Category: Haiti

 At any given time we can hear someone say, “Wow, what a coincidence!” However, have you ever stopped to think it may be someone else behind the miraculous events that happen every day as a part of our lives?

If you have traveled with Step of Faith down to Haiti over the past 10 years, you have seen first hand the miracles that only God can get the credit for. The pictures above depict a sample of the work the Lord has been doing in the small town of Lac’ajue, Haiti from  2007  to the present. [THEN & NOW]  Since partnering with Aslan Youth Ministry, SOFM has had the opportunity to bring many people down to Haiti and into a community of which God’s hand is certainly upon. 

It wasn’t always like that…

10 years ago many of the now believers in Jesus were voodoo worshipers. 

10 years ago this little town of just over 7,000 had no one to bring them together and teach them about Jesus.

10 years ago the 6 acres of land that Aslan purchased was nothing more than a garbage dump.

10 years ago the people of Lac’ajue were starving, sick and jobless, most children unable to attend school.

But God…

Placed on the heart of Craig, from Aslan, and Joseph Israel, to invest in this little area of Haiti. Prayers began and God showed His power!

The Bible is clear that those obedient to God reap blessings and those disobedient to God reap consequences. Up until hearts began to change and receive Jesus as their Lord and Savior, the village of Lac’ajue saw many consequences.

Joseph began his small bible program on Sunday afternoons and children accepted Jesus. The children went home and began to tell their parents. Their parents began to show up and they too accepted Jesus. Change started to happen.

The Bible says: If I shut up the heavens so that there is no rain, or if I command the locust to devour the land, or if I send pestilence among My people, and My people who are called my My name humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, will forgive their sin and will heal their land. ~ 2 Chronicles 7:13-15

Now, in 2017 there is

  • A group of people from Lac’ajue, numbered in the 100’s, that know Jesus.
  • There is a fully staffed medical clinic on the land serving people both in and out of Lac’ajue.
  • A church building waiting for a roof.
  • Clean drinking water being distributed on the land.
  • There are community bathrooms being built on the land.
  • The Grains of Grace Feeding Program is transitioning to livestock. 
  • Crops are being grown on the land providing food for the people.
  • Less are sick, more are employed and many are attending school.
  • And weekly people are coming to faith in Jesus Christ!

Two examples of God’s faithfulness that was seen first hand on our trip this summer:

  1. When we arrived we asked Joseph how things were going. He responded by saying that the mangos did not grow well this year because there has not been rain for months. So we said we would pray for rain. That night it rained and for the next three days it poured! Then Joseph said that since the concrete was not yet inside the septic that was being built, he said the walls could cave in with too much rain. So we prayed for the rain to stop. For the next 3 days it did not rain. Then Joseph said  the concrete was in the septic so the rain would not bother it. We prayed for more rain, and it dumped buckets for over 5 hours! Coincidence or God’s faithfulness?
  2. Judsen’s brother Evenson has been struggling with MD all his life. Last year he was unable to get out of bed. This yea our team went to see him the first week we were in Haiti and he was bedridden, extremely thin and not eating. Evenson told Judsen that we was ready to go home. Our team prayed over Evenson and prayed that the Lord would either heal him completely here or take him home and heal him completely in heaven. Evenson was saying, “yes and Amen.” The following week, Karen and I returned to see him and again he looked very bad. We prayed for his complete healing either here or in heaven. Again, Evenson was saying, “yes and Amen.” That night we were told that Evenson was singing ‘It is well with my soul.’ The next day, 24 hours after we saw him, he told his mom he was leaving, it was time to go. She left the room for a moment and when she returned Evenson was healed completely in heaven. Coincidence or God’s faithfulness?


Never underestimate the power of our Lord and Savior! Thank you to all who have supported the ministry in Haiti and continue to do so.






Help comes in many ways and through many different means….

Since 2007 Step of Faith Ministry has been partnering with Aslan Youth Ministry in Haiti. For 10 years now we have participated in the work that the Lord has directed both ministries in.  So many people are coming to know Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior and tangible needs are being met on so many levels.

The picture above is of 10 used Apple Laptop computers. Where they came from and where they are going is all about being a vessel for God…

About a month ago I had a conversation with Craig, founder of Aslan, about the need for lap top computers for the doctors and nurses at the Medical Clinic in Lac’ajue. Since the clinic opened in July of 2015 the staff has been hand writing everything that takes place each day; a very time consuming method. To have computers within the clinic would provide them with the technology to share, print and document information in an efficient and timely manner. Since the clinic has electricity the only thing that was lacking were the lap tops.


Step of Faith works with many churches and organizations whose goal is to see lives changed through a relationship with Jesus Christ. Another organization that we have recently been working with is Reborn Orphan Fashion.

ReBorn Orphan Fashion just so happened to have 182 used Apple computers donated to them from the Point Pleasant Beach H.S. 10 of those computers were donated to SOFM who in turn will be giving them to Aslan Youth Ministry to be used by the medical staff as well as other up and coming college students.

God takes ordinary people who have a heart to serve others and connects them with other ordinary people with the same desire to help others and then He does wonderful things.

A huge thank you to Point Pleasant Beach H.S and Jim Sherlock of Reborn Orphan Fashion for the beautiful gifts!

Just One Drop…


I am sometimes asked, “What can you possibly do during one week in Haiti?” My reply, “A lot more than if we didn’t spend one week in Haiti.”

The Bible is clear that we are to help those in need. But not only to help meet tangible needs, but to ‘go’ and tell others about the only One who can bring hope out of despair and who can bless them with an eternal future… Jesus Christ.

Since 2007 it has been a privilege to not only go to Haiti but to bring others who desire to see what God is doing there and become a vessel of hope.

Recently we received a donation from one donor who has not even been to Haiti but has followed and read about all that God is doing there. Her donation is why we can send these pictures to you showing our families in Lac’ajue receiving clean water to drink.

Our partnership with Aslan Youth Ministry has been a beautiful picture of what Jesus calls us to do. By partnering with Aslan, SOFM has been welcomed to their property in Lac’ajue sine 2007. Through the past 10 years we have been blessed to expose people, both team members and not, to all that the Lord is doing there and then prayed for answers to the needs of the people. Over the past 10 years some of the major blessings we have seen are the Grains of Grace Feeding Program birthed, close to 100 families receive ‘light’ through the LuminAid Solar Lanterns, many enrolled in school, graduates of college now serving at the Medical Clinic and on the land in other capacities, and now clean water, and soon public bathrooms! We serve an awesome God!

So… those short term missionaries are used greatly in the sharing of the Gospel of Jesus as well as helping to meet tangible needs.

So how can you help?…

Consider coming out this Saturday, March 18th between 9-11 AM at Redeemer Fellowship [1644 N. Bay Ave. Toms River] to have a warm, home made pancake breakfast, to hear about the upcoming Haiti trip this summer and if you can, bring a love offering for the team to put towards their team costs.

If you are unable to attend, but would like to help our team, you can simply send a donation check to:

Step of Faith Ministry / PO Box 805 Brick NJ 08723 / Memo: Support of Haiti Mission Team

But if you can make it out, you will hear first hand all that is going on in Haiti and meet some of our team members!

Thank you for your prayers and support.

Just One Drop,




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