News and updates of Mission of Hope's Disaster Relief efforts

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Day 4, Brad Johnson

Saturday, January 16, 2010
Gabraelle is 10 years old and sweet as anything. Her leg was broken in two places and needed to be set, she also suffered a head injury and many scrapes and bruises.
While so much aid is coming to Haiti and reports are that it’s not getting out, Mission of Hope has delivered over 250,000 meals since the Earthquake, helped thousands medically. We have a team in that will be drilling water, a team that is working on mobile water sanitation units, a team of surgeons from Ft. Myers Fl., a team of general Docs going out to those in need.

God is using MOH and the HaitiOne Alliance to reach the people of Haiti despite what the news is reporting. The Missions of Haiti are working together like never before. It’s amazing to see how God has Joined the body together through this.

Please keep our staff in your prayers. We still have over 60 staff members that we have not heard from. Our North American staff are wearing down and it’s by God’s Grace and power that we continue on.

As I drove through town yesterday, the devastation was horrific, but the Stories of God saving people was what Shined. There is HOPE. Now our biggest challenge will be how do we recover? There is a mass exodus from Port au prince and many people are going to the country sides. Food shortages are everyone due to all pipelines being broke.

In the days and weeks to come we need your prayers and support. We are supposed to have tents and water coming by air cargo soon. We had a shipment arrive yesterday via air and one this morning. Please pray for Fuel and more supplies.

God bless you

1 comment:

  1. We are praying for you constantly. Thank you for posting these blogs. IT helps me to know how to pray specifically!