From Southern Baptist Disaster Relief in Haiti…


“Oh me! We just finished Easter morning service and it was so emotional. About 30 people came and we had an amazing service. People from different religions were worshipping the risen Lord. We sang a couple of songs; I read from the book of Mark, and Wanda Mitchell from Chicago sang special music. Donna Holt then gave her testimony. Dr. Mitchell wanted to share what happened in the emergency room next—a car wreck involving six people, most seriously, came in late the night before. One was a little three-year-old baby. The baby was non-responsive and they were losing him. Working on the little boy for about 1 1/2 hours, they knew they couldn’t do any more. Dr Mitchell led the ER nurses in a prayer for the baby; twice they prayed for God to save this little child. Finally the baby started crying, then moving, and may recover completely. There were very few dry eyes in that open field in Haiti when the doctor finished. We then sang “Just As I Am,” had prayer, and dismissed. Neither a loud generator nearby nor planes landing could stop us from worshipping our risen Savior.”
Photo : Eddie Tucker carries the large cross he built for the Easter Sunrise Service at the University of Miami Hospital (UMH) located at the Port-au-Prince airport.

Published by normdave

We live and travel full time in our fifth wheel or cargo trailer. We work for the Lord Jesus Christ in Disaster Relief Ministry. When not doing any of the above we try to have as much fun as we can. Possible items you might find here, in no particular order, dirt bikes, quads, hiking, camping, desert living, building projects, stained glass projects, our family, Bible study, RVing stuff, nutrition comments, and just about anything else we can think of....

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