So much has happened since January 12, when a magnitude 7.0 earthquake rocked Port-au-Prince, it’s hard to know what to share and where to begin. We could talk of the sheer scale of the disaster, a city in ruins, tens of thousands of lost lives, even more who have been left homeless and destitute.
We could share individual stories of sorrow and loss, how Daniel Thalisimo, full of joy and anticipation after setting his wedding date the previous evening, lost his fiancée when the school she attended collapsed.
We could tell of God’s protection, how Pastor Diogene and the church leadership prayed as the church walls fell around them, and how God rescued them. Or how Michelin felt such a strong urging from the Holy Spirit that he got down off of the roof where he was working and went home early, just moments before the earthquake struck. Continue Reading →