In this month twenty-seven years ago, Pathway Outreach Ministries pushed off from the dock to begin its voyage as an organization. Our simple goal was to reach out with the Gospel of Jesus Christ to some of the difficult corners of the world.
Credit and acknowledgment must be given to God; He has been with us. I do not have space to tell you the stories of God’s provision, empowerment, divine appointments, blessings, and protection. Throughout the world about 2500 people are touched with spiritual bread and about 500 are fed physical bread most weeks. I think I am the one most amazed by this, because I know more than anyone else, that this has to be God’s doing.
God has blessed us and empowered us to set our feet in trailer parks, jails, villages, city slums, busy cities, and small towns in five countries of the world. We have also been privileged to be with people on their darkest days, celebrations of God’s glory, and even shared a meal with a Consulate General of another country. God has been wonderful and we give Him all the glory.
I must say with almost tears in my eyes (I am not a crier) a big thank you to the many people and churches over these 27 years who have blessed us financially, prayed for us, and encouraged us. I do not have adequate words to tell you thank you—THANK YOU!
I started this organization in 1994 with the leading of the Lord. Harry Whitt is identified with it and its work but I must adamantly tell you, “It is not about me. It is all about Jesus and His Kingdom. Without Him, I can do nothing!! Without Jesus, I am as useful as a screen-door on a submarine.”
We appreciate all of our partners who help us. The Haiti school uniform and book project to get our kids started in a new school year is always a big deal. I am happy to report, we have received all the funds needed for the upcoming school year’s uniforms and books. Praise God and thank you!
Our newly restarted jail ministry has been a blessing this past month. Bro. David Powell and I have been ministering each week and we had one inmate profess faith in Jesus and two others who have rededicated their lives to the Lord. All three were with conviction, tears, and brokenness.
On July 7, 2021, Haiti’s President Jovenel Moise was assassinated in his home. This has added to the uncertainties in Haiti. I am in frequent contact with Pastor Baptiste who leads the school and church in Haiti. Everyone is afraid and struggling with shortages of gasoline and certain food items. Shortages and transportation problems have led to inflated prices for most things. We are helping as we can. Please pray for our people and for the country.
Thanks again for all your support and prayers. Rejoicing in the salvation which is by grace through faith, I am…
Yours on the Journey,
Harry L. Whitt