Scholarship Opportunities

2019 begins a new year with new opportunities for all of us. Some of you may have resolved to loose weight, read the bible thru, or stop a “bad habit” of some sort. It also gives each of us a chance to influence new people in a way that honors God. We would like to present you with just such an opportunity for 2019:

We have three very bright and talented young men that will be graduating this summer from high school. Fricot, Jaccène & Lumanès.


We are proud that they have made it this far as only about 60% of children in Haiti make it all the way and graduate. Each of them has their own dreams and goals for what they would like to accomplish throughout their lives.


HHH is actively seeking individuals that would be interested in sponsoring one or all three to go to university. It costs about $2,500/year for tuition, lodging, books and fees to attend a university in Haiti. The application process is similar to that in the US; upon graduating they have to take a national exam, similar to the SAT. If they pass that exam they then have to pass an entrance exam into the university they choose to attend. Once they successfully pass these exams it is up to us to find funding to help them with their education.

Below is a little more information about each of them:

Many of you may recognize these three from your trips to HHH. All three are active in church activities while also excelling in school. They have worked very hard to get to this point.

We are asking for your help to fund their next level of education. Would you consider helping them in 2019? There are 3 ways for your donation to be received:

  • Send a check to Haiti Home of Hope, Inc at the address listed above. Write “Frazier Family Ministry – Scholarship Funds” in the memo line.
  • Give online on our website. Designate funds to Frazier Ministry Support. Make a comment that the funds are for HHH graduate scholarships.
  • Give on our Facebook page. Make a note “Frazier Family Ministry – Scholarship Funds”.

Meadow Height Baptist Church Visits HHH

Our journey from Collinsville, Illinois to Pignon, Haiti took approximately two days. It only took us two airplanes, three rental cars, a quick pitstop at the beach, two SUVs and about a year of planning to arrive at Haiti Home of Hope. 

Pignon Airport

Our team of 10 quickly adjusted to the different ways of life and jumped right into our mission work. 

We passed the days by hanging out and playing with the sweet children here. With anything from soccer games to braiding hair to arm wrestling to painting nails, we formed relationships that we will cherish forever. 

During the first few days we hosted a VBS for the younger kids. We taught them stories from the Bible, like the story of creation, the Christmas story and the story of when Jesus got lost as a younger boy. We helped the kids make a book to remember the different days of creation, puppets to act out the Christmas story and sun catchers that they can hang in their rooms. We also taught the kids new songs and dances and played lots of games with them. 

Climbing Mt Pignon

The last couple of days we led separate Bible studies with the older girls and older boys. The older boys enjoyed reading and dissecting different scriptures and discussing how to apply it to real life. The ladies of the team taught the older girls how to use sewing machines and talked about different scripture verses while painting their nails. 

Because we chose to visit in the winter, we had the amazing opportunity to celebrate the holidays with the children. January 1st in the US is just New Year’s Day. But in Haiti, January 1st is when New Year’s Day, Christmas and Independence Day are celebrated. In the afternoon, we had a big party with all of the kids. We sang worship songs, played games, watch the kids dance and ate beignets. After the party, the kids got to open their presents. Each child received a shoebox sized container filled with different toys, toiletries, clothes and candy. After the gifts were opened, we got to watch the kids play with their new things. 

Playing Games and Dancing
Opening Christmas Gifts

In addition to getting to know the kids and teaching them about Jesus, we got to experience Haitian culture in ways we never imagined at the beginning of the trip. On one of our first days in the country we had the chance to attend a Haitian wedding. We were all intrigued to see the differences between the cultures in the setting of a wedding. 

Pastor Robert Preaching in Gaspar

On the Sunday we were in Haiti, we attended a local church service. The hymns were sung in Creole, but we were able to recognize the song and sing along in English. While Pastor Francois was preaching, he would speak in Creole for a period of time and then translate it to English so we could understand what he was saying. Some of our team members attended and preached at a local pastor’s church.  

On our last full day in Haiti, we helped Jennifer with the feeding clinic for babies. We held babies and helped distribute the formula. Each baby that left the clinic was given a handmade bag with a handmade blanket and cloth diapers. 

The last night of our trip was the perfect end to the week. Our team joined the kids for a bonfire and hot dog roast. Different groups of the kids sang worship songs for everyone and the entire group closed the night with “How Great is Our God” while we sat by the fire. 

Our week in Haiti will be one to remember and cherish forever. We are so blessed to have had the opportunity to visit Haiti Home of Home and to have met all of the amazing people and kids that are here. We have made so many new friendships and will be leaving the country with so many amazing memories and stories. 

Until next time, 

Meadow Heights Baptist Church, Collinsville, IL

Medical Training

Will & Heidi just completed two weeks of intensive medical training for missionaries in North Carolina.  They were part of the Missionary Medical Intensive course administered by Equip International.  Equip supports missionaries and also trains them for situations that might arise on the mission field.  As the name suggests it is very intensive.  Successful completion of the course earns the participants 73 continuing education credits in just 10 short days.


We got to practice giving shots, completing physical exams, diagnosing and treating tropical diseases, assisting in childbirth, giving stitches, dental best practices/pulling teeth and medical emergency best practices.

Will & Heidi took the course based upon recommendations from Jennifer Campbell, who says she regularly uses the skills taught in the course to care for the HHH kids as well as the kids on the feeding programs.




We were very blessed to attend the course with missionaries from all over the world and make many new friends along the way.  Thanks to Anna and Lowell and the rest of the instructors who put up with some very extraordinary folks!  Some countries represented are: India, Cameroon, Uganda, Thailand, Papua New Guinea, Canada, Madagascar, Lebanon, and of course Haiti.


Another great group is headed out equipped to diagnose and treat illness and injury in remote locations. Bon voyage, MMI friends!

Posted by Equip International on Friday, October 26, 2018

God’s Abundant Provision

It seems like an eternity ago since we started raising funds to move to Haiti.  Here is a little recap of this year:

  • Made a trip to Haiti in October 2017 with the Board of Directors to seek God’s will for the next steps in coming alongside Bill & Jenn.
  • Visited Red Bridge early December 2017 to make introductions and meet with the Missions committee.
  • Officially commissioned by the Board of Directors on January 5th, 2018 – Note this was 15 years to the day that Red Bridge officially commissioned the Campbells in 2003.
  • Started sending out information about HHH and us on January 6th.
  • Received our 1st donation from a long-time friend of the family, Randy Reed, February 1st.
  • We made our first visit to a church to present on February 25, 2018.  (First Baptist Grain Valley) Our home church for almost eight years when we lived in the Kansas City area.  Up until this point the first six weeks of fundraising went by slowly, in fact we had not received any calls or emails from our flyers and our attempts to contact potential supporters had not produced a single appointment.
  • From February 25 thru June 24th we only had one Sunday that we were not presenting at a church!


  • That also meant that thru those four months we have raised approximately 80% of our funds needed!

God has blessed us throughout this experience.  We have been touched by the warmth and open arms folks have extended to us as we visited church after church after church.  We hope that our presentations have helped bring a better understanding of what HHH does and what we hope to do when we reach the field later this year.  Thank you for your prayers, gifts and hospitality.  

We are in the final push of fundraising and still need to gather that last 20%, but we have seen God’s provision as friends and strangers have generously supported us and have no doubts that we will make it shortly.  We are excited to begin the planning stage for the move to Haiti.

Thank You Melinda

We want to thank a wonderful young woman that has worked tirelessly behind the scenes at HHH for some time now.  Melinda Lavenau has been providing administrative support to the Board of Directors and our Field Directors.  Her duties included bookkeeping – mainly keeping our Treasurer out of trouble, social media guru, keeping our President on task and putting together the quarterly newsletter.  Melinda has been a valuable asset to HHH and since her time here our outreach of new members have hit record numbers!  Melinda has also had the extra task of helping our family get up to speed on the behind the scenes workings of the books, Facebook and the website.  She is always willing to answer our questions and never complained when we needed a bit of info on short notice.  Not to mention her smile can brighten the darkest day.  We are so blessed to have been able to work with you and cannot thank you enough for all that you do.

While Melinda’s time at HHH will be over at the end of May, she will remain a revered friend of the organization.  We want to wish Melinda & Jeff the best of luck in their future endeavors.  HHH will not be the same without you, your work has impacted more lives than you are probably aware and we ask God to bless you in all that you do!

The Gift of Reading


Sitting in the recliner (or swinging in the hammock) while immersed in a great book is one of the great joys in my life.  We encourage Alana to read every day – always a book of her choice – to foster a love of reading and lifelong learning.  We want to pass this gift on to the kids at HHH as well.  Recently my friend, Becky Anderson, lovingly helped us to give this gift to our kids.  She gifted us a box of novels written in French!  They belonged to her grandmother and she wanted them to be loved again – just as her grandmother loved them.

French novels (romans) donated by Becky Anderson

Do you also have a love for reading and a desire to help the kids at HHH learn to love reading?  We are in need of french texts and novels to share with the kids.  We are trying to enhance their French language skills and reading is an excellent way to work thru a language – we know because we are trying to go thru them and are learning quite a bit!  We are also looking for English textbooks that we might be able to utilize in helping develop an English curriculum for the kids.  We especially would like anything that has to do with developing early reading skills.  If you have access to any type of these books would you let us know so we can evaluate the best use for them.

If you have some books that you would like to donate, please reach out to us to determine the best way to get them to us.  Please remember, shipping and customs costs are very high, so we need to coordinate all shipments to HHH through our US office.

Devenel Joseph Scholarship Opportunity

As many of you may not know, but we have begun an exciting time at HHH.  For 15 years our mission has been to care for orphans.  That includes more than just providing room and board to children.  They have been attending school and church and have had the opportunities to learn different life skills along the way.  We are now transitioning a few into adulthood!

Our oldest two kids are now off starting their time as young adults.  Wisly & Madline, are off to great start!  Wisly is studying pre-med at College of the Ozarks in Southern Missouri and Madline works for HHH caring for the toddlers and assists Project Hope on a part time basis.  She has purchased her own land in Pignon and is planning the construction of her own home.  Remembering where these two started when they came to HHH – it is amazing to see God’s hand in their lives and we are constantly praying for their success.

The next young adult that is set to graduate from HHH is Devenel Joseph this June!

Attached is a flyer that Devenel helped to create.  (Devenel Joseph Scholarship)  He goes into detail about his career goals and how thankful he is that HHH was a part of his upbringing.  Our mission is to help find caring individuals that want to be a part of his next chapter in life and sponsor him to go to College in Haiti.

We previously posted about UCI and our desire to send our kids here for higher education.  

The cost to attend University in Haiti is about $2,250/year including room and board.  Over the next 15 years we have kids graduating, all with their own unique dreams and goals.  Make sure to designate your gift to “Scholarship Funds”.  If you have questions Heidi and I would be happy to talk with you – we are excited to be a part of this exciting time at HHH!

Virden, IL Visit

We had a great time this past Sunday visiting FBC Virden, IL.  We were in town for Heidi’s niece’s 1st B-day celebration and Pastor John Parrish was gracious enough to let us come by and present HHH, Inc. to his congregation.

FBC Virden Bulletin


We’d like to especially thank Steve and Debbie Kershaw who helped make the presentation seamless.  What a wonderful loving church.  We even got an offer from a 92-year young lady to make dresses  for the girls at HHH!  We also made a connection with the Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach who might be able to help us with medical supplies and equipment for clinic.

It was great to see the first page of the bulletin quoting Isaiah 6:8 – What a great verse to kick off a missionary presentation – Thank you for your prayers and donations.

FBC Virden Presentation


We also just heard that Countryside Christian Church is coming alongside us in our mission with HHH!  What an outstanding way to kick off a week.  Special Thanks to Tom and Amber Jones – who’ve been friends of ours for years.  God bless you guys!


Look what we dug up from their Senior Yearbook in 1998! (Sorry Amber!)

Plans are underway for our next visit to HHH!  

We are excited for this trip because it marks our first trip serving as Directors of Education.  We are laying some groundwork for our ministry duties once we are in country permanently.  We plan to take Devenel on a university visit to UCI (United Christians International) or in Kreyol (Université Chrétienne de la Communauté de Caîman).  He will be our first student that has the opportunity to attend university in Haiti!  Pray with us that he gains clarity in his long-term goals through this process.  We are proud of his commitment to finishing high school and exploring options that will allow him to be a leader in his community in the future.  At UCI we will meet with the missionary family  that runs this ministry.  We will discuss educational options for our students, tuition costs, and career placement.

We will be assessing the kids at HHH that are unable to attend traditional Haitian schools.  Our goal is to determine the best plan of action to prepare them for an independent life after their time with us.  This may include on-site education, but will definitely include vocational training.  We pray that they will be a positive influence on their community as well.

There is always so much preparation that goes into a trip to Haiti.  So many things to remember!


Our plans also include some video work!  Stay tuned next week for an announcement….involving baseball….!!



Anchor Point HHH Update Visit

We were blessed to visit Anchor Point Baptist Church this past Sunday.

Lewis and his lovely wife were gracious hosts.  Seth brought a great message on 1 John chapter 2.  We loved meeting all the supporters of HHH in this great church!  We had hoped to show them a short film on HHH and it’s ministries but unfortunately we had technical difficulties – so they had to put up with Heidi and I talking thru update powerpoint slides.  In fact we had to send someone out to borrow a laptop in order to make that happen.  The folks at Anchor Point were more than willing to help us out and we hope that they received a blessing hearing about Wisly, Madeline, Chelson and Ashline.

Thank you all for your patience with us.  Thank you for your gift and continued support of HHH!

If you are in need of a church and are in the Independence, Liberty, Sugar Creek, Fort Osage, Blue Springs areas check out Anchor Point Baptist Church – I promise you won’t be disappointed.  Seriously, Pastor Seth brings a Spirit-filled message with a full serving of humor as well!