for a catered dinner and presentation in Florida! 

FORT MYERS    Thursday, January 25, 2018       6-8:30 pm

Don’t miss this incredible night with Ed Schwartz and Pastor Wilfrid. You’ll hear first hand accounts of how formerly vulnerable children are now leading lives filled with love and hope thanks to your support and prayers.


With over a decade of ministry in Haiti, Ed Schwartz has cast a vision with LSM that has grown in leaps and bounds. Today, over 240 children are receiving a complete continuum of care from childhood through young adulthood where they are reaching their God-given potential.


Pastor Wilfrid brings years of experience as a teacher, pastor, leader and visionary. He is instrumental in finding the most vulnerable children in each community as we open new Homes of Hope. Pastor Wilfrid will share stories of meeting these orphans and exploited children, unpack the process for opening a new Home, and highlight what it looks like as we come alongside them as they grow. Through his personal accounts and relationships with the parents in each family and leadership, you’ll gain incredible insights into both life in Haiti and our work to rescue the world’s most vulnerable children. Ultimately, you will come away inspired by the work in the Body of Christ!


You’ll also enjoy a catered dinner, hear stories from our kids and see the impact we’ve had together in over 15 years of LSM’s history.

Pastor Wilfrid

“I’ve been with LSM since 2011 and have been so blessed to see God working here. I feel called to help children who feel there is no hope for their future. It is a blessing to see LSM making a long-term difference in my country as children and families thrive and become the future leaders of Haiti!” 


Thursday, January 25, 2018

6:00 – 8:30 pm


Embassy Suites

10450 Corkscrew Commons Dr  Estero, FL 339280


$30/person covers entrance and a delicious meal

Please reserve your tickets by Sunday night, January 21. The cost of your ticket, as well as a freewill offering that night, will help the children of Haiti who need it most. Contact Sally Neihouser 219.204.0103 with any questions or email