Our Mission

Liberté Ministries promotes Freedom in everything we do.

Freedom in Christ

Freedom in Education

Freedom in Economic Self Sufficiency

Liberte’ Ministries (Liberty in French) began in 2010 as a response to the earthquake that devastated much of Haiti. Once relief work shifted to recovery and then long term planning; the Haiti School of Biblical Studies (HSBS) began. HSBS is a 4 year, intensive Bible track that equips students to be both practitioners and communicators of the Good News. Students beginning their third year, who are in good standing academically, are offered the opportunity to receive a scholarship for vocational training in a variety of occupations. As the work grew and doors opened God provided an opportunity for involvement in the Lillavois Orphanage and school. Serving 50 children ages 1-18, the orphanage provides a safe and secure home for children in need. The elementary school not only offers education to the children living in the orphanage but also to children in the Lillavois community. Capacity for the school is 231 children.

Our Team

In all we do our all-volunteer team is dedicated to promoting freedom; first and foremost in Jesus Christ. We also believe that quality, biblical education and empowerment to be economically self-sufficient offers freedom as well. As we serve our family in Haiti we wish only to walk beside them and support them as they do amazing things for God.

Donnie Allen

Donnie has served as a church deacon, church elder, and minister. Donnie graduated from University of North Alabama in 1978 with a BS in Accounting and earned an MBA degree in 1985. He served 3 years in the US Army. As a Financial Manager, he has experience in M&A projects, private equity, investor relations, and strategic planning. He has been successful in start-up ventures and turn-around projects. Core management strengths include: Strategic Planning, Continuous Improvement Initiatives, Start-up Ventures, Turn-around Projects, Operations Management, Mergers and Acquisitions.

Jean Claubert Belton

Jean Claubert Belton has been preaching for 24 years with the last 15 years being at the Bonnette Church of Christ. Jean Claubert received training at the Haiti Biblical Training Center and Damien Biblical Institute. In addition to preaching he is the Founder and Director of the Bonnette Elementary school serving 300 students.

Sullyvands Pierre Dorelus

Sullyvands Pierre Dorelus, works with the young ladies of the Croix des Bouquets Church of Christ of which she has been a member for 14 years. She studied administrative sciences at the Craan School in Haiti and completed Bible studies at HSBS. She also had experience in administration and was a University Administrator in Haiti (IIEP).

Arvy Dupuy

Arvy is the Executive Director of a non-profit serving individuals with developmental disabilities and has been involved in bi-vocational ministry for over 20 years. He also serves as an adjunct instructor at Heritage Christian University. He holds an M.A. in Theology and M.S. in Leadership from Amridge University along with a B.S. in Business Administration from Athens State University. He is also the preaching minister at Cornerstone Church of Christ.

Ed Gallagher

Ed is the Associate Professor of Christian Scripture at Heritage Christian University and serves as the Associate Minister at Sherrod Avenue Church of Christ. He holds a Ph.D. and M. Phil from Hebrew Union College and a M.A. in New Testament and B.A. in Biblical studies from Freed-Hardeman University.

Jay Gregory

After a career in the United States Navy, Jay entered the insurance industry in 1976, where he served as an agent, Sales Manager, regional computer development specialist, and corporate training officer. In 1998, Jay began serving a small distance learning company, as Chief Operating Officer, as Executive Vice President of Sales, and ultimately as the firm’s President. In retirement Jay devotes his time to writing and working to apply sound adult learning and Spiritual growth principles to Christian education.

Evands Pierre

Evands Pierre began preaching the Good News in September 1986 and has not stopped. He preaches for the Croix-des Bouquets Church of Christ (formerly Airport Road Church of Christ) since 1993. Evands completed studies with Sunset International Bible Institute and has taken classes with EMB. Evands is also a full time teacher of French and Social Studies at con St-Martin de Tours College.

Rhonda Richardson

Rhonda Richardson is the Director of Finance and Administration at Florence Housing Authority in Florence, Alabama. During her 20 years of employment with Florence Housing Authority she has served in several capacities including Procurement and Contracts, Human Resource Development, Advanced Accounting and Financial Reporting, and Administration of performance standards in Public Housing and Housing Choice Voucher Program. She is President of an Alabama non-profit, Riverscape, LLC, and is Vice-President of the non-profit Board of Florence Housing Development Authority. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from the University of North Alabama. She completed course studies with Rutgers for certification in the Executive Director Education Program. She is a member of Leadership Shoals Class of 2013-2014. She holds certificates in Administrative Leadership, HCV Executive Management, Public Housing Management and Fair Housing. Her current focus is the conversion of five Public Housing properties to RAD; one of which has been successfully converted to Multifamily Housing.

Thomas Willingham

Thomas is a Cloud Infrastructure Engineer at Help Lightning and also runs a software consultancy focusing on healthcare and small business applications. He also preaches on occasion.




Haiti School of Biblical Studies


The academic calendar begins each year in October with a one-week intensive class.  Fourclasses are offered in the months of November, December, January and February that meet for eight weeks each on nights and weekends.  A second one-week intensive class is offered in March followed by two classes in April and May for eight weeks each on nights and weekends.  The year concludes with two one-week intensive classes in July.  This format allows us to work with the Haitian school schedule and allow time for students who are employed or attending university to maintain that arrangement.  Based on this schedule a student attending full time will complete their degree, forty courses, in four years.  Students who cannot participate in full time classes may attend part time.  

Year One
Introduction to the New Testament
Introduction to the Old Testament
The Gospels
Personal Evangelism
Greek I
Year Two
Historical Book of the Old Testament
Proverbs/Ecclesiastes/Song of Solomon
Minor Prophets
Prison Epistles
Fundamentals of Biblical Interpretation/Exegesis
Fundamentals of Christian Religion/Apologetics
Nature and Work of the Church
Church History
Greek II
Year Three
Isaiah & Jeremiah
Timothy & Titus
General Epistles
Introduction to Christian Theology
Christian Worldview
Ministry in the Local Church
Organization of Sunday School
Expository Preaching
Year Four
Critical Introduction to the Old Testament
Critical Introduction to the New Testament
Current Religious Teachings
Church Leadership