Today started with more shaking as another aftershock rumbled through this region. I do not have much time to detail today’s activities, but Rod and I had another productive day: assessing potential water site up in the hills near Grand Goave and finishing setup for the water treatment system we started on Friday at Mission of Hope. The ministry and community there was very supportive through the setup process, and they were quite appreciative of the clean water, water storage bladder, and tap stands. Harvey, a chaplain with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, joined Rod and I this afternoon as we started the Mission of Hope water system. We prayed for and encouraged volunteers and staff with the ministry in starting the first day of class today, as well as their efforts in food distribution, medical clinics, and orphanage care. I praise God for this opportunity to be involved with delivering good water to the kids and community around this ministry–May He receive all of the glory and praise!
I have started posting pictures at http://haiti.johnagee.com, so be sure to check there for updated images from this trip.
Thanks for your continued prayer. Please continue to ask God that He would provide energy and endurance through these long days–I cannot do this in my strength.
A quick update from Chile: Praise God that Keefe and Paola Daly and their kids are all fine! Paola was in Santiago when the quake hit and will not be able to travel home until roads are reopened. Keefe and their kids have food at home, the house and neighborhood is fine, and they even have pool water from a neighbor to wash and flush toilets with. Pray that they have access to drinking water as it is distributed around their area, and thank you for lifting them and the people of Chile up in prayer!