Called to Ordained Ministry

Called to Ordained Ministry

Called to Ordained Ministry

My name is Wesly J.J. Dumeny, and I am called to ordained ministry. I was born and raised in Haiti. During the year 1990, I immigrated to the United States. Before moving to the USA, after my conversion, I was always curious about religions and God. Although I grew up in the church, I finally accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior at the age of 17. Baptized a few months after that, I became an active member of the Evangelical Baptist Church of my hometown of Lascahobas, Haiti.

Moreover, in the late 1980s, I felt God’s calling on my life, which led me to seek a greater understanding and knowledge. I decided to pursue a degree in pastoral ministry. I applied to Baptist Theological Seminary in Haiti. However, I had to put my studies on hold to immigrate to the United States. Then, by the grace of God, I was able to make some readjustment in my life and continue my pastoral studies at Christian Leaders Institute (CLI).

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With the training received at CLI, I plan to return to Lascahobas to continue my ministry. While obtaining more excellent knowledge at CLI, God gave me the desire to serve in other capacities in Haiti. My wife and I founded Hispaniola Christian School in Lascahobas, Haiti. It provides Christian education to economically disadvantaged children. Currently, we are in the process of planting a church there to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and help spread the word of God to the people of my hometown.

Receiving this ordination with the Christian Leaders Alliance adds more credibility to my ministry. As I am called to ordained ministry, it gives me opportunities to fulfill my calling more efficiently. I pray that God will expand my ministry in ways to impact not only the community of Lascahobas but, eventually, the entire country.

Henry Reyenga
Author: Henry Reyenga

Henry Reyenga is president of Christian Leaders Institute and Christian Leaders Alliance.