The turbo charger, a part on the generator that powers the church, school and clinic at Mission of Hope ...
Turbo Charger in Haiti
The turbo charger, a part on the generator tha...2017-06-07 07:38:21
See the Bus!
In Green, at southeast intersection of Greensb...2017-06-07 07:35:03
Apply for JAARS Trip Now
A trip to JAARS is scheduled October 22-28. ...2017-05-24 15:10:26
Haiti Bus Has Arrived!
Fred & Sandy flew to Minneapolis, rented a...2017-05-24 15:04:49
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Fred & Sandy Muffet
The turbo charger, a part on the generator that powers the church, school and clinic at Mission of Hope International in Grand Goave, Haiti, went bad. MOHI contacted Mission USA for assistance. Soon, the correct turbo charger was found and was shipped to the MOHI United States base. Soon after that, someone traveling to Haiti took it with them. It was installed recently. (The shiny part) Power is on! See a video on the Mission USA Facebook Page.
In Green, at southeast intersection of Greensburg and Massillon roads. There is a parking lot there where you can pull in and walk around it.
A trip to JAARS is scheduled October 22-28. Jungle Aviation and Radio Service partners with Wycliffe Bible Translators to bring the Word of God to thousands of people in as many languages. Complete a Mission Trip Application now to secure a spot on the team. Carpentry and interior painting will be the main focus. This is a great week of service and learning more about missions at the JAARS facility. $500 covers transportation, meals and lodging; JAARS is located in Waxhaw, North Carolina.
Fred & Sandy flew to Minneapolis, rented a car to drive to Duluth. Monday morning they purchased the bus and began the two-day journey back to Akron. The bus exceeded their expectations. It ran great all the way home. The sellers even threw in a spare tire and a gallon of oil! About $20,000 needs to be raised before it can continue its journey to Haiti. More details coming soon!
A new fryer and menu board has been added to the Food Trailer. The next Farmer’s Market that you can find the Mission USA Food Trailer at will be June 6, 3:30-6:30. Stop by to purchase dinner to support Mission USA!
Mission USA has purchased this bus for Haiti. Mission of Hope International will be the recipient later this year. Read more by clicking on the tab labeled, “Haiti Missionary Bus.”
Welcome Tim Stiles! We are so grateful for the Mission USA Board members. They help keep us grounded and support the many endeavors that Mission USA performs in helping others. Some of the Board members have been with us since the beginning in 2009. The Board helps us to bring awareness, raise money and offer wisdom to get things done more efficiently. Please join us in welcoming Tim Stiles to the Mission USA Board. Tim, and his wife Tammy, have been on many mission trips and projects with Mission USA and we are thrilled to have them join the family. Many thanks goes to other Board members and their wives: Todd McKenney, Chairman (Bethany); Clint Robbins (Suzanne); Don Parham (Bobbie); Jim Bright (Kathie); and Bill Arrant (Yvonne).
Hot dogs, chili cheesesteak fries, sno kones and more will be offered at the Farmer’s Market on several Tuesdays throughout the summer — 3:30-7:30 at Central Park in Green. Just another way for Mission USA to create awareness of the ministries we are involved in, shine a light for Jesus and sell food for future ministry! Stop by to say hello and support Mission USA! If you would like to volunteer to help cook, serve or smile, give us a call!
On Father’s Day, June 18, Mission USA will be providing a pancake and sausage breakfast to about 350-400 people before their annual Worship in the Lawn service. Can you serve the Lord by making batter, flipping pancakes, assembling meals or pouring juice for their guests? Times of service would be 8:00 (Arrival, set up, then serve starting at 9:00) until about 10:20 (end meal). We may stay for their service at 10:30 and clean up afterwards. If you are available, please contact us at FMuffet@aol.com or call Sandy at 330-608-1027.
Join a team October 22-28 heading to JAARS in Waxhaw, North Carolina for an inspirational week of service, education and meeting retired and current missionaries. We leave on a Sunday morning and return the following Saturday. It’s about an 8-hour drive, give or take an hour for bathroom and fuel breaks. Two museums are on site and a tour of the facility is provided the first morning. There are nice apartments to stay in — private/semi-private. All bathrooms/showers provide privacy. Meals are provided by the team on site. Usually on Wednesdays, we travel to Charlotte to serve at a homeless shelter and afterwards visit the Billy Graham Museum before having dinner out at a restaurant. Cost is $XXX which covers transportation there and back in vans, lodging and meals at JAARS. Looking for experienced painters and carpenters for our week of service. Interested? Email us at FMuffet@aol.com or call Sandy at 330-608-1027.