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Churches in Haiti need used accordions

Have an accordion in a closet that you are not using? Put it to work for the Kingdom.

Accordions are the primary musical instrument for Haiti's rural churches since few of theml have electricity and many are simply brush arbors.

So, dust off those unused accordions. Let's get them to working for the Lord in that Caribbean island nation.

Haitian churches can also use other musical instruments including:

Email or call for shipping instructions if you have an accordion or other musical instrument to donate to a church in Haiti. Donations are tax-deductible in the U.S. [ The Kingdom Strikes Back -- ebook on ministry in Haiti ]

"Praise him with the sounding of the trumpet, praise him with the harp and lyre, praise him with tambourine and dancing, praise him with the strings and flute, praise him with the clash of cymbals." -- Psalm 150:3-5

     -- Howard Culbertson

Materials on Haiti:   Accordions needed   Devotional reflections from Haiti   Feeding starving children   Haitian recipe   Ham radio thoughts: Haiti   Istwa Labib    Kingdom strikes back: Signs of the Messiah at work   aitian Rara band   Haitian voodoo possession

10/40 Window explanation and map    Missionaries needed   Finding God's will   Commitment: An African martyr bold proclamation   Mission trip fundraising   Ways to ruin mission trips   Nazarene Missions International resources

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