From our Missionaries
My wife Bonnie and I have been so happy to serve as in country directors of Cabaret Haiti Mission for the last ten years. We have seen so many positive changes through the work God has allowed us to be a part of. We currently have forty one children that we are able to support with food, clothing, and shelter, and pour daily into their lives. Our schools continue to grow with over 700 in daily attendance. God continues to bless our two churches as they provide outreach and hope into their communities. All of this work is made possible through the generous donations of people like you. We would appreciate so much your partnering with us as we seek to make a difference in this little corner of the world.
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From our Kids
I was raised by my grandmother in a little village in Haiti called Bercy until the age of 7. After she couldn't provide for me anymore and wanted a better future for me; she decided to place me in the orphanage at Cabaret Haiti Mission.
Growing up at the Cabaret Haiti Mission Orphanage, was a chance for me to have a family I never had. I came to the orphanage when I was 8, and I lived there for 10 or 11 years after my biological mom passed away. I got experience what it is like to have a lot of parents and sisters and brothers. I experienced love in so many ways. I was really shy and quiet as a little girl, but the kids there showed me that I can be different but still be one of them.
Hi! My name is Wilguens Sizemore. I used to be an orphan at Cabaret Children's Home. I've never had the chance to thank them for the amazing works that God had given them to do in Haiti, and for me. Let me take this opportunity to share their great works, and to thank them.
I remember being fed three meals per day, loved, cared for, taught in the words of God, and sheltered. CHM could do all of these things through God's unfailing grace, love, and the donations that you guys have given. Let me depict how you change an orphan's life when you are being a part of it. I spent a couple of years without having a sponsor and having a sponsor meant you get to have gifts which could be anything. They did not really need to be expensive, but the act of someone thinking of you warms our precious hearts. I used to watch as the other kids' hearts sparkled with joy upon hearing Mr. Snider say, "you have a gift," to whom the gift was meant to be given. I never experienced it then, but I could feel it; until I had a sponsor of my own, and I could start to feel the very exact joy they were experiencing when they had a sponsor. Knowing that, a person from a foreign land, miles away, and whom we have no blood relative with is thinking of us made us feel God's love to us through them.
I also had another amazing sponsor who not only gave me gifts like the other sponsors, but she also taught me the words of the Lord Who is soon to come.
There are a lot of things I could go on about to say what the Lord is doing for Haiti through CHM, but it would take the rest of the night and more days. I'm grateful and thankful for what God had done for me through CHM, and I'm thankful for what CHM had done for me.
Thank you so much!
From our Supporters
How do we put into words what we have seen first hand in the CHM family? So many lives have been changed as well as our own. People and communities have flourished. Education and basic needs are being met. We have witnessed the teaching of Gods word and spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the communities and taking long winding trips by foot into the mountains to share Jesus' love.
CHM, as well as Haiti, have been dear to our hearts for many years and it is an honor and privilege to serve along side them and knowing the impact that is being made for generations to come.
Love and blessings,
Herby and Angela Pierre
Cabaret Baptist Children's Home was my first experience in a foreign country doing foreign missions. My husband and I, along with my father arrived in Bercy in 2007. I had no way of knowing that my life was about to change forever.
Two years later after working closely with the missionaries at Cabaret Baptist Children's Home, we became the second family to adopt out of CBCH. The process of adoption not only changed our lives in profound ways, but working in Haiti with the children opened my eyes to the way that the Father loves us. Initially all of these children are forsaken in some way- whether it be death or abandonment but at CHM they are loved with a sacrificial and unending love.
Because of my experience in Haiti at CHM, my family and I now serve on the other side of the island where God has called us to start a school and to support the work He has there. Had I not had the experience of doing missions at CHM and working in their school, I do not believe that I would have the passion or the love for Haiti that I have today.
I did nothing for Haiti... it did everything for me.
- Karin White