Update from Haiti

The times they are a-changin’.

This post seems to be older than 14 years—a long time on the internet. It might be outdated.

This is just a quick update to tell you that first off I am, along with the rest of our team, ok. We are in Port-da-Paix, which is about 125 miles north of Port-au-Prince. At about 4:45pm on Tuesday we felt an small tremor (~3.0 or so on the Richter scale, best guess). We thought it was an isolated and local tremor. As we all now know it was quite more than that.

There really isn’t a lot were are able to do from where we are, so we are going about our project as usual. We get intermedite updates from our hosts as time and information permits. However, this is the worst thing to Haiti in at least 100 years.

My biggest concern right now is getting back home. To get back to the US, we have to take a 45 minute flight into Port-Au-Prince and then catch an an American Airlines flight to Miami. Right now, we don’t know if American Airlines if flying or not.

I’d ask that you pray for the people of Haiti. That you would pray for us and the rest of our trip. And that you pray that God would find us getting home safely.