The earthquake that hit Haiti on January 12, 2010, resulted in widespread destruction and chaos. Buildings of the government, schools, universities, churches, commercial institutions, and homes crumbled and become piles of debris. More than 230,000 were killed, an estimated 300,000 people were injured, and nearly 250,000 homes were either destroyed or damaged, displacing more than 1 million people.
But the Church in Haiti rose up amid the rubble. And, April 1-6, 2012, I have the opportunity to serve as a volunteer missionary alongside a team of 10 high school students and 3 adults from Stonecreek Church. We are setting aside our Spring Break holiday to help rebuild and offer hope to the Church in Haiti and her most vulerable children through our partnership with Compassion International.
Your donation is an intangible investment in the life experience of students and leaders of students who feel set apart to serve the Lord as a volunteer missionary to Haiti. Each of our team members is committed to trusting God with the resources needed to send them to minister among Haiti's most vulnerable children and families.
Will you consider helping our volunteer missionaries reach their individual goals of raising $1,650 for this missionary experience? You can give as little as $10, fully fund one missionary for $1,650 or give any amount as God leads you.
To learn more and to give securely/conveniently online, visit our team's fundraising page.
Thank you for your generosity and prayers as we make preparations in faith for this missionary endeavor.