Thursday, August 28, 2014

We thank the Bergens for their service!

Brian and Tina Bergen have been serving at NVM in Haiti for almost a year. And they are returning home next week. Brian has been managing the projects for short-term teams and has initiated a significant agriculture project. And he has done other things we will not try to list. Tina has been managing the production of the crafts being produced by Haitian ladies and managing the NVM Hope Gift Shop. And their kids are here as well. Both parents have been involved in home schooling their children.

God has brought many wonderful people to NVM over the past 4 years. And we are grateful that Brian and Tina answered the call. We pray that God will lead them as they return home and bless them richly for their faithful service in Haiti.


Serving on your behalf in Haiti,

Jim & Cheryl Warner

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Thank you Tina

Tina has been running the new Clay Bead Class this past 8 months...she has been helping the Haitian lady who runs the classes.  She has done a terrific job assisting and helping to encourage the ladies.  They have turned out some beautiful clay bead bracelets.   Thanks, Tina, for a job well done.  Tina is now going to assist the NVM Project Hope Gift Shop from their home in Indiana.

Tina encouraging the clay class ladies

Beautiful work being sold in the gift shop

If you would like to purchase some of these NVM Project Hope Gift Shop bracelets, please contact Cheryl Warner by email   We have suppliers in the USA.

Serving on your behalf in Haiti,
Jim & Cheryl
Nehemiah Vision Ministries
Global Training Network

Sunday, August 24, 2014

CRU Haiti Country Director, Esperandieu Pierre & Global Training Network, Dr. Jim Warner, meet at Nehemiah Vision Ministries Compound in Haiti to help develop Haitian Pastors

During our nearly 3 + years in Haiti I had the privilege of conducting Saturday monthly conferences for pastors. We fed them a good breakfast, let them worship together and tried to challenge them from God’s Word.

Yesterday was the August pastor’s conference. Pastor Pierre & I had the opportunity to team teach and once again meet with these dear Haitian Pastors. We had 93 pastors come to the session. The topic was How to Avoid Moral Failure in the Church. It was well received and many of these men walked away with a dedication to be committed to what God has for them here in Haiti. 

The monthly conferences will continue in Haiti under Pastor Pierre.  I will have the chance to minister to the pastors once again in December when we return for our quarterly visit.

Preparing my thoughts


Ministering to these men of God



Their attention was focused


Team teaching with Pastor Pierre


Please be praying for these wonderful pastors. They work so hard and are so committed to their church congregations. They do it with little or no financial reward. Their reward is all stored up in Heaven.

If you would like to support this specific NVM Ministry in Haiti  – please contact Jim Warner at   

Serving on your behalf in Haiti,

Jim & Cheryl

Friday, August 22, 2014

Rubber band bracelets a big hit here in Haiti

Some good friends of ours, Mark & Kim Peck, from Michigan sent us down with a bunch of the rubber band bracelets and the kits to make therm.  Here are a few of the faces of those who received them along with a lollypop Smile



Thanks, Mark & Kim, for being a blessing down here in Haiti!!

Jim & Cheryl Warner

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

We are back in Haiti

After taking time with our family and moving into a new home -  we are back in Haiti and want to let you know what is happening.

Last Sunday Jim had the opportunity to preach at Nehemiah Vision Chapel service.  However, the video camera was destroyed in a small fire so you will just have to trust that I was up there sharing. My topic was loving your enemies and it hit home for a number of people. It was so nice to see so many familiar faces in the church.

Yesterday, Cheryl had the chance to take part in the graduation program for a number of ladies who have just completed the craft-making classes.  10 ladies completed the basket-making class and 8 ladies completed the jewelry making class.  It was a lot of fun and many of the ladies are hoping to start a small business of their own.  We sent them off with supplies to keep them going.  Now its up to them.  The new classes will start up next week with a new group of ladies willing to learn a skill.  Cheryl also had a chance to share about trusting God when life seems to be a tangled mess, using a tangle of zippers as her prop.  It was fun to watch.  Then we served them a wonderful meal.  It was a joy to be with these precious women again!!




We will keep you posted during the rest of our visit to NVM.

Serving on your behalf in Haiti,

Jim & Cheryl Warner