HEARTLINE STILL IN THE TRENCHES

Posted: January 30, 2010 in Uncategorized
It is 5:00 PM but feels more like 10:00 PM.  It has been a busy day and in addition to going to the inner city and bringing in people for the clinic, we have been busy getting and giving supplies, taking people to a hospital located at the airport, and transporting patients between the clinic (women’s center) and field hospital (boys’ house).  We also are fixing broken things, of which there is a lot. We have a couple of people who daily are spending much time at the U.S. Consulate, trying to get the remainder of our children into the States.  Please pray that this happens.

I took a some pictures today and one in particular is a bit unsettling.


The first picture is of a young lady that was cooking during the earthquake and she sustained some painful burns.

The second picture is of a little girl who just today has blocks fall on her feet.  I know the third picture is hard to look at, but it is what happen when the cement blocks fell on her feet.

We have been able to get some items donated and have made up 60 packets for our workers.  Each packets contained: Rice, beans, canned tuna and canned meat, juice, milk, toilet tissue and each person received two tarps.

Check out Beth’s pictures by clicking here

Heartline continues to bring healing and hope to the people that enter our door.
Thank you for making this possible. 
Click here to us help financially as we keep moving forward.

John McHoul

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Comments
  1. Sandy says:

    I have been following your reports since the earthquake. I truly do not know what to say. My heart is heavy for all who are living this nightmare. I am often ashamed of myself for the little, insignificant things that I complain about. Please know that you all are in my prayers. I have been amazed at the great character of the the Haitian people, and at the giving of self from each and everyone of you. I would suppose that praise is not a thing which you look for, but I have to give it this once. I ask that God continue to amaze you and lift your spirits daily. Much Love, Your sister in Christ.

  2. John says:

    Thank you!!!

  3. Sherri says:

    Love the gift boxes! I know it brought a smile to their faces!Continually praying!

  4. John says:

    Sometimes it seems that we do so much for others and we forget our faithful workers.

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