Ketly & Vital Pierre
Ketly & Vital Pierre

[world map] Iberoamerica and the Caribbean Dominican Republic push-pin Dominican Republic
Evangelism Evangelism
Discipleship Discipleship
Short-Term Mission Engagement Short-Term Mission Engagement
The Pierres work in the East Coast of the Dominican Republic to strengthen local churches and encourage existing churches to plant new ones and disciple new members. One way they do this is by leading and coordinating seminars and workshops. Through these sessions, pastors and leaders of local congregations learn how to start and strengthen a broad range of outreach ministries in their communities. The Pierres also serve as a link with volunteer groups, matching them with local ministries according to where they would be the most effective, and encourage and facilitate Haitian mission work both within the D.R. and abroad.
Projects, Journals & News
| Touching the Lives of Haitian Immigrants in Dominican Republic
| Stagnant as the Dead Sea

In her community, Leydi, a gifted teacher, was salt that was stuck in the salt shaker.

| Handprints and footprints Continues

Recently Rev. Gregg Sneller from International Ministries visited us here in the Dominican Republic. We were able to show him the many aspects of the work going on here and the dreams we have for future work. He sent a letter that offers a view of the many opportunities for short term Missionaries and longer term Missionaries who have a desire to come and be the hands and feet of Jesus. He has given us permission to use his letter to inform you and we thank him.

El Salado | ¡Feliz Navidad! Merry Christmas!

¡Feliz Navidad! Merry Christmas! When Jesus came to our broken, rebellious world in the body of a baby, the angels sang, December 13, 2017
 “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to those with whom He is pleased!” They knew that hope had been restored for all of creation for all of eternity.

Puerto Rico - Stand in the Gap | Puerto Rico – Missionary Support Stand in the Gap

Hurricanes Irma and Maria struck the Caribbean islands during Puerto Rican Baptist churches’ annual fundraiser for global mission, leaving them unable to provide financial support for their local missionaries. International Ministries is asking donors to stand in the gap for Puerto Rican global servants by making up the difference in support.

| Surprising Reflections from a Journey to the DR in January 2017

At a Conference for Missionaries in Pennsylvania in 2015, the call came forth to go and visit the Dominican Republic. The call never left me and it grew in Cheryl as we asked God where we should go.