Baptist Haiti Mission (BHM) was founded by a U.S. missionary, John Turnbull in 1943. Wallace Turnbull, his son and his wife Eleanor, became leaders alongside John as BHM matured.
Through their tireless efforts as a family then, and continuing today through a broader team, they have strived to spread the gospel and provide much-needed educational opportunities. Their efforts have produced over 350 Christian churches, each with an attached or related school; thus, spreading the gospel of Christ and fighting severe illiteracy in Haiti. The schools provide education to over 55,000 students who otherwise have no outlet to learn.
Hundreds of thousands of people each year are impacted through church planting, discipleship, education, health care and community development. The organization also started and maintains the Fermathe campus which includes the hospital of Fermathe, the only medical facility for over 250,000 Haitians.
BHM is one of the most respected Christian organizations within Haiti. These efforts have produced a hard-earned respect from the Haitian people and its government, a rare event. BHM is a legal organization of Haiti, run by a Haitian Board of Directors, and overseen by a US based 501c3 called Impact Cares Foundation (ICF).
For those who have supported BHM in the past,
this is the only organization that is solely dedicated to the much-needed funds for BHM. If you want to join the team, please pray for BHM to continue the long journey it started years ago. If you feel lead by our Lord hit the donate button with your support.
Please join our team and secure the future of BHM and its much-needed work in Haiti.