Nancy & Stephen James
Nancy & Stephen James

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December 31, 2019 Steve and Nancy James officially retire as career missionaries/field personnel with the American Baptist Churches (ABC) and the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF). Steve and Nancy are grateful to International Ministries, ABC, and Global Missions, CBF for partnering with them to be the presence of Christ in Haiti. While looking forward to being closer to their grown children and grandchildren, leaving the country they have called "home" since 1983, as well as friends and ministry partners, will be difficult and bittersweet, “It has been our great joy to be allowed to serve here all these years. To you, our community of supporters, your prayers and generous financial donations have allowed us to work here, and we are very thankful to all of you for your faithful support over the years!”
Projects, Journals & News
| Scholarship Fund

In Haiti, rarely a day goes by without a parent or child knocking on our door to ask if we can help with tuition fees.

| Notes From Grand Goave

The trip began with 4-days in Dallas, Texas, attending the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship General Assembly. It was a joy to connect with our partners and team members who have supported us in ministry these past 13 years!

Haiti - Scholarships for Elementary and College Students | Haiti – Scholarships for Elementary and College Students

By providing provide scholarships to help educate elementary and college students, we hope to help these young people climb out of poverty and have a future of hope.

| Return To Haiti
| IM Missionary’s Plan to Heal Health Care Organizations

“Sometimes, health care organizations can become sick and in need of healing, just like our patients and our communities,” says American Baptist International Ministries (IM) medical missionary Dr. Steve James.

| The Midwives of Mombin

We just returned home from Mombin Crochu, a remote town in the barren mountains of northeast Haiti.