God’s Planet for Haiti

Helping the people of Haiti

 

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Our Current Ministries:

Education

Helping to educate Haiti’s future.
God's Planet for Haiti Prison Ministry

Prison Ministry

Seeking to save the lost in Haiti’s prisons.
Pastor's Conference

Pastor's Conference

Equipping Pastors in Haiti with the resources they need to preach the Gospel.

Our Story:

God’s Planet for Haiti (GP4H) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization based in Maryville, Tennessee and received a charter from the State of Tennessee in March of 2010. GP4H is also recognized in Haiti as an international non-profit organization. Our mission is to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to the Haitian people and to meet the needs of the children through education.

Our original goal was to start a Christian school in Marmont, Hinche, Haiti that will increase in size each year one-grade level at a time. To create a vocational program for students as they get older that will train them in skills they will need as adults. To teach these children about agriculture, plumbing, electricity, sewing, computer skills and other life skills that will help them to thrive in Haiti as the country’s economy grows and the country rebuilds. We also believe as God says in Proverbs 22:6, “Train up a child in the way he should go, even when he is old, he will not depart from it.” We pray that as Haiti recovers and rebuilds, the children will be equipped to lead their country in a better direction for the future. Teaching Christ’s example to show them the importance of giving and helping others, we pray that as adults they will continue in this pattern of living that will glorify God.

 

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Call: 865-257-7680 or Submit form below

Our Staff:

Jemps

Jemps

Director

Executive Director and Founder, Jemps Maignan became a U.S. citizen on August 26, 2011 and resides in Maryville, TN. Jemps realized a calling on his life to help educate the Haitian people and to bring them the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He travels periodically to Haiti to oversee the operations of the school. While in the U.S. he works odd jobs mostly in remodeling to support him. All funds raised by GP4H are used strictly in the ministry to pay the teachers and purchase food and school supplies.