About Us

On January 10, 1983, my husband and I (Pritchard and Dana Adams) left our home in Tarboro, North Carolina, and moved to Haiti. We have been in Haiti ever since serving as full-time missionaries. We are presently located in Cap-Haitian, the old colonial capital and second-largest city in Haiti. It is located on the north coast. We presently oversee four church plants with the oversight of a fifth, four schools, and a four-year Bible college. We are also feeding over 1,000 students, staff, and cooks in our three schools five days a week. All of these vital ministries are administered from within our local churches. Pritchard and I have three beautiful children, all born in Haiti (John, Gabriel, and Deborah).  Our oldest son, John, is the Academic Director of our Bible College and you can visit his site at backtohaiti.com.

IRS Status

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Rehoboth Ministries is a nonprofit organization exempt from taxes under section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. Gifts made to Rehoboth are tax-deductible.

About MFI

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Since 2002, we have been members of MFI (Ministers’ Fellowship International), a network of non-denominational pastors headquartered in Portland, Oregon. MFI provides spiritual oversight and accountability to our work in Haiti.

3 thoughts on “About Us

  1. Praise the lord.
    Greetings in Jesus name!. We wanted to inform you that we are a fellowship currently with spiritual members. When I was saved the year 2009, my heart was on fire going around my village inviting them to come into my home for bible study. Since then, God as increased us. Therefore we have remained to be quite listening from God.
    However the Holy Spirit has reminded us about the website whereby immediately He as opened for us your page. We read over and over about your doctrines and believes. Then we returned to the fellowship seeking more God’s will. So we knew you early five months back. Now we write today requesting your Christian Love so to consider us here as fruits of your Ministry out of your anointing prayers. We invite you officially with your ministry to visit Kenya.
    Thanks. We hope to hear from you soon.
    apostle Ochieng

  2. Hi Dana and Pritchard,
    I have been involved with a mission on the Southeastern Coast of Haiti for the past 20 years. We are developing a compound for occupation in the near future. Our support base is small in finances but mighty in spirit. We have a church and school on the main compound near Jacmel. Our hope is to have funds raised for the mission house construction in the next year. It will be God’s doing and in His timing. My husband Steve and I are both retired and plan in residing on the compound 6 months out of the year. The rest of the year will be spent fundraising and bringing short term teams in for projects.
    We thank God for your dedication to His work and would love to learn from you as we plan our residency in Haiti.
    May 2016 be a blessed year for your ministry and may God give you strength, wisdom and Protection.
    PS. Could you give me an idea of the best way to learn Creole. I have tried several of the commercial tape programs and failed miserably.
    Sending Love from Tennessee.

    • Hi Linda, it’s great to hear from you! We will pray for your ministry. That is so exciting! If you ever get to Cap, look us up. We’d love to meet you. Sunday will make 33 yrs. of us being in Haiti. If anyone asked me, what is the best piece of advice you can give someone starting a work in the mission field, I would say, ”Learn the language!” Prit & I attended a language school in Port-au-Prince (we lived there our first 5 1/ yrs.) and it was a great head- start. You could attend a language school. If that’s not an option, you could hire an English-speaking Haitian to work with you privately. Our renters next door do that. Ask him to be honest with you about your accent, etc. The Haitian people have so little to give, but they love teaching you their language. Some things are learned faster through music – get some Haitian friends to write down the words to a song & teach you the melody. Don’t be discouraged. You never stop learning, no matter how long you’re here. I still have some people I just don’t understand (so frustrating!), then others who speak crystal clear. When we moved to Cap, I was so lost because the language here is not as clear. Listen to preaching on 4VEH. Listen to the cadence (rise and fall of their words.) Immerse yourself as much as you can. Prit & I didn’t have a vehicle our first 2 yrs. in Port & took the tap tap everywhere. It helped us learn quicker. Hope that helps! Keep in touch & let me know how you’re doing. My e-mail’s danaptl@gmail.com. God bless!

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