If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land. 2 Chronicles 7: 14 (NIV)
Then Jesus said, “Did I not tell you that if you believe, you will see the glory of God?” John 11: 40 (NIV)
On February 7 every year, the Movement of Prayer for Haiti shall hold a National Day of Pardon and Reconciliation. All christians and churches will be encouraged to join by dedicating part of their services on or around this date to Pardon and Reconciliation.
Parameters of the
Movement of Prayer for Haiti
The Movement of Prayer for Haiti provides spiritual support for Haiti. It is non-denominational. It aims at uniting Haitian citizens and Haiti lovers in a spiritual mobilization to bring Haiti closer to the Creator while promoting appreciation for and positive thinking about the country.
Structure of the Movement of Prayer for Haiti
The Movement of Prayer for Haiti may comprise a great multitude of Groups of Prayer of up to 12 members aiming to intercede before God in favor of Haiti. The nucleus or first Group of Prayer is Group A, Nehemiah.
Model Agenda of the Movement of Prayer for Haiti
1- Opening remarks and welcome
2- Opening prayer
3- Our motto: We uplift Haiti to you o God and request grace, blessings and healing upon our country. Help us to appreciate and seek the good of this land and its people.
4- Three to five minutes meditation based on the theme of the week.
5- Scripture reading: 2 Chronicles 7:14 and John 11:40
6- One prayer or two for Haiti
7- Closing remarks and benediction
Fichier PowerPoint courtoisie de l'Ing Ernst Fleuranvil du Groupe Gédéon: http://0xb.e71.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Modele-de-programme-pour-la-Session-de-Priere-pour-Haiti.pptx
Register your Group of Prayer for Haiti
I have enjoyed many benefits from my engagement in a permanent movement of prayer for Haiti, including:
1. I have won new friends and revived old friendships. Praying for Haiti does create a fraternity through Christ.
2. I have experienced spiritual upliftment as the sessions are to the point, based on an effective agenda comprising prayers, Bible reading, meditation on a theme.
3. I understand better that to transform Haiti, l need to start with myself. In addition to living a better life, I must love and serve my family and people in my circle of influence to create waves of culture change that in time will reach every compatriot. Self transformation equates to taking responsibility for nation transformation.
4. While I focus on interceding for my land and my people, all complaining and commenting on bad news recedes and makes place for hope, appreciation and positive thoughts.
5. I realize more clearly that prayer begets action, service and a spirit of generosity. We have had opportunities to support ideas and projects with potential to make Haiti a better place.
I believe that the Movement of Prayer for Haiti will mobilize thousands, even millions of intercessors, in search of the best for our land.
When I was approached, a couple of months ago, by my brother Jean Ricot Dormeus to join this important movement of prayer, which later created Nehemiah Prays for Haiti, I felt that it was a good and timely opportunity to add my voice to those countrymen and women who are imploring God’s mercy upon our beloved country, and to make a contribution as a believer.
As a member of Nehemiah Prays for Haiti, I feel more compelled to pray for a change of the living conditions in our country and its development. Being a member of Nehemiah Prays for Haiti has aIso granted me the opportunity to meet, though virtually, other committed brothers and sisters who believe in another Haiti, and are willing to bring their contribution to this process through prayers.
I would like to take advantage of this forum to thank Ambassador Dormeus for listening to God’s voice to give birth to such a commendable initiative and his invitation to be part of this great movement of prayer for Haiti. I also would like to encourage my fellow brothers and sisters of Nehemiah and Joshua to continue to intercede for our country. Let us work on the footsteps of Nehemiah in seeking God’s grace for the rebuilding of our nation.
Peace and grace of the Lord be with us!!!
My affiliation also added another dimension to my way of praying. All I am doing is glorifying my God and thanking you also dear coordinators for your dynamism and dedication. Let us be determined and patient because God will make remarkable feats in favor of our country. Let us remain united and always hold on to the Vine which is Jesus Christ.
Training Course on the
Movement of Prayer for Haiti
Registry of the Groups of Prayer for Haiti
|Name of the Group of Prayer||Location (areas or countries where the members live)||Number of members||Day and time of Prayer session
|Nehemiah||Haiti, Guyana, United States, Canada||13||Saturday, 4:00 pm|
|Naomi||Haiti, US||10||Sunday, 7:00 pm|
|Joshua||Haiti, US, Canada||13||Saturday, 5:30 pm|
|Gedeon||Haiti, USA, Canada||10||Sunday, 6:00 pm|
|Daniel||US, France||7||Saturday, 2:30 pm|
|Timothy||Haiti, Guyana, USA, Brazil||16||Saturday, 7:00 pm|
|Deborah||Haiti, Canada||7||Saturday, 6:00 pm|
|Moses||Canada||4||Friday, 7:30 pm|
|Simeon||Haiti, Guyana||8||Saturday, 8:00 pm|
|Job||USA||8||Tuesday, 7:00 pm|