Freites: April 2018

My dearest Jorge,

Here are some of the children we want to start with which are both financially and physically challenged.

1) Child one is Angelo Lugo his 14 years old and needs hip and feet surgery. Family is extremely poor, the family has two disabled children and struggling to make ends meet.

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Freites: October 2014

Dear CMM family,

We recently came together with one hundred and fifty children and adults, among them were widows, orphans and elderly people. This particular village is in the South part of the Island, is very poor and has no means of support.  Food, water and shelter are very scarce. There are four orphans that lost their father lately when he fell out of a coconut, leaving a family in a great poverty. The mother had to give her two boys away, she kept her girls with her. We need food and medicine.

Please give to the children of the Dominican Republic, any contribution would help in order to feed this families.

Thank you for your generosity.

Veronica Freites

Freites August 2014

To God be all the glory,

Our conference was above and beyond expectations. I posed a challenge to our Midwife and Doulas to be on TV and speak in a conference, and to say the least, lives were changed.

After our 3 day conference which included a large church in the other part of the city; Doctors spoke loudly about following the gentle birth procedures we taught, a young doctor said she did most of her births out of routine, never really feeling too much compassion for her patients; but after listening and seeing in our conference a more gentle humanized birth, she begun to do births in this way. Now she says, “I feel more complete and good about my births.” Continue reading

Freites August 2014

Here are some pictures of our historical Downtown area, lots of rich world history, walk to, supermarkets, theaters , gift shops and more.  We can accommodate up to 12 in beds, but you can always bring blow up mattress if you would like, then 20 or more can sleep!  I have been hosting teams in DR for ten years now, so your in good hands. We have cooks, and you can do your laundry as well.


Freites August 2014

In the photos are my assistant/ intern, Escarly, and others sold out to saving lives. Escarly, the one in pink, said to me, “Your God will be my God, your people my people and where you go I will follow.” She stands by me regardless of long hours of work, sometimes having to walk, staying in hospitals long hours, working with pregnant ladies, you name it, she’s by my side! Keep us in your prayers! God is opening doors from the North, South, East and West!!!!

Freites: April 2013

Veronica Freites
A Missionary to the Dominican Republic

I have been ministering in the Dominican Republic for almost eight years now, that the lost may be saved at all cost!

My vision for the Dominican people:

  • to form disciples and plant churches,
  • feed the hungry in needy and deprived areas with poverty, prostitution, homelessness and a thirst for the living word,
  • it is also in my heart to invite medical groups from around the world to donate their time and effort to improve the health of the poor and needy, because healthcare is unreachable to most and this would be a real God send to our people of the Dominican Republic.

Freites: December 2010

Veronica Freites has several congregations to Spanish natives and also to Haitian earthquake refugees. She has a new church built by MorningStar teams. She helps in job training skills and literacy efforts, along with establishing home cell groups and leadership training.

Veronica is working in rural areas but recently has been working with Haiti earthquake victims. She has a childhood friend married to the Secretary of State and so has helped visiting teams speak on TV, radio, and minister with great favor in that nation. She has planted several churches, mainly to Hispanics, but several to Haitians living in the DR. Her finances have not been regular and so it has limited her ability to grow a strong, consistent presence in ministry there

We have sent medical teams, mid-wife teams, (Lisa Aman, from MorningStar, has been leading teams there for several years. Jordan Swingle has visited there too). David White has been 2-3 times himself and teams from Wilkesboro have gone over the last 2-3 years. We also have sent many ministry and youth teams, all wanting to return to bless the locals.

Veronica rents a three building villa/compound by the ocean for $500.00 a month. It can sleep 30 people. MFM is sending a team there in late April, including Dennis McIntee, Lance Wallnau’s assistant, to conduct a business/government seminar along the 7 Mountain Mandate. In the evenings we will conduct ministry training for pastors and leaders.


Monthly support is low and inconsistent. She needs about $2,000. Per month.
She has land paid for to build a church,(construction estimates are $15,000. CMM has learned that before money is spent on construction that a legal entity is wise, to preserve continuity and insure that a pastor’s kids don’t inherit a property and decide to ‘go to Disneyland’ with the sale of it. In addition, a local, native board is established to spread the counsel.
Funds to do the legal work may run $1,000-$1,500.