Wesleyan youth pastors in Haiti saw a major need in their country after Hurricane Matthew hit and stepped up to help.
Goats for $75? Two months later, the needs for hurricane-ravaged Haiti have been updated. Read how you can tangibly help.
Relief supplies continue to arrive in Haiti, weeks after Hurricane Matthew destroyed the livelihood of many.
Through partnership between The Wesleyan Church, World Hope International, Global Partners, and other organizations, the first shipment of supplies has been delivered in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Dan Irvine gives a heartfelt assessment of Haiti’s current crises, post-Hurricane Matthew.
Three Wesleyan Church districts report damage from Hurricane Matthew. Learn how you can help.
Over a thousand died in the hurricane in Haiti, but the crisis following it could claim even more innocent lives.
Haiti took the brunt of Hurricane Matthew in the Caribbean and caused great devastation in the south. Flash floods, overflowing rivers, and mud slides in the mountains are still taking place.
The worst Caribbean storm since 2007 is expected to make landfall tonight in Haiti, followed by other countries where Wesleyan churches are serving. PRAY for God to have mercy on the helpless.