Young Leaders for God Class

Young Leaders for God Class
  • Coordinated by Derold Mompremier (left in red)
  • Trains a select group of 12-15 young men and women to be Christ-like servant leaders in their families, churches and communities.
  • The class meets two afternoons a week (2.5 hours each day) from October through May in a roundtable discussion format focusing on the application of class topics to the students' lives.
  • Students are encouraged to keep growing in their personal relationship with God.
  • Subjects taught include Bible study, Christian leadership in the community, how to work on committees, and societal and lifestyle issues.
  • Students also participate in service projects in the local area to apply principles learned in the class.
  • Guest speakers, such as pastors, professionals and leaders in the community, as well as visitors to HAFF, discuss their own leadership experiences with the students and offer encouragement and advice.
  • Each year there is a day of reflection featuring Bible study and fun.
  • Each year's day of reflection is followed by a day at the beach and a meal at a restaurant; first time experiences for many of the youth.
  • The year ends with a graduation ceremony (photo below) in which the Young Leaders sing, present gifts to that year's facilitators, receive gifts from family and friends and are given a certificate marking their major accomplishment.

Prayer Support

Ongoing prayer support is needed for...

  • HAFF's leaders to see clearly where God is working and to join Him in His work.
  • Those touched by HAFF's programs to see Christ in all we do.
  • Haitians and Americans to be able to disciple each other in Christ with humility and loving understanding.

Current Prayer Needs

Financial Support

HAFF would not have the means to minister without the financial partnership of churches and individuals like you.

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