Dr. Chuck Davis of Caribbean Vision Ministries gives the following update regarding Haiti:
On February 27 we will be sending a 24-foot truck and a 40-foot container filled with relief aid by ship to Cap Haitien, Haiti. The truck will drive directly to Port-au-Prince to deliver supplies to the point of need. The supplies in the container destined for Port-au-Prince will be separated and then delivered by the truck on a second trip.
Also in the container will be two 12×20 foot housing units to be located and erected in Davarin to serve as temporary quarters for 45 children at the House of Hope orphanage while we work on building a permanent facility for the orphanage. The funds for this project and the team members to carry out the labor for the project come primarily from Crossroads Community Church and Connect2Ministries located in Southern CA. Pastor Greg Barshaw is the Executive Director of Connect2Ministries and will lead the team from California. We appreciate their partnership in this effort.
This GO2Haiti Team will serve in Haiti in March for ten days, March 12-22. The first part of the trip will see team members erecting the orphanage housing, interviewing & evaluating the children at the House of Hope for future ministry aid, ministering to churches in the Cap Haitien area and teaching the Pastors at Grace Theological Institute. GBIM missionary Larry DeArmey will be on the team and will teach a four day module on the book of Revelation.
The last four days of the trip will be spent with Pastor Eddy Bezin in Port-au-Prince. The team will aid in relief items distribution or other areas of ministry as needed. Time will be spent on evaluating the situation in Port-au-Prince and how Caribbean Vision Ministries & Connect2Ministries can best help in delivering aid and teams to the area for the remainder of 2010.
We have a number of ministry and medical teams waiting to work with us as soon as we are ready to receive them. We are thankful for the great response of people in the US who are so willing to give of their time, talents and money to aid the Haitian people.
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