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I don’t usually write blog post very often that’s more Olivia’s area of expertise but at this time I feel I should say something in regard to the hurricane that happened in Hati. First of all, thank you to everyone who has been praying. We know that we had a lot of people lifting up their voices in prayer and it meant so much to us to have the body of Christ unite in prayer. Everyone is safe, praise God! There were no injuries or casualties that we have heard of, but there was a lot of destruction and devastation to the projects that we are involved with. Dad says that there are months of rebuilding and recovering from this hurricane, some Haitians have even said that it was the worst hurricane they’ve ever see.

 

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Haiti has been the recipient of so many devastation’s within the last decade, earthquakes, hurricanes, droughts, etc. But one thing that the country of Haiti has proven, is that its natives are experts at bouncing back and recovering from such devastation. We should continue to pray that the people of Haiti would see the hand of God in the midst of all of this. That the result of this tragedy would bring people to their knees and looking for answers. Many times it takes times like these where we’ve reached rock bottom to finally put our attention and focus on the Lord. Haiti is in need of your prayers your resources and your hands. I truly believe the Lord blesses us so that we in turn can be blessing to those around us. “Sometimes God lets you hit rock bottom so that you will discover that He is the ROCK at the bottom” ~ Dr. Tony Evans

“The LORD is my rock, my fortress, and my savior; my God is my rock, in whom I find protection. He is my shield, the power that saves me, and my place of safety.” Psalm 18:2

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