I’ve been wanting to write to you for quite some time. I was hoping that the conditions in Haiti would improve and I would have something more uplifting to share. The turmoil in Haiti has only increased. The gangs and the opposition party to the president are controlling the country.
I was in Haiti until September 26 of this year. The conditions were bad while I was there. There was a fuel shortage and I was not able to travel. There were very few trucks entering the market with supplies which triggered a shortage of food. The inflation has skyrocketed and people are without work. Hunger is an issue. Gangs control the streets and make it impossible to get to work. Schools are closed, teachers are without an income, doctors can’t get to the hospitals, hospitals are not getting their supplies, roads are blocked, tolls are demanded, and many are being held up and robbed.
I could go on and on about the crisis but I’m sure that a greater picture is not needed. We must continue to pray for the brethren and the people of the country. God must intervene.
We must continue to pray for the brethren and the people of the country. God must intervene.
Recently I went to South Caicos to help with a building project. A HIM Church was damaged by a hurricane several years ago and there was some unfinished work that needed to be done I was met by James Marchant and we worked to accomplish several projects for the mission there.
I will be making a trip to Gran Turk and spending a few weeks at a Hope International Church in December. I covet your prayers that God would use me and make me a blessing while in Gran Turk.
Thank you for your continued prayers and support,
Missionary Donald Mobley