1240 Highway 411, Vonore, TN 37885 USA
Mission & Beliefs
Upward Bound ministries is dedicated to the Gospel of God which reflects His love to all people. Our mission is to reflect the character of God by Gospel outreach, healthy training, orphan care, education, and provisions of food, water and shelter for the local community. Our mission will help people to achieve their God-given potential and impact their communities in Haiti.
Our programs are an extension of our mission beliefs. Each program is used to spread God's love, and to teach a lifestyle of Christiananity. Please read about each program and partner with us to help Haiti.
As with all not for profit groups, we depend on support from you to make our mission successful. Pleae pray about commiting with us to help Haiti come closer with God and a better place for the Haitian people.
UPWARD BOUND MINISTRIES IS THE VISION OF RONALD AND MARJORIE MAGLOIRE. THEY ARE HAITIAN AMERICANS THAT WANTED TO RETURN TO THEIR HOMELAND TO SPREAD THE GOOD NEWS OF GOD TO THE PEOPLE OF HAITI
Joseph Valcin a Haitian American contractor is currently developing a road, for our new elementry school. Construction to begin very soon!
"Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! Psalm 133:1
A lovely group from Wildwood (located in GA) recently visited our mission and conducted health and hygiene lectures for the community.
More News Coming Soon!
Construction starts this week on finishing the 2nd floor inside and
stucco on the exterior of the mission house. Estimated completion is 4-6 weeks
A new school year has begun with approximatly 175 students. Fourth grade has been added, bringing us to pre-K through 4th.
Please pray for the students, principle and teachers !!
Margorie found a piece of property to purchase near Lascahobas and the misistry was started. Ronald and Marjorie Magloire moved to Haiti with their family supported by a small group of volunteers. God has blessed these efforts. Today there is a mission house built, a school built with 175 students, and agricultural land has been purchased. One church has been rebuilt in the mountain town of Columbier, (the original church was destroyed by the 2010 earthquake) and land has been purchased for a new church in our village of Bwa Pen.
We have ongoing mission trips that provide spiritual, physical, and medical care for the local community. Ronald and Margorie had to return to the U.S, for their children's education. However, the work continues thanks to our dedicated local staff, mission groups, and financial support from faithful donors. We welcome you to expore this web site and see how you can become involved.