Monday, September 12, 2011


Thank you so much for all of your prayers for the team as they flew home. We greatly appreciate them.

I am writing to let everyone know the team is home finally. When they arrived in Miami Friday, they had a 4 hour and 50 min. layover before their next flight (you would think this would have been long enough), they went through immigration and then customs like usual. They then boarded their plane and the plane taxied out onto the run way, only to sit there for 1hour and 47 minutes. They were told they were waiting out a rain shower (which they never saw) on the other end of the runway. They saw other planes fly out. Then the pilot announced they needed to refuel, then they were told the plane was having mechanical problems. Probably a good thing they did not fly out. By the time they were allowed to fly out on another plane to LAX, there were no flights from LAX to Seattle. Because of the 3 hour time difference they arrived in LAX at 12:47pm after all fights were over for the night. So Instead of arriving in Seattle Friday night just before midnight, they arrived Saturday morning at 8:45. It seems like no matter who books, professional or otherwise flying just proves to be complicated and undependable coming home from Haiti.

The team all said they had a great trip and felt very blessed and extremely unified. Thank you so much for praying for them while in Haiti. It is such a privilege to be able to help the people of Haiti. Thank you for partnering with us and helping to support the orphanage, schools, churches and medical clinic. Prayer so obviously makes all the difference. Please continue to lift the children, staff, schools, teachers, pastors, churches and medical clinic up in prayer. They are all in the battle spiritually every day.

Many Blessings,


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