Our church brought in a team between my second and third trip. I was supposed to bring in some medical
personnel on my third trip and continue bringing in supplies as requested by Seige. I had hoped to spend
some time in Haiti, but that didn’t work out!
A couple of the medical personnel cancelled at the last minute and one wasn’t able to get her passport in
time so I ended up going in with Wilma, a nurse from our church and Jon, a disciple at the Bowery Mission
in NYC that we have been working with over the past few years. They were both a blessing to all that they
came in contact with.
Wilma was able to spend some time helping at the hospital in Port-au-Prince as well as help Winnie around
CC tent city. She also helped us do some work around the home in the DR. She spent most of her time in
Haiti. Jon helped around the house before going to Haiti for a few days and helping around the tent city.
He then traveled back with me on one of our supply runs and helped at the home again before making our
final run into Haiti before returning home.
God continues to grow the camp and the people and things are progressing quite well. We were able to
meet with Pastor Steve from CC Boston In The City, one of two churches that support CC Port-au-Prince
from the US. Steve is going to be handling the logistics of teams going in from the US and will be the main
contact between the US and Seige.
It was a blessed time for us over the past month or so. We’ll never know this side of heaven just how all
that we did will affect eternity; we pray that it will be a success in God’s economy!
Continue to keep the people of Haiti and CC Port-au-Prince in your prayers as they continue to minister to
those around them who’ve been affected by this disaster.
Only God knows what our involvement will be going forward. There is still a lot to be done and we feel that
we’ve done well in our calling as first responders during this time of crisis. Patrick and Barb are in
Tallahassee going through rehab and Patrick will soon be asking for help and giving us direction on his end.
We have offered to help in any way we can in the future as God directs and will continue to pray and stay
in touch with Seige and do all we can whether we are with them or here in the states. I pray we’ll continue
to help and be able to return soon, but only as God dictates. We currently have a trip planned for March
for medical personnel.