April 2004 Newsletter

Dear Friends,

(Dictated to Sheryl on the phone from Tricotte.)

Glenn Bridges and I arrived in Haiti Monday afternoon. Looking out our airplane window we saw a military tent city right next to our runway. As we got off the plane and walked to the immigration terminal we were greeted by troops in a jeep. Pastor Diogene was waiting to pick us up. As we drove to our hotel in Port au Prince we saw a lady laying by the side of the road, likely a pedestrian hit by a vehicle, being attended to by military medics and other soldiers standing watch. There were several French military personnel staying at our hotel. Wherever we went, U.N . forces were visible. I don’t think I have ever felt more safe in Haiti. Continue Reading →