Skip to comments.NJ MISSIONARY TEAM MISSING IN HAITI
Posted on 01/13/2010 9:25:41 AM PST by Patriot1259
The Trinity United Methodist Church in Hackettstown, NJ is praying for 15 missing members who are in Haiti. The missionaries went to Haiti to deliver medical supplies to Graces Children Hospital in Port-au-Prince.
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Prayers up. I am a former member of this church in Hackettstown and they have been doing this mission team for years.
Also pray for missionary couple, Barb and Patrick Latiadde. Not sure of spelling. Barb is in the hospital with heavy bleeding and Patrick is stuck in rubble. He is alive and they are trying to get him out. They have been able to get food and water to him.
I went to Haiti in college on a humanitarian church mission and stayed in the Methodist mission, high on top of the mountain overlooking the sea port in Port au Prince.
Prayers for this group and their families.
There was something on our news about a Virginia team who’s missing too, but I haven’t been able to track it down. Prayers for them all.
Prayers for the missionary teams and the people they were helping. Prayers for those who are waiting to hear.
Thank God they are back and safe now....but why did they leave, isn’t this when the Haitians need God the most? Perhaps it is better to return back to the States so as to alleviate the burden of rescue workers, but I’m not getting the urgency of their return when they are there in the first place providing services, hope, and faith to an impoverished country. Please don’t think me harsh, I’m just curious how that changed after the earthquake.
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