Keith Baker Prayer Letter:  EvangelismWe enjoy the season between Christmas and Easter in Haiti because it is the most opportune time to teach, conduct personal evangelism, and be involved in construction. The temperatures during the day usually remain in the 80s.

Having taught Psalms and Proverbs within recent days to our seminary men, on March 12, I will begin to lecture for two weeks on the Doctrine of Man, followed by one week on New Testament Survey, and then two weeks on the Doctrine of Sin. My teaching schedule of 1:30 – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, allows me to prepare lessons, as well as perform other duties in the mornings. Thursday morning is open for our Market Ministry, and Saturday is another evangelism day.

Our oldest son Keith (wife Jennifer, son Kyle, and daughter Kami) will be relocating from Marion, Iowa, to Des Moines in the near future to begin work on a church plant. Our youngest son Kevin is graduating from Bible college this spring. Our son Kirby will be discharged from the Army in May. Our oldest daughter Kara is engaged to Dave McCroskey and will be married in June. Our son-in-law Sam is navigating his family to complete deputation before they leave for a church plant on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. Theresa and I would appreciate your prayers for these family affairs. Please remember Ken and Denise, John and Katie, Karl, and Kasey also in your prayers. Thank you, thank you!

We are grateful for your financial help and prayers. We also appreciate your standing in the gap for America as we serve in Haiti.


Keith and Theresa Baker