On this National Day of Prayer, we ask that you pray for GoServ Global.
Pray for wisdom and strength for our leaders here in the US and for our national leaders in Haiti, India, Peru, and Guatemala.
Pray for resources to meet needs and for volunteers to step up to lead teams, raise funds, and share their area of expertise to help our nonprofit.
Above all, pray that those we serve and serve alongside be world changers transformed through Jesus!
ASL (Action to Saving Lives) is one of our many ministries in Haiti. ASL reaches boys who struggle to survive on the streets by providing meals, showers, education, and the love of Jesus. Learn more below!
To support ASL, visit http://goservglobal.org/give, Choose Haiti Projects in the dropdown, Check the box for Additional Instructions, and Write ASL.
In celebration of the release of Rivenson Dige‘s album, we’ll be exclusively FREE streaming one new song from his debut album every day on SoundCloud for the next 10 days before it is available on iTunes! We are beyond excited for you to hear these worship songs from Haiti!
We also want to invite each of you to be a part of something special with us over these next 10 days. As we lead up to the album release, we realize prayer is essential for this album to be all it can be. So much work has already been done. Months of preparation, effort, and energy have been invested. Many generous people have come alongside us to support and fund this project. But if we want to split the sky and see things shift on earth, we must kneel before our Father and lift our voices to heaven in prayer.
“Backed by prayer and His power, we can accomplish the unthinkable.”
– Jim Cymbala
Our team is already praying and has been for months. But now’s the time for everyone to come together in faith and prayer as we send this album out into the world. Will you join us? We believe this music has enormous potential to reach the people of Haiti with the Gospel message, and we are praying the Holy Spirit will take this music even beyond the borders of Haiti to people all around the world who know Haitian Creole.
Each day as we introduce a new song, we’ll also include a prayer that we’re asking you all to pray. Let’s cover this album in prayer as we send this music out into the world!
Calling all coffee-lovers …
Traditionally Roasted Haitian Coffee is now available at Bamboula Coffee Company. 100% of profits go to help GoServ Global’s Haiti projects. GoServ Global Ambassadors started this project and we couldn’t be more excited to announce it to you!
Coffee is a medium/dark roast blend, roasted with traditional Haitian technique, similar to the coffee served at the Bamboula Beach House in Haiti. Future goal is to have the coffee roasted, packaged, labeled, and boxed at the Consolation Center’s trades class developing skills and creating jobs for the older orphans. Bamboula Coffee would then distribute the coffee back in the states. Please support this important ministry. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for volume purchases for your fund raising projects. Coffee availability may be limited at this point. Please visit @BamboulaCoffeeCompany on Facebook for updates.
We are so thankful for a couple upcoming fundraisers that will benefit GoServ Global! Both of these events are organized by students!
Hoops for Haiti 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament: Organized by a group of 8th graders from the Harlan Community School District! Click on the link below for more info. Deadline is March 24th for the April 1st Tournament.
3rd Annual SIFT Club 5K: Organized by the Sioux Central High School SIFT Club (Students Inspiring Future Teachers). Learn more at the link below for the April 30th event. A Safe T Home® will also be set up on race day.
Another great Sunday in Haiti. The highlight of the day was dedicating a new project in Le Breeze. Through a series of events that can only be attributed to the Lord putting all of this together, we were able to build Safe T Homes to replace homes destroyed from Hurricane Matthew. There aren’t words to describe the gratitude of those receiving homes. More importantly there were several lives transformed for eternity. It is so exciting to watch the Lord work in ways my mind would think impossible. We have a God that loves to work in impossible ways! –Ken DeYoung