Has God gifted you with the ability to teach about doing business God’s way? Are you passionate about seeing the people of Haiti launch sustainable, profitable, God-honoring businesses in their own country? 

If so, we would like you to join our team of Sustainable Missionaries going to Haiti in March!  Read a few of their testimonies below of how teaching BE overseas has impacted each of them:

Tami Firman 

Tammy Firman

Tammy Firman

For me. teaching BE in Haiti has been immensely rewarding and enriching.  Knowing the desperate need for this kind of training in Haiti, and seeing the hunger of the students has made me incredibly grateful to God for the opportunity to be a part of this program.  We have been given so much, and there is nothing quite like being used by God to give back some of what we’ve been blessed with.  Haiti is at a critical juncture:  Will it become a welfare state, forever crippled by a handout mentality that waits for outside aid to rescue them?  Will corruption & poverty prevail? Will the majority continue to see themselves as helpless and hopeless? Or will they rise up in dignity, labor, sacrifice, vision and hard work to become the people God created them to be?  I’m committed to helping them become the latter, and BE is the tool they need.  I encourage you to partner with us and make the same kind of investment – you’ll not regret it.  They need our help, but they need it in a way that equips and releases them – please, join with me to make that happen.

Nancy Russell

Nancy Russell

Nancy Russell

In the last 3 years, I have visited Haiti numerous times with the end goal of encouraging and equipping Haitians. I was a part of Leadership workshops for pastors and various other conferences for women and children. After meeting Patrice, I realized that launching BE into Haiti was a tailor-made-fit for what I was already doing. Teaching BE in Haiti has been life altering and humbling. I have heard story after story from the Haitian students on how BE has impacted their current businesses or turned their Business ideas into a reality.  Haitians desire to be self-sufficient and self-sustaining. They view BE as a change agent and a way to empower, train and equip them with employable job skills.

 

Scott Landis

Scott Landis

Scott Landis

When I discovered BE it completely changed the way I view the world around me. After I completed the coursework I had to know more and that led me to becoming a BE teacher. As a teacher and coach, I wanted to share what I learned with everyone I knew; when the opportunity arose to be a part of bringing BE to Haiti I knew I had to join. I support Haiti because I wanted to be a part of something bigger then myself. I’ve seen what BE has done for other countries and I wanted to be apart of bringing that to Haiti and the rest of the world. Going to Haiti gave me life experiences I could never have imagined and solidified that this is what I want to do for the rest of my life.

 

What is a Sustainable Missionary?

The Sustainable Missionary works in partnership with the Director of International Development to build international country programs that meet the strategic goals of NPIM.  The Sustainable Missionary is assigned a specific Country Partner based on their interest in a country and with the approval of the Country Partner.  The Sustainable Missionary works in-country on short or long term basis providing support that may include:

  • On the ground training support for classes, seminars, and Nehemiah Vision Trips
  • Certifying Teachers
  • Meet with local pastors and influential business leaders
  • Ensure profitability and  sustainability of program
  • May also be Sustainable Coach
  • Provides regular reports and updates to the Director of International Development

The Sustainable Missionary raises their own monetary support for travel and lodging.

  • Trip details:  March 9-17th
  • Travel to three cities in Haiti:  Port-au-Prince, Cap-Haitian, and Pignon (Each teacher is responsible to pay or fundraise for their own travel)

If you are interested in joining a team of teachers called to this mission, please email debra@nehemiahproject.org with the following information:

  • I would like to be contacted with more information regarding this opportunity to join the team in March!
  • I can’t travel but I want to pray for the team traveling
  • I can’t travel but I’m interested in participating in future trips
  • Country interested in traveling to: _________________________________________________

If you are interested and have additional questions, please contact Debra Schlaht at debra@nehemiahproject.org or 877-916-1180.