Hi Seth. These are moments when AIM shines. Praying for you.
Responding to the Haitian earthquake
Thank you to everyone who has been praying and sharing concern for our neighbors in Haiti. As we speak we are coordinating with other NGO’s here in San Juan to mount an emergency response to those affected by the earthquake that occurred yesterday evening (see previous posts). Four hours Southwest from our home of San Juan lays the Dominican city of Jimani which is only about 40 miles east from the hardest hit area of Haiti. Our hope is to be able to travel to Jimani early tomorrow morning, bringing supplies with us.If the borders are not too difficult, Miguel will attempt to get in as far as possible and access the nearest need closest to the Dominican border. We imagine smaller, poorer towns will have massive devastation as well due to inadequate structural integrity even though they are further out from the epicenter. The primary goal is to bring first response relief to those in need, supplies such as food, blankets, shelters, and basic health care will be needed. Our secondary goal is to identify communities in which we can get involved in long term rebuilding. In both of these cases, we request prayer for the LORD’s leading of our effort and favor, and we also ask for partnership in funding our response. Please consider joining in our work to respond to this great brokenness with the LOVE of CHRIST.
Is thier anyway I can help Seth physically
Dear Daddy Seth,
We are praying for victims people of Haiti.
May God provide all things which they have greatly need in difficult time.We are also praying for your mission work and all your team members.
I’m squirming in my classrooms! Itching to get on a plane or row boat and help in Haiti! Just emailed the dean of chapel asking about a possible relief trip for Spring Break.
I am a Registered Nurse and would like to go with a team. Thanks for all you do.