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Mission Stories

Team Trinity @ Mission of Grace - Nov. 28 - Dec. 5, 2015

Lott Carey answered the call from our brothers and sisters in Carries who suffered loss from a recent mudslide.  When I first got the news that our team was going someplace other than Lambi Village, I was saddened because we had bonded so well with the people there and I was looking forward to being with them again.

November 2015 - Team Impact - NBCA/LC Men on Missions

Twenty-two men from the National Baptist Convention of America and Lott Carey Baptist Foreign Mission Convention arrived in Haiti on Saturday, November 7, 2015. These men represented 14 churches.  Seventeen (17) of the men were from Louisiana, three (3) from Chesapeake, Virginia, one (1)  is from Dallas and another from Fort Lauderdale.

Ebenezer Baptist Church Charlotte Haiti STM

A coed team from Ebenezer Baptist Church - Charlotte, NC embarked on a  week-long journey to Haiti on Saturday, February 21.   Their mission was to serve and minister to the people of Lambi Village. The team of 10 was led by Dr. Lorenzo Lynch, Rev. Walter Bowers and Sis. Juandra Burris.  Rev. Bowers provided the following outlined summary.  Pictures speak louder than words...

Team Trinity on watch for God!!

Under the leadership of Deacon Tony Taylor, fourteen men and women representing 10 congregations arrived in Haiti on Saturday, November 29, 2014.  Calling themselves 'Team Trinity', this team came on a mission of God to serve the people of Lambi Village.  Their excitement has captured everyone they have come in contact with from the people who run and manage the guest house to the entire Lambi Village.  The team spent Sunday worshipping at two downtown Port-au-Prince historical churches: First Baptist Church and St. Paul A.M.E.

Mt. Olive Baptist Church - November 15 - 22, 2014

A team of 10 including Pastor James Victor participated on a mission assignment from November 15 - 22, 2014.  The team spent their time doing service and ministry projects at Lambi Village.  Pastor Victor asked the team to summarize their experience by responding to the following questions:  What was the most meaningful moment on the trip? How/where did you see God at work this week?  How was your faith renewed in humanity on the this trip?

Here are some of the submissions...more to come!  

NBCA - Men on Missions - 8 - 15 November 2014

A team of men from the National Baptist Convention of America, Inc (NBCA) completed a short-term mission assignment from November 8 - 15, 2015.   Rev. Samuel C. Tolbert, President and pastor Greater St. Mary Missionary Baptist Church lead the team  Bro Earl A. Carpenter, Sr., deacon of Trinidad Baptist Church assisted him in leading the team.  Also participating on the team is Dr. John Rhodes, pastor Trinidad Baptist Church and a member of the Lott Carey Board of Directors.

Jerusalem Baptist Church - Spencer, NC - September 20 - 27, 2014

The Jerusalem Baptist Church team plus one led by Rev. Dr. David Bracken arrived in Haiti on Saturday, September 20, 2014.  Dianne Jinwright, Watts Baptist Church, Raleigh, NC. joined Jerusalem Baptist Church (JBC) on this mission assignment.  In addition to the pastor, the JBC team includes: Willie Mae Abel, Dennis Black, Jimmy Hailey, Arthur Jones, and Thomas O'Kelly.

Saturday - Sunday, September 20 - 21, 2014

Lambi Village - Team Hope - March 1 - 8, 2014

Seven Men to Haiti, they called themselves Team Hope. For two, it is their first visit but the others were returning to keep on building.  They were shocked and amazed at the progress made in the village since their March 2014 short-term mission. They came with open hearts to serve compassionately and ready hands to build and do whatever they were tasked to do.  It was a week of much pleasure and joy.   

Ron Davis, St. Paul Baptist Church, Charlotte, NC:

Reflections - 30 November to 7 December - Haiti Lambi Team

"Today I saw the extreme polemic which is Haiti...from those who have little or nothing  to those who engage in the sin of over indulgence and have so very much.   And then I understood...America!"   Rev. Dr. Keith I. Jones

Men on Missions: Team Impact - November 9 - 16, 2013

Lott Carey 'Men on Mission' arrived in Haiti on November 9, 2013. Eighteen (18) men representing 12 churches from Texas, Michigan, Louisiana, Maryland and Virginia.  This year's 'Team Impact' is composed of five (5) first time missionaries and thirteen (13) men representing three of the teams from fall 2012 'Men on Mission' teams. The youngest team member is 16 year old Jeremiah who reminds us all that he will be 17 next week (Happy Birthday!). Our most senior team member is 66 years of age.  Three pastors, one minister and many deacons are on the team.

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