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CHANGES ARE TAKING PLACE AT CARIBBEAN VISION MINISTRIES. 2022 promises to be another challenging year for everyone but God is always sufficient for our needs. I trust that most of you are aware by now our current CVM Executive Director David Stacy will be ending his ministry with us on January 31, 2022. We thank David for his service during his ministry time with CVM and wish him a blessed and prosperous time of service in God's next appointed mission field for him.


The Caribbean Vision Ministries Board of Directors met on January 6 and Dr. Chuck Davis, Executive Director Emeritus, was asked to serve as Executive Director during the year of 2022. The Board has decided that in these times of the Covid pandemic, chaotic times in several Caribbean countries, including Haiti, rampant inflation and travel restrictions in many countries that it would be wise at this time to review each field of ministry in the Caribbean and the United States. We want to seek the best ways to pursue our mission of planting churches, training Pastors and assisting local churches in their calling to the Great Commission and the Great Commandment. The best and proper use of the resources provided by our Partners and Co-workers in the ministry is very important to us. As we seek new and/or additional ways to carry out our God-given mission we ask for you to stand with us in prayer and financial support. More will be shared by email newsletter and on this website in the future. Thank you for your partnership.


For His Kingdom,

Dr. Chuck Davis




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