From ruins to restorationRich Stigall
Alan Dietrich, Live from Haiti
Please allow me to introduce you to some great men and leaders. Tate Williams had been working his own construction business in Utah with his brother when the earthquake hit in Haiti, and he felt the call to go and help with some good friends. Suddenly, he became a master logician, orchestrating The Global Orphan Project’s shipments of food and supplies from the Dominican Republic to Croix de Bouquet in January. The Lord kept calling him back, but to what? Joseph Kesnel has been in construction most of his life In New York and Florida, and then God called him back to his birthplace in Haiti to make a difference. He s been building a construction organization and church and caring for orphans, and then he found himself working with the Global Orphan Project on our first rebuild project after the earthquake. Now, God has shuffled the deck and brought these two men with hearts for the Lord together as Project Leaders over our 10 new villages in Haiti.
We visited today the rubble there will soon be transformed into orphan homes surrounding a church for children in the Dargout area of Port Au Prince. Tate and Joseph will be utilizing some new building methods and materials to bring new life here. From the broken cement and rock will come truth and light and hope. Pray for these men, there is much to be done and God chose these servants well!