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mission & vision

Church mission: To help people become fully devoted followers of Christ, making disciple of Christ, to reach up, reach out, and reach in, love God and his people, to revive believers, renew culture and to connect the unconnected to Christ and together pursue full devotion to Him.

MOO Vision: Kite lumière BonDieu révèle tout fenoua et iniquité ki cache nan ke nou ak nan ke voisin nou.

 

MOO Vision in English: Let the light of God reveal all the darkness and iniquity (sins) that hide in your heart and in your neighbors’.

 

Scripture Reference: “For You save an afflicted and humble people, But bring down those [arrogant fools] with haughty eyes. For You cause my lamp to be lighted and to shine; The LORD my God illumines my darkness. For by You I can crush a troop, And by my God I can leap over a wall.” ‭‭Psalms‬ ‭18:27-29‬ ‭AMP

our staff:
Mount of Olives Church Inc. (MOOCI), is a non-profit organization that is the U.S. based organization for Mont des Olivers L'eglise de Dieu (Mount of Olives Church), a church established on December 21, 2008, in Barlatier, Haiti. 
MOOCI is comprised of members based in the U.S. that provide Christian outreach, services, and funds to the Mount of Olives Church in Haiti, which is managed by a local church staff.
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Micheline and Paul St. Julien

President and Vice President, 2015

Micheline St. Julien is the president of MOOCI and the lead pastor of the Mont des Oliviers Church in Barlatier, Haiti.  

She is an ordained and licensed minister under A.L. Downing Ministries and possesses a Masters in Christian Counseling. 

Paul St. Julien is the Vice President of MOOCI and the Senior Manager overseeing construction initiatives for Mount of Olives. 

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Liliane Delva
Luny Delva

Secretary and Acting Treasurer, 2015

Liliane is responsible for  MOO  correspondences and financial  documents. She is a dedicated member of MOO and the global secretary for All About Fitness, Inc.  As an ordained minister, she is also an Assistant Director of Overseas Ministries for Living Faith Christian Center. She holds a Masters Degree in Human Resources and History.

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Social Media Coordinator, 2015

Luny is also the Website manager for MOOCI and has participated, worked and advised non-profits for 5 years.  Luny is currently in the process of becoming a licensed and ordained minister to improve her knowledge of theology, Christian principles and teachings. Luny holds a Masters Degree in Strategic Studies.

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affiliated partners:
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Living Faith Christian Center
All About Fitness, Inc
Force of Life-Fayetteville

Led by Bishop A.L. Downing

www.aldowningministries.org

Led by Christopher D. Webb

www.allaboutfitnessfamily.org

Led by Pastors Chris and Demetria Davis

www.folfayetteville.org

brief history of haiti

Located in the Caribbean, Haiti occupies the western third of the island of Hispaniola, with the Dominican Republic in the eastern two-thirds. With an area of about 10,714 square miles, Haiti is approximately the size of the state of Maryland. The major cities are: Cap-Haïtien, Jérémie, Les Cayes, Hinche, Gonaïves, and Jacmel. Haiti has two official languages: Haitian Creole and French.

When Columbus landed in the island of Hispaniola on December 6, 1492, he found a kingdom ruled by a cacique, or Taino Indian chief. After the French arrived in the seventeenth century to continue European exploration and exploitation in the Western Hemisphere, the indigenous population was largely exterminated. As a result, Africans (primarily from West Africa) were imported as slave labor to produce raw goods for international commerce. Considered France’s richest colony in the eighteenth century, Haiti was known as “the pearl of the Antilles.” Resisting their exploitation, Haitians revolted against the French from 1791-1804. One of the most important outcomes of this revolution was that it forced Napoleon Bonaparte to sell Louisiana to the U.S. in 1803, resulting in a major territorial expansion of the United States. When Haitians took their independence in 1804, they changed their colonial name from Saint Domingue (the name given by the French) to its Taino name of Haiti, or Ayiti in Kreyòl. 

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