Hurricane Matthew Disaster Relief

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Times in Haiti are tough on a regular day, let alone when you have 140 mph winds breathing down your neck and flooding rains making everything difficult if not impossible.

 

This is the typical construction of a Haitian house

Housing construction, for the most part, is sticks interwoven and then covered by a mix of mud and cement. The roofs are oftentimes palm fronds and very prone to leak. If they can afford tin, 80 mph will remove it efficiently. There is suffering, but I’m excited because there is also hope. There are so many promises in the Bible when we encounter trouble and hardship. The greater the trial, the greater the help required from God. In Isaiah 43:2 says, God says, “When you pass through the waters, I will be with you, when you pass through the rivers, they will not sweep over you.” Please believe and pray this with us; we know God will not abandon His people He died to save.

Everyone we have talked to in Haiti is doing fine, and they are experiencing a lot of rain. Wind is high in the middle of Haiti but not 140 mph like has been reported other places. Keep these precious people in your prayers, and we will pray too as we do our part as you send us to help the Haitian people.

We have many on-going projects in Haiti, and we’ll be involved in providing relief for those in need. Thank you for helping the Haitian people.

If you’d like to donate to help with relief efforts, you can use the convenient “donate” button below to give securely online, or you can also mail a check made payable to “Gospel for Haiti” to Gospel for Haiti, 3031 Smyrna Rd., Ozark, MO 65721

 

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