Noelson and Edna are Haitian immigrants. They discovered that most Haitian churches in their community worshipped only in Haitian Creole. “Everything in the churches was done for adults, whether the kids can speak Creole or not,” Noelson says. “So, we started Bible study in English with our kids at home.”
When other Haitian families learned what the Cherys were doing, they asked to join them. “It wasn’t our plan, but we couldn’t say no,” Edna says. “And soon, our street was filled with cars.”
Now, they’ve planted a Haitian church that’s making Jesus known and specifically reaching the younger generations. “The Lord has blown my mind,” Noelson says. “Despite our busy lives and careers, nothing excites us more than this ministry.”
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