Tuesday, November 29, 2016

New Photo Update from RMI...

Today is #GivingTuesday. It is a globally celebrated day of giving back. It's a call-to-action for people to give to the causes that are near and dear to their heart. How will you give today? Your gift to RMI will make an eternal impact and enable us to minister through our many programs to Haitians, especially those so severely impacted by Hurricane Matthew. Thousands are still without roofs or shelters and just as many are hungry. We are helping meet those needs as well as helping them get back on their feet by providing seeds, farming tools and goats. Your gift WILL make a difference in many people's lives. Please consider RMI in your charitable giving today and at the end of the year. http://ift.tt/2gFklbP

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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Photo Post

Thanks to many of you, we were able to serve a meal to some hungry school children yesterday. If you want to know how you can help, check it out at http://feed2.org/
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Friday, November 04, 2016

A Photo Update from RMI...

Beacon EFC team has arrived in Cayes, Haiti for their week of work. We're expecting hard work and changed lives! Pray! Beacon/Morency Partnership #rmihaiti

Thursday, November 03, 2016

A Photo Update from RMI...

Tales of survival: The pastor of the Boyer church shared his family’s experience: “It was midnight when the hurricane winds started. I woke up and got out of bed. I heard the second floor of my house, the one that I use for school, fall down. After a couple minutes, I heard the roof of the church fall down and metal sheets blowing around everywhere outside. I didn’t know what to do but I kept crying out, “Jesus, I am in your hands”. It was very dark and I couldn’t see because there was no electricity. We were so scared, we even forgot where we put the flashlight. Because it was dark, and the winds were very high outside, we couldn’t go anywhere to take refuge. The scariest thing happened at 3 a.m. The ocean waters came into the house and start filling the parsonage. I became so afraid, I decided that we needed to leave the house to find shelter but the winds were really high. Finally, it was so dangerous in the house that we didn’t have a choice. My wife and I were obliged to go up the hill to a widow from the church and take refuge in her home. When I went home after the hurricane, I found everything flooded under the ocean water. However, even though we lost everything, the most important thing for me was that God saved us. We praise His name for that.”