Join us for Global Prayer for Haiti

People Around the Whole World Coming Together to Pray to God for the Re-birth of Haiti“

The current situation in Haiti reveals the challenges our nation faces. Gang violence is escalating, and political tensions persist. However, amidst these trials, there are beacons of hope that shine brightly.

Reasons to Pray for Haiti

God demands it:

    •  “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land” II Chronicles 7:14 (NIV)

    • Children are not able to go to school safely.

    • Nowadays, hundreds of gangs are raping women and children, kidnapping and killing law-abiding citizens.

    • Freedom for people to go to church and worship with peace of mind.

    • 4.9 million Haitians on the brink of severe famine

    • For over 200 years, Haiti has been stuck in poverty, insecurity, and despair.

    • Only God in His power is able to usher in the re-birth of Haiti.


A Global Gathering of Hearts: On September 23, 2023, a day of profound significance unfolded as AMI Haiti, in partnership with the Beraca Seventh-day Adventist Church, hosted a "Day of Prayer" that brought our community together in faith, hope, and unity. This day will be remembered as a powerful testament to the strength of our collective spirit.

Global Day of Prayer

Youth-Led Worship: The event began with a vibrant and spiritually uplifting praise and worship session led by the dynamic youth of Beraca. Their enthusiastic voices and heartfelt melodies enveloped the congregation, creating an atmosphere of worship that touched every heart in attendance.


Five Seasons of Prayer: Throughout the day, we were blessed with five sacred seasons of prayer, guided by Haitians representing various organizations. The heartfelt prayers, especially those from the youth of Haiti, resonated deeply and reminded us of the resilience and unwavering faith of the younger generation. These moments of communion allowed us to draw closer to God and to each other.

Keynote Address by Dr. Agniel Samson: A highlight of the day was the keynote address delivered by the esteemed Dr. Agniel Samson of Oakwood University. His sermon, titled “KOTE CATHERINE FLON,” captivated our hearts and minds, leaving an indelible mark on our souls.

“Remove the Elements of Discord – A Lesson from Dessalines”: Dr. Samson’s sermon delved into a pivotal moment in Haitian history, a lesson we must carry forward. He recounted how, during the congress in Archaie, Dessalines, driven by a deep patriotic zeal, took a courageous step. He asked two soldiers to hold the French flag, which in the eyes of our ancestors represented the blacks, whites, and mulattos—the different strata of our society. In one powerful move, Dessalines removed the element of discord by cutting out the white from the French flag, uniting the blue and the red. This act symbolized the imperative to remove divisive elements causing division in our midst—a challenge we continue to face today.