Haiti Reforestation - The Mormons Are Planting Trees In Haiti... Wow...

How often do you read stories like this... The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints celebrated 30 years in Haiti by planting thousands of trees across the country.

Haitian Mormons Planting Trees In Haiti
Haitian Mormons Planting Trees In Haiti

Yes, the mormons, they came up with the wonderful nation-wide tree planting project to plant an estimated 400,000 trees (oranges, lemon trees, etc) across Haiti.

An opportunity for LDS members to serve their country, the article says.

Lord have mercy... If every God fearing man and woman in Haiti understood the "serving your country" part... If every christian leader took the time to teach it to them instead of constantly reminding them to "Brace yourself, Jesus is coming!" Haiti would be a better place!

I like that... I really do...

When will the catholic church and every other christian organizaiton in Haiti join hands and do the same thing?

Yon kretyen... Yon pye bwa... Huh... Huh... Sa-w di?

If every Catholic priest and Baptist preacher in Haiti took this initiative to encourage their church members to plant more trees and care for these trees as much as they salvation, believe you me, Haiti would have more trees then the Amazon rain forest.

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Christian News Haiti says...

In a continued effort to help Haitians following the 2010 earthquake, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and friends are planting 400,000 trees in Haiti, with nearly 25,000 planted on 1 May 2013. Another 75,000 trees are scheduled for planting by year's end.

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Negbelair says...

Finally a church doing Jah work. it's about time. Every religion should take this as an example doing Jah's work is not telling people to convert or go to hell

I don't believe that's what Jah meant when He said faith without work is dead. He meant to do actual work physical work and help mankind.

you a lot of these churches are more concern about how many people they can bring in so that the collection basket can be fatter.

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Yvette Duverge says...

That is awesome.

I love the fruit trees.

God is using the mormons to bless the country.

Keep praying for Haiti and the leaders.

Thanks again you are doing a great

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Kenol Aris says...

C'est un exemple a suivre.

...J'espere qu'on ne va pas se contenter de planter ces arbres et les abandoner a leur sort....J'espere que le suivi se fera pour les aider a grandir...Et j'aime particulierement cette idee de planter des arbres fruitiers,;on fait ainsi d'une pierre plusieurs coups...Freres, Soeurs,compatriotes Haitiens, supportons toutes les initiatives visant le progres de ce pays que nous aimons tous....Une nouvelle Haiti est encore possible si nous le voulons vraiment.

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Joseph Vallon says...

C'est tres bien mon

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Molheb says...

Planté pyé bwa sé yon, prezervé li sé yon lot bagay.

Nou toujou komansé epi nou janm fini. Haiti sé yon peyi agrikol sé vré, men ki sa responsab yo fè pou pwoteje la nati, sak ki fè pagen asé pyé bwa nan peyi a, e pouki sa yo koupé bwa yo e ki sa dwé fèt pou anpéché pèp la koupé pyé bwa nan tout péyi a?

Gen anpil bagay mesyé responsab dwé fè si tout bon vré yo pa ipokrit e yo vlé Haiti vinn tounen vèt anko tankou li té yé nan tan lontan.

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Patrick Gaspard says...

Esperons qu'ils suivront l'exemple apres avoir encourage la coupe des arbres a travers nos campagnes.

Il fut un temps ou CHAK GRO PYEBWA, CHAK MAPOU TE "REPOSWA SATAN"Laconquete de l'independance passe par un travail d'education et de conscientisation.C'est NOTRE responsablite a nous. Personne ne le fera a notre

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Vanina says...

Byen pale mon fre. Nap tann pou nou we sa yap

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Ispn says...

Si pep haitien vle plante (fruit) mango zaboka, zorang zabriko ak lot fruit jwenn ak support gouvenman lakay nan 5 ans nap kapab di ABA GRANGOU epi nap kapab kreye job pou voye fruit sa yo al vann nan lot peyi kreye anpil

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Wilner J Sou Facebook says...

si tout relijyon lakay, patisipe nan rebwazman, nan 3 zan Ayiti ap tou vèt, lapli pral tonbe manje pral pouse, Ayisyen pral viv byen. si nou bezwen fete endepandans lakay; se envesti nan agrikilti; depi vant depann de peyi etranje, nou pa endepandan kou gouvènman pa respekte tout sa peyi etranje di; anbago nan wèl nou, mwen viv konsekans anbago mwen te panse tout Ayisyen ta pral travay ansanm pou evite katastròf imanitè pandan peryòd anbago.

Ayisyen lavi kapab fleri donnen lakay si nou

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