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Winter Newsletter

All I want for Christmas is a roof that doesn’t leak!! Not for me, but for those in our mission community as we continue to rebuild after the devastation of Hurricane Ian back in late September. We’ve made GREAT progress - thanks to wonderful people like you who have been so generous - as we

As far as the eye can see…

As far as the eye can see… If you ask any of the people who have joined a Mission Possible mission trip, a soul-stirring moment of each trip is a visit to ‘tin city.’ They will tell you that when you stand by the river bank you see tin houses/shacks for miles up and down

Update on Hurricane Fiona

We’ve been in communication with our brothers and sisters in Higuey all day. Hurricane Fiona hit our communities very hard overnight last night. Fortunately, everyone is safe and no one is injured, Gracias a Dios – Thank you God. They were able to take shelter in the Community Centers that we have built. God bless

Hello! Winter Newsletter 2019

HELLO! It’s a simple word for us to say. In our mission community, “hello” and “how are you?” are the first steps out of poverty and a path to a better life. Each year the Dominican Republic hosts ten million tourists. Most of them are American and visit resorts forty minutes from Higuey (the home

A Christmas Gift

This Christmas, please consider a gift to help us continue to bring hope and the path for a better life to those we serve in the mission. Your generous gift will help fund English lessons and new homes for those we care for and serve. Our generous Board of Trustees has personally pledged $5,000 to

Building community: new homes, baseball field rise in Dominican Republic, thanks to Mission Possible

What began in 2006 as a mission trip to rebuild a poor community -- Higuey, in the Dominican Republic -- that was devastated by a hurricane has evolved into an ongoing community-building ministry. St. Ambrose Parish in Brunswick, led by its pastor, Father Bob Stec, organized the first trip. For several years, more than 150

The Relief in Being Wrong

by Joe Ertle, missionary As our two teams of Mission Possible slowly settles back into life here at home, a number of missionaries took the chance to reflect on the many blessings and joys they have experienced here at home and while in the Dominican Republic. A common feeling amongst the missionaries was the extreme

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