08 December 2012

Educate Haiti for Christ with Eben-Ezer Mission

 
Our ministry, Educating Generations for Christ, is partnering with Eben-Ezer Mission and the Christian University of Haiti (Université Chrétienne d’Haïti or UCH), to implement Principle Approach education in the university and their schools. Eben-Ezer Mission is an indigenous ministry pioneering Christian education in Haiti, and through their network of schools, co-ops, churches, and community organizations, has a tremendous influence across the nation. God has now positioned them to implement Principle Approach education in their schools and university, and then to reach out and train Christian teachers all over Haiti to follow their lead and lay a solid Biblical foundation for the next generation and beyond. “Principle Approach education is the historic method of Biblical reasoning that makes the truths and principles of God’s Word the basis of every subject in the school curriculum. We are amazed at the level of passion and commitment these Eben-Ezer Mission leaders have displayed against all odds, as they trust God to use Christian education to lay a new foundation upon Christ and His Word for their university, their schools, and for schools all over Haiti. But much help is needed!

Friberg's with Educators from Haiti
JOSIAH FRIBERG'S NEW JOB DESCRIPTION?
Josiah has been appointed by Eben-Ezer Mission to oversee all educational training and professional development of the faculty and staff for the Christian University of Haiti and Eben-Ezer Schools. Under Josiah’s leadership, UCH is now being restructured and transformed into a Principle Approach based Christian university that will offer three degree programs in 2013: Teaching & Education, Bible & Theology, and Administration & Management. In time, five other degree programs will be added: engineering, agronomy, communications, music & arts, and medicine. Josiah is responsible for laying the foundation of a Christian philosophy and methodology of education and for establishing the first Christian Teachers’ College in Haiti. The Teachers’ College will train teachers for all of Eben-Ezer’s schools, as well as teachers from all districts of the country.  

HELP IS NEEDED FOR THIS EDUCATION MISSION
The poverty of Haiti is well known and recently exacerbated by earthquakes and hurricanes. Christians long to see Haiti prosper and enjoy civil liberty, but the only lasting help for Haiti is to establish Biblical principles of life and self-government in the hearts of the next generation. Would you help send the Friberg family to Haiti to educate and disciple Haiti into a Christian nation by making a contribution to this ministry? Finances are needed for airline tickets, moving expenses, shipping a container and a vehicle, living expenses, family needs, and educational training materials. Material supplies are also needed. By helping send the Fribergs to train leaders in Christian education, you will be helping to lay the foundation for a new Christian Haiti of tomorrow. We know the best way to disciple a nation is through the education of its children. Teaching Biblical principles is the key to bringing Haiti out of its impoverished state and into the full liberty of Christ. Help the Fribergs make this possible!
 
SHORT-TERM MISSION WORKERS & TEAMS NEEDED
Eben-Ezer Mission was founded in 1969 by Pastor Michel Morisset in Gonaives. It is one of the oldest indigenous Protestant mission organizations in Haiti whose broad influence has reached across the nation for 43 year. Its ministries include the Christian University of Haiti, several Christian schools, a vocational school, a national education network, several churches, a Christian hospital, a Christian Credit Union Co-op, an agricultural network, an orphanage, etc. Eben-Ezer Mission pioneered the first Christian secondary school in Gonaives and established the first Christian university in Haiti. Would you come as a short-term worker to help serve God with us?
 

WE'RE RECRUITING CHRISTIAN PROFESSORS TO TEACH AT UCH 
We are now recruiting godly Christian professors for UCH who have a strong Biblical worldview and solid Christian character, who are trained or willing to be trained in Principle Approach education, who are experienced teachers with a passion for teaching and for truth, and who are willing to temporarily lay down their lives to serve the Lord in Haiti where He is transforming a nation for His glory. Retired, self-supporting, experienced, and successful professionals with graduate degrees in their field of expertise would be highly valued.


If you would like to partner with us to disciple and educate Haiti’s next generation for Christ, donations can be sent to:
Educating Generations for Christ,
P.O. Box 1110, Moravian Falls, NC  28654 
Donations can also be made online at our ministry website: www.educateforchrist.org
 


Thank you for visiting my blog on of . This is asking you to check back often for my most recent postings on , , , , and the . Consider adding my RSS FEED so you can keep up to date on godly . This article was posted by Josiah Friberg of , on his Christian Education blog: www.alleducationisreligious.blogspot.com.

4 comments:

  1. Teaching our kids about christian education at a young age will enable them to grow to good mannered and compassionate individuals.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Do you know How To Be a Primary Teacher? there are many guidelines you can get in the Internet when you surf.But no one can give right idea about this.I got this website.In here there are many guidelines are given.May be you can get right idea.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Almost nothing gets me hot under the collar faster than the subject of education. While I excelled in school, my brother struggled intensely, eventually dropping out during his sophomore year. He has yet to get his GED, convinced that he isn't smart enough to pass the tests. I can't stand that. Traditional modes of learning and evaluation work well for those who can easily memorize facts and spit them out onto paper, but what about those whose minds don't work that way?

    ReplyDelete
  4. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete

I would love to hear your comments. Please share your thoughts with me in a respectful manner. Thanks:)