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Adoration Centre

Adoration Christian Centre is a non-profit community centre that seeks to serve the community by providing help to at-risk families.

Our goals are to alleviate some of the suffering that is so prevalent in Haiti, and to be an agent of development, growth and healing. Our main focus is to provide education for the poorest of the poor, to equip them to move from a position of dependence to self-sufficiency.

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Adoration School

Adoration Christian School seeks to provide an opportunity for at-risk, impoverished children and youth, offering a quality, Christian education, preparing them so they can impact their churches, their communities, and the world for the glory of Jesus Christ.

This is our goal: learning for serving! The end goal of their education is that the students would serve with the gifts and talents the Lord has given them; serve their families, their churches, their communities, those in need, and the world.

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Thanks to Word & Deed North America 's generous donors, Adoration staff and students have been able to assemble relief packages for 135 families. These packages are being distributed to the extended families of the Adoration community who have been affected by Hurricane Matthew. Although a small gesture, we pray that it may bring encouragement in a hard and desperate time. ...

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Hurricane Matthew Update:
Hurricane Matthew caused incredible amounts of destruction in the West of Haiti, passing through places like Dame Marie, Jeremie, Les Cayes and others. We lift up these places and the people there in prayer as we know they are going through an incredibly difficult time. We are thankful that the affects of Matthew were not felt as strongly in Port-au-Prince as we were originally preparing for worse conditions. Hurricane Matthew headed straight North, which protected parts of the city, and we only received the outer fringes of Matthew. We had rain most of the day yesterday, and throughout the night.
Today, in Port au Prince it is overcast with the sun breaking through. Thankfully, the rain has stopped.
The government has closed all public schools until Monday, due to the hurricane, and as Elections are scheduled to take place this weekend as well.
Thank you for your prayers and concern. Please continue to pray for the people affected by the hurricane; Matthew was very destructive and so much was lost.
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