SEPTEMBER 2017

Our hearts are blessed. We have seen and spoken to all supported students and their families this week. Almost all the students from last year are continuing this year. 158 students will now be attending school this year. 11 have graduated and did not return. A few have left the country because their family sought work in other areas, and a few students will be attending University. Photos of the students, if you supported a child, will soon be sent to you.

Please enjoy the photographs of the trip this year. Amy Self from West Goshen Church of the Brethren, a talented photographer, captured the joy of the students while Jo Dick assisted her. These two ladies quickly made the children feel comfortable. Additional photos can be found on Facebook through Amy Self, Jo Dick, James Dick or Evelyn Dick

We were able to visit with Pastor Daniel and his wife Ann at their home. All of us were thankful for the 4-wheel drive vehicle as the terrain was difficult. Daniel and Ann are very gracious hosts and their children a blessing. While there, we looked at the roof where we would like to put solar panels to provide electricity. We do not have enough funds for this project yet, but money designated for Daniel’s solar power will go directly to this project.


Our greatest thanks to you for supporting these children for school.

We are looking forward to seeing many of you as we travel to churches this fall October 22 through 29. If you would like us to visit with your church or mission group, please email the following details to Jimandjo.geo@yahoo.com by September 15your contact information, church name & address, Pastor’s name & phone number, and three dates of your choosing (between October 22nd & October 29th) (we will confirm the date we are able to accommodate).

 

James Dick                    574-534-8325              Jimandjo.geo@yahoo.com

Evelyn Dick                   229-291-3480              Haitibabemema1@aol.com

AUGUST 2017

Over the Moat – Drawbridge to the King was the theme for Blue River Church of the Brethren’s Vacation Bible School. 56 children were enrolled for this wonderful program. The mission out reach this year was Vine Ministry and the Clinic at Vine Church in Haiti. They raised $3400 for the Clinic. Thank you for your gift as it will provide health to people of Haiti many times over.

West Goshen Church of the Brethren hosted a worship event July 17th. Betsey Long, a local Nashville recording artist, along with other musicians and vocalists led us in an evening of worship and praise to Jesus. They responded to the call and helped Haiti with $2777.  Thank you for your gracious heart to continue touching lives in Haiti.

The Clinic at Vine Church in Haiti has taken a step in a new direction. It has been on the hearts of several to serve those who are handicapped. The Clinic is providing assistance for Pastor Telfort’s daughter. As this project grows, more help will be provided and more handicapped individuals will receive care. To the best of our knowledge, there are no hospitals who treat and care for mentally and physically handicapped. Please keep this project in mind as you consider your help for Haiti.

Please keep us in your prayers as we travel to Haiti on August 14. We, Jim and Jo and Evelyn will be staying until the 27th. During this time we will register the kids for school. Amy Self of West Goshen COB will join us on August 19 to help take those precious pictures of the students.  We cannot thank Amy enough for her willingness to help. Our hearts are over whelmed with gratitude as you, our friends, have expressed commitment to bringing hope to Haiti one child at a time. By the time we leave for Haiti our goal will be met of at least 155 students in school this year.

We are looking forward to seeing many of you as we travel to churches this fall. From October 22nd through the 29th we may be in your area. If you would like us to visit with your church or mission group, please email the following details to Jimandjo.geo@yahoo.com by September 15: your contact information, church name & address, Pastor’s name & phone number, and three dates of your choosing (between October 22nd & October 29th) (we will confirm the date we are able to accommodate). We ask for one night’s lodging with someone in your congregation or in a hotel/motel. Jim and Jo will need a room and Evelyn will need a room. Also, please, due to allergies no pets in the house. We greatly appreciate any offerings given to the ministry.

Without your support we would not be able to continue. God Bless You Richly!

James Dick                           574-534-8325         Jimandjo.geo@yahoo.com

Evelyn Dick                         229-291-3480          Haitibabemema1@aol.com

 

Evelyn’s book, Life on the Edge, “34 Years of Ministry in Haiti”, may be ordered by sending $15.00 plus $3.00 to Vine Ministry, PO Box 967, Goshen, IN.  46527

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JULY 2017

Children in Haiti are looking forward to attending school this fall. Yet only about half of them will be able to attend. For most, help from you is absolutely necessary for them to be able to continue to attend. School will change their life and open the door to many opportunities to bless their family their parents never had.

Thank you for your continued support. We are finalizing dates of travel to Haiti to register these children for this fall’s school year. Please pray for each student and their family for God to especially touch their life this year. If you have not sponsored your student for next year, please let us know before August 1st so we know how many students our supporters will be able to help. So far we are at 60% of last year’s total.

We recently enjoyed a wonderful time of friendship and collaboration in Grand Rapids, MI as we sat around the table and discussed ideas and plans for working with Vine Evangelical Baptist Church. Pastor Joel St Amour and his wife Marie, Jo and Jim Dick, Evelyn Dick and Associate Pastor Daniel Telfort were all present. Some of the topics of discussion was help for Telfort’s daughter Hadassa. Hadassa is disabled and becoming more difficult to care for. She is 6 years old and still cannot stand, walk or talk. The need for either a generator or solar power at Pastor Daniel’s home was also considered. He has money saved for this but still needs the remaining funds to make the purchase. The Clinic is in need of being fully equipped.  We are also considering how to begin a Christian school that will teach the children well.

If you are in the Goshen, IN area, please come to West Goshen Church of the Brethren for an evening of Spirit Filled Praise and Worship. Betsey Long, a Nashville recording artist, will be leading us into His Presence.

We would love to connect with the supporters of Vine Ministry to renew old friendships and make new ones.

We want to share how Vine Ministry is growing. Would you be available to host us in your church or small group?

Our plans are to travel and be available October 22 through 29.

Please contact me at PO Box 967, Goshen, IN 46527 by August 1 so we can begin finalizing plans.

James Dick                 574-534-8325             Jimandjo.geo@yahoo.com

 

Evelyn Dick               229-291-3480              Haitibabemema1@aol.com

Evelyn’s book, Life on the Edge, “34 Years of Ministry in Haiti”, may be ordered by sending $15.00 plus $3.00 to Vine Ministry, PO Box 967, Goshen, IN.  46527

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JUNE 2017

It is so fun to hear what the Vine Ministry Student Sponsorship graduates are doing now. Some have graduated nursing school. Another graduated secretary school. The secretary of Vine Evangelical Baptist Church was one of the first students supported by you.  Vine Ministry Supporters have impacted education in Haiti for over 26 years. Last year 155 students had the opportunity to attend school.

As can be seen from the chart, we have a very good start to meeting our goal from last year. In May our supporters have committed to sending 74 students to school again for another year of education. 

If you would like to be part of this project, please drop us a line and let us know you would like to support a student this year. One year is $360. The Deadline is August 1st.

Sunday April 30 Assoc. Pastor Daniel took the Central Choir from Vine Evangelical Baptist Church to his hometown of Hinche.

Pastor Daniel preached and Central Choir sang at Maranatha Baptist of Hinche. Later in the evening they ministered in Hinche First Baptist Church. This is where Pastor Daniel grew up and had his first experiences as Youth Leader and Choir Director.

Pastor Daniel also had the privilege of visiting and preaching in a church in a village called Maissade, about 260 miles from Port-au-Prince. To get there he had to cross a large river. Pastor hired a young man to carry him on his back to cross the river. He did such a good job of carrying Daniel that he paid him double the wage.

Please note several prayer requests:

Haiti’s economy. Inflation rate is 12%. 1 Haitian Gourde is now worth 1.496 cents.

Hadassa is Pastor Daniel’s 6 year old daughter. She is disabled and does not stand, walk, see or talk. She is becoming more difficult to care for.

Please pray for continued improvement for Marie St Amour, Pastor Joel’s wife who received a heart transplant last October.

Please join Vine Evangelical Baptist Church in praying for the upcoming Bible Conference June 25 –July 9. This is their 25th year celebration with many former members coming to take part in the celebration.

Thank you for your prayers and generous support to this ministry,

Jim & Jo Dick        574-534-8325        Jimandjo.geo@yahoo.com

Evelyn Dick          229-291-3480        Haitibabemema1@aol.com

Evelyn’s book, Life on the Edge, “34 Years of Ministry in Haiti”, may be ordered by sending $15.00 plus $3.00 to Vine Ministry, PO Box 967, Goshen, IN.  46527

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Therefore, my dear brothers and sisters, stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain. I Corinthians 15:58

MAY 2017

This month’s newsletter is dedicated to our husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather & friend LeRoy Dick. Many of us remember his love for the Lord and his family, dedication to the ministry, and his wit and humor. He began working in Haiti in 1981 and later founded Vine Ministry. He went to his heavenly home May 11, 2005.

Lacoste, a small village in South Haiti, was hit by Hurricane Matthew, and had not received medical assistance for 6 months. We are very proud of Dr. Mirhiol St Amour for meeting this need as she organized a mobile medical team to Lacoste to bring Christ’s love and compassion to this community.

Members of the team were Dr. Herby Mesadieu, Dr Lise Beverly Jean Philippe, Dr. Mirhioll Sue St Amour, Nurse Marie Erline, Pastor Wilnes Louis, a driver and a helper. Pastor Wilnes Louis has family in this area. They drove 4 hours from Port-au-Prince and walked 30 minutes over rough terrain to reach the village. This group of dedicated individuals was able to serve 107 people with medicine, medical consultations, food and clothing.

A huge thank you to you, the friends of Vine Ministry, for financially supporting this project along with the members of Vine Church in Haiti.

The Staff

Medical Consultation

 

 

Food Distribution

 

A special congratulations and thank you goes to Trinity United Methodist Church of Indiana, PA. Three years ago they began building a new church building in LaVictoire. They worked alongside the people of this congregation creating lasting friendships.  Last March they returned to add walls to this foundation. All that was needed was to finish the balcony. This year Trinity United Methodist Church raised the remaining amount of $11,200. They will not travel to Haiti but have sent the funds to the church in LaVictoire where the congregation will complete it on their own. Praise God for Your supply.

Thank you for praying for Evelyn’s knee surgery. She had a partial knee replacement on April 3. It went very well.  Since then she has been involved in rehabilitation. Evelyn is well on the way to regaining full use of her new knee without the arthritic pain she had been experiencing.

We want to thank you all individually for your faithful prayer and support for this ministry to Haiti. Without you we could not continue in this important work.

Blessings in Jesus’ boundless love,

 

James Dick                         574-534-8325             Jimandjo.geo@yahoo.com

Evelyn Dick                       229-291-3480             Haitibabemema1@aol.com

*We will be sharing at the Bristolville Church of the Brethren in Bristolville, OH Sunday morning May 21.

**Please consider sponsoring a student this school year. The cost to sponsor one child is $360.00, and the donation can be processed through Network for Good. Thank you for your support!

APRIL 2017

Greetings,

Please pray with us as we plan and seek God for direction as to the next steps in the growth of the Clinic in Vine Church, Port-au-Prince Haiti. Your financial help is keeping it open three days a week and serving those who request help.  Medical care in Haiti is very different than what citizens in the United States are accustomed to. Following is a short example from the book Life on the Edge of LeRoy and Evelyn Dick’s experience with Haiti’s health care system.

“Very early one morning, our house boy, Gracis Leonel (who today works for our friends the Vervloets) who we had never met. She was obviously in anguish with labored breathing and swollen body. She could barely sit up. Gracis and his sister had brought her by tap-tap up the rough mountain road. After listening for a few minutes, we learned that she was 27, and given birth to a baby boy six weeks earlier, and had been sick for several days. As we prayed for her, we decided to take her to the clinic just down the road. In Haiti ambulance service as we know it is not available. So, even before breakfast, we put her in our car and LeRoy, myself, Gracis, Jesumeine (the sick cousin), and her sister headed down the narrow mountain road to the hospital in the village. The hospital only had one entrance, so LeRoy drove as close to the building as possible. From there, Gracis and Jesumeine’s sister carried her in since a wheelchair was not available. Gracis took care of the admission process. The medical staff admitted Jesumeine and began examining her. Each time they decided she needed something, Gracis came to LeRoy for money. “She needs oxygen…she needs a prescription…she needs an EKG…” In Haiti, nothing gets done until it is paid for up front. The following day, we returned to the hospital to locate the Doctor and learn what was causing Jesumeine’s problem. The Doctor took his time explaining that Jesusmeine had congestive heart failure, high blood pressure, and was anemic. She needed two units of blood. The procedure for obtaining blood for her transfusion had begun early that morning when Gracis arrived at the hospital with a cooler full of ice. There a hospital worker took Jesumeine’s blood sample and put it in the cooler. Gracis then had to take the blood, along with four blood donors to the Red Cross. They typed her blood and gave Gracis the transfusion blood to take back to the hospital- after the donors had given their blood. Jesumeine then received her transfusion.”

We are very grateful to God, Jesumeine’s baby, Steeven, has grown up. He is now in school being sponsored through Vine Ministry.

We are so thankful for all of you who gave specifically for the repair of the car $1094. We were in need of a flywheel including the clutch. The estimated cost was $4000. The car being a 2002 and a very limited diesel model, this price is reasonable.  It should soon be ready to go. Thank you.

Support Vine Ministry by shopping online at Smile.Amazon.com. Indicate Vine Ministry Inc. as your charity. Congratulations go to those have signed up on Amazon to support Vine Ministry. We recently received a check from Amazon going directly to Vine Ministry. Every bit helps to further benefit those in need in Haiti.

Thank you for your prayers and financial support to help Vine Church in Haiti and their outreach.

James Dick                         574-534-8325            Jimandjo.geo@yahoo.com

Evelyn Dick                       229-291-3480             Haitibabemema1@aol.com

Evelyn’s book, Life on the Edge, “34 Years of Ministry in Haiti”, may be ordered by sending $15.00 plus $3.00 to Vine Ministry, PO Box 967, Goshen, IN.  46527

Sign up for the e-mail version of our newsletter on our website http://www.vineministry.org and click on “Sign Up For Newsletters”.

 

MARCH 2017

There have been difficult times at Vine Church. A young mother, age 36 died this last month. She was a Medical Doctor, and left behind a daughter and husband. The husband is second in charge of the choirs at Vine Church. She probably died of cancer. As you know, the medical care in Haiti is not as advanced as in the US and other countries.

As I pray for this family I consider the Clinic project we have started here. Although it is small, it stands to have great impact on the church and the surrounding community. Step by step it will grow to fill the need for quality care in Port-au-Prince. Your support of this project makes it possible to continue to upgrade our clinic. As part of upgrading we are continuing to search for and purchase quality medical equipment.

We are very grateful to the groups and individuals who have helped with the cost of repairing our car in Haiti. Parts can now be purchased and the clutch/flywheel repaired. Good reliable transportation is very important in Haiti. This car has served us over the last 13 years and still has good miles left in it.

Evelyn’s knee replacement surgery has been delayed until April 3rd. The delay was due to surgeon’s schedule and not for any other reason. Mom goes to the gym several times a week to strengthen her knees prior to this surgery. Please pray for good health and a successful replacement.

This spring we are limited to the amount of traveling we can do. Usually we are able to make it to churches out East. Due to Evelyn’s knee recovery we will not make any long trips. BUT, if you are within a day’s travel of Goshen Indiana we are able to make the trip.

March, May, June and July are all possible times we can visit your church or group. Give me a call, 574-534-8325, and we can discuss the details.

 

Resting in His love,

 

James Dick                         574-534-8325            Jimandjo.geo@yahoo.com

 

Evelyn Dick                       229-291-3480            Haitibabemema1@aol.com

 

 

Evelyn’s book, Life on the Edge, “34 Years of Ministry in Haiti”, may be ordered by sending $15.00 plus $3.00 to Vine Ministry, PO Box 967, Goshen, IN.  46527

Or order securely on our website vineministry.org  by PayPal or credit card.

All proceeds from the sale of the book go to Vine Ministry.

Sign up for the e-mail version of our newsletter on our website http://www.vineministry.org and click on “Sign Up For Newsletters”.

Join us in praying more specifically for the needs of Vine Ministry and Haiti through “Prayer Support”. This also is found at vineministry.org by clicking on “Prayer Support

Support Vine Ministry by shopping online at Smile.Amazon.com. Indicate Vine Ministry Inc. as your charity.

FEBRUARY 2017

If you, then, though you are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father in heaven give good gifts to those who ask him!  Matthew 7:11

God is good and He cannot be anything other than good. Even in the middle of temptation and trial, His goodness is what we lean on to carry us through. Just like knowing a true earthly father will always care and protect his children, so does our heavenly Father care for and protect us.  

News in Haiti: the presidential election took place on November 20. Prayers were answered as there were no riots in the streets of Port-au-Prince. The new president, Jovenel Moise, will take office on February 7.

At the writing of this letter, a team from the Clinic is traveling to Southern Haiti, Cayes, to help those devastated by the Hurricane. We are looking forward to a report soon.

It has been 6 years since the earthquake in Haiti. We never want to forget those who lost their lives or were injured. It is estimated that around 300,000 died and the same number were injured with 1.5 million people displaced. Our prayers continue for blessing, prosperity and safety for this nation.

Our dear sister Marie St Amour continues in rehabilitation after her successful heart transplant last October. She and Pastor Joel St Amour are living in Michigan where she can be close to the hospital and Doctors providing her care. Please continue to pray for her and Pastor Joel.

Pastor Daniel Telfort continues as associate pastor at Vine Church working tirelessly in this growing congregation. Pastor Daniel gives praise to God that in this last year 72 came to Christ, 22 weddings were performed, 9 children were dedicated and 23 Christians joined the church by affiliation. Pastor Daniel continues to teach at the Seminary of Evangelical Theology of Port-au-Prince (STEP). This semester he is teaching the Old Testament Prophetic books, Evangelism and Philosophy of Religion. We are so grateful for his ongoing work of Bible translation. He is finishing 2 Kings and moving on to Chronicles.

We also praise God for a growing children’s department. Sister Merzula Jean and her team who teach about 100 children in Children’s Church.

Pastor Daniel has asked us to pray for several in Vine Church. Please pray for Sister Marie Feney whose mother passed away the end of December. Also, pray for Sister Francoise Leger who is the wife of the assistant choir director of the Central Choir at Vine Church. She has been sick for a long time and the doctors are not sure as to what the ailment is. Her family is not Christian and are encouraging her to seek the help of the witch doctor. Please pray the Lord show Himself powerful and mighty on their behalf.

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Electricity is very unpredictable in Haiti. Depending on one’s location, electricity is typically provided by the public utility company over the midnight hours. For this reason, Pastor Daniel and his family have been saving for a generator in their home. This is something with which you could help him if you so desire.

Our car in Haiti is also in need of repair which could cost $5000.

Thank you for your prayers and financial support for our brothers and sisters in Haiti for which you are making a significant difference in their lives.

James Dick                           574-534-8325           Jimandjo.geo@yahoo.com

Evelyn Dick                         229-291-3480           Haitibabemema1@aol.com

JANUARY 2017

“Righteous Father, though the world does not know you, I know you, and they know that you have sent me. I have made you known to them, and will continue to make you known in order that the love you have for me may be in them and that I myself may be in them.” Jn 17: 25-26

Love is not always seen or heard like we would like to see and hear it. Sometimes it has to be felt in the atmosphere. This photo is of the leaders of Vine Church the Sunday morning we attended this last August. The words spoken were not in English so I did not understand, but love was felt. This year, 2017, will be a year of seeing, hearing and feeling Love.

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There is still a great need for help in the southern area as many people are without homes and living necessities. A group of Doctors and individuals of Vine Church in Haiti were planning to go to Cayes in southern Haiti to help recovery efforts from Hurricane Matthew. Due to schedule changes, they are now planning to go in mid-January. Please keep them in your prayers as they plan and travel. Through your support of this mission, Vine Ministry is able to fund a significant part of this outreach. We look forward to sharing with you the good report this team will share with us when they return.

Evelyn traveled to North Carolina to visit her daughter Susan and Joe Busch. As she was looking toward a wonderful Christmas Celebration with family, Evelyn experienced intense stomach pain. Susan rushed her to the hospital where Doctors diagnosed pancreatitis and gall stones. She was in the hospital for five days as they treated the pancreatitis and removed her gall bladder. Surgery went well and Friday she was able to go home to Susan’s and enjoy Christmas as she had expected. We cannot thank you enough for your thoughts and prayers for Evelyn during this painful and difficult time.

Jim and Jo traveled to Kelowna British Columbia in Canada to have Christmas with two of their daughters and their families; Emily, Nathan and Ava, and Annaka and Leon. This was an exciting and joyous time. This was special for us as we have never celebrated Christmas in Canada with them.

Thank you so much for Christmas gifts and cards sent to Jim Jo and Evelyn this Season.

We are requesting your prayer support for Mom the third week in February. Evelyn will undergo partial knee replacement on her left knee. This is a common procedure but still requires extensive rehabilitation to fully recover. As a result, we will not be doing prolonged travel this spring. We may be able visit your group or church if you are within a day’s travel from Goshen, IN. If this will work for you, please give us a call to arrange a date and time.

Thank you abundantly for your prayers and financial support for the people of Haiti. May the Lord bless you and continue to expand your influence in this New Year ahead.

James Dick                           574-534-8325           Jimandjo.geo@yahoo.com

Evelyn Dick                         229-291-3480           Haitibabemema1@aol.com

Evelyn’s book, Life on the Edge, “34 Years of Ministry in Haiti”, may be ordered by sending $15.00 plus $3.00 to Vine Ministry, PO Box 967, Goshen, IN.  46527

Sign up for the e-mail version of our newsletter on our website http://www.vineministry.org and click on “Sign Up For Newsletters”.

Join us in praying more specifically for the needs of Vine Ministry and Haiti through

Prayer Support”. This is found at vineministry.org then clicking on “Prayer Support

Support Vine Ministry by shopping online at Smile.Amazon.com. Indicate Vine Ministry Inc. as your charity.

DECEMBER 2016

We are exceptionally grateful for this year as we come to the end of 2016. There have been numerous milestones that we can look to as land marks of our journey in this mission to Haiti.

In May, Jim took over the leadership of Vine Ministry. This has allowed Evelyn to be relieved of the day to day business of Vine Ministry. One of the first things we were able to do was travel to churches and present our vision. Your hospitality never ceased to be amazing.

In August we traveled to Haiti for our annual event of presenting each student and their parents your support to attend school for another year. 155 students are attending school this year due to the gracious giving of 110 groups and individuals.

One parent wrote a very nice card expressing appreciation for sending his children to school.

It is written in French and is translated:

Thank you very much for the great service you gave me. May God bless you abundantly.
This beautiful attention was very appreciated. Decidedly, you are one of those people who help make this world a better place to live.santiague-f-mariano-2

We had a wonderful meeting with our Board Members reviewing this last year and planning for the future. We do have our work cut out this next year. We will continue to expand the Clinic. We will also be developing plans for a school.

Please extend a warm welcome to our new Board Members Linda Seals, Daniel King and Gloria King. Gary Whitfield and Bill Seals will continue another term. Buddy Fitzgerald, Mary Dick, Greg Golden, Janet Elliot and Evelyn Dick are the rest of the Board. Their warmth and energy is contagious.

We are happy to know that a group of Doctors and some of the youth are traveling to Cayes. This town was recently hit by the hurricane Mathew. Pastor Wilnes has some family in this area. They will be offering help where ever needed. You are helping this team financially through Vine Ministry. Thank you for your generous support to Vine Ministry to continue to enable Vine Church to help those in need.

We are especially thankful for the gift from the Judy and Tucker Maxwell Fund of the Franklin County Foundation, a regional foundation of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities, on behalf of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Maxwell, Jr.

We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and may all of your families be blessed in this Season. Thank you for praying for us and Haiti faithfully through the year and supporting financially.

James Dick                           574-534-8325           Jimandjo.geo@yahoo.com

Evelyn Dick                         229-291-3480           Haitibabemema1@aol.com

Evelyn’s book, Life on the Edge, “34 Years of Ministry in Haiti”, may be ordered by sending $15.00 plus $3.00 to Vine Ministry, PO Box 967, Goshen, IN.  46527

Or order securely on our website vineministry.org  by PayPal or credit card.  

All proceeds from the sale of the book go to Vine Ministry.

Sign up for the e-mail version of our newsletter on our website http://www.vineministry.org and click on “Sign Up For Newsletters”.

Join us in praying more specifically for the needs of Vine Ministry and Haiti through “Prayer Support”. This also is found at vineministry.org by clicking on “Prayer Support

Support Vine Ministry by holiday shopping online at Smile.Amazon.com. Indicate Vine Ministry Inc. as your charity.