CMA’s first graduation in Cuba

CMA’s first graduation in Cuba First phase of training is completed In June 2014, we launched our very first training classes in Havana. I am happy to report that less than one year later, of the 41 pastors and leaders which participated, 24 successfully completed CMA’s youth leader training and have graduated. Amazingly, they completed the eight classes that...

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Dream Becomes a Reality

As I sat in the pew of the Haitian church in Gregorytown, Eleuthera, watching the 12 Haitian men listen intently to Brad Fox as he taught them how to study the Bible for themselves, I couldn’t help but think back to our time in Eleuthera ten years ago when we only dreamed of making training available to the Haitian pastors and leaders. These men are from Haiti. Some...

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Bringing English

Our recent involvement in the Haitian community has opened our eyes to many things that we were not aware of for the plight of Haitians in the Bahamas. About a month ago a large sail boat washed up on the beach not too far from our house. Aboard were 16 Haitians who were trying to enter the Bahamas illegally, much as Hispanics in the US. The newspaper announced that 16...

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Love Your Enemies

Love your enemies? You’re kidding, right?! Some would dare to admit that they have a few enemies in life. Very few have taken the opportunity to truly love their enemies. It is a rare thing nowadays to see examples of this standard set forth by Christ. I was given the chance to see this type of love recently through Nixon, a young ex-gang member who now loves the Lord...

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