November 4, 2013
by Eric Stillman
The following is reprinted from the February 2, 2010 Pulse. This Sunday, we will be sending a team of missionaries down to Haiti. Haiti, a country that was already impoverished, was made much more so by the January 2010 earthquake. The post below, written by Albert Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, recounted a story that took place in the Haitian earthquake.
Arno was inseparable from Mr. Penguin. The little Haitian boy was almost three years old, and the plush penguin with the word ‘œlove‘ inscribed upon it was his most treasured object. The orphan and his penguin were always seen together....Keep Reading
July 30, 2013
by Amely Cross
‘œAct justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with your God.‘ (Micah 6:8)
Haiti is the poorest country in the western hemisphere, with 80% of the population living below the poverty level. After the 2010 earthquake, the people, their lives and the physical structures surrounding them were forever changed. Students did not have a place to go to school, families were torn apart by death, and homes were destroyed. Some did not lose anything because they did not have anything to begin with. In the midst of all of this the people of Haiti are managing to rebuild not only the material loss, but their lives in general.
So what happens after we read things like this, hear about it on the radio or in conversation, or watch something on the news about this?...Keep Reading