overseeing the organization of the feeding program. Chancely was a young, energetic but troubled 17 year old who lived in the same area as our Rock Ambassadors. When invited to join the first Haiti Discipleship School he was convinced he wasn't "good enough" for things as simple as not having the right shoes. His rough past and somewhat scattered personality made him seem unlikely to be one who would step into a major leadership role. However, after coming through the school and with the very intentional pouring into by Gary, Chancely has continued to grow into an amazing man of God with a tremendous heart for the children and desire to make a true difference in his nation! Three times a week Chancely goes to some of the poorest areas of Jeremie, not only to bring nourishment for their bodies... but food for their souls. 

"It's amazing to see the gift God has given Chancely to be able to keep hundreds of children engaged in Bible lessons, songs and lessons!" ~ Fredrick Clerie, Haiti Base Leader

With just over $1000 per month (managed by our current in-field ambassadors) and Chancely's organizational leadership, over 2000 meals are being fed to the neediest children in Jeremie!

Please pray for...

- Continued provision for this program and its advancement as the Rock researches opportunity to build a "Super Kitchen" there which would dramatically multiply the number of lives able to be touched for Jesus.

- The Truth that is being sowed into the hearts of these children would be watered and grown, transforming the nation of Haiti. 

- Endurance and continued overflow of Christlike love and wisdom for Chancely.

For more information about what God is doing in Haiti, click here »