Milien Ganaud

In 2015, Many of my American friends (missionaries who are used to coming to Haiti) always asked me if I know a website where they can learn Haitian Creole, Honesty I didn’t know any online Creole lesson website. Theyasked me to give them face to face lessons via Skype. But I was not able to keep teaching through Skype anymore because of lack of time, And I decided to put my lessons online and published them on September 20th, 2016( on my own name www.milienganaud.com which does not exist anymore ) My students and friends have always had questions about Haitian songs related to American gospel songs, and documents to Tranlate for them from English to Haitian Creole, Since then I add the pages HAITIAN PRAISE in May 2017 and share the ownership with an American missionary called Lincoln Munger and republished it on the name of Haiti Mission Talk ( www.haitimissiontalk.com ) That means the missionaries will always need to talk /Speak /Sing /interact with their loved ones. In 2018 we have a new service called “Documents Translation” asked by the students and visitors .

Lincoln Munger

I became a Christian after my first 2 trips to Haiti. My mentor at the time showed me the biblical model for missions. I desired to serve the Lord in the way he calls Christians to, lovingly, cross-culturally, and sacrificially. So I went to Haiti on one week trips, one weeks turned into two weeks, then months, seasons, and eventually a year. I was youngs and with little skill or experience that was helpful but I desired to minister so I learned Creole and did my best. My Creole grew, not that it ever got perfected but I perfected the art of circumventing, or talking in circles when you dont know the exact word. Ganaud was a fellow translator, a Haitian national. We worked together extensivly. I left Haiti to go to school for missions and to join the Navy to make me more discipled in my studies at school. After leaving Haiti Ganaud reached out to me asking if I would like to take part in Haiti Mission Talk. Ever since we have been growing while managing other life responsibilities hoping one day we can rely more on Haiti Mission Talk for ministry funding than typical jobs. I will graduate from the Southern Baptist Seminary undergraduate program (Boyce) in 2020.

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