Our purpose and vision is to stand with and love out Haitian brothers and sisters as life in Haiti is very challenging
spiritually, politically, physically, and economically.  I am reminded of the Apostle Paul's  affirmation to Christians
"Love must be sincere.  Hate what is evil; cling to what is good.  Be devoted to one another in brotherly love.  Honor
one another above yourselves.  Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord.  Be joyful in
hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer.  Share with Gods people who are in need.  Practice hospitality."   
Romans 12:9-13
Every time you and I offer prayers, a helping hand and financial help, we are honoring others above ourselves while
giving joy and hope.  Together we are making a significant difference in the lives of a Haitian Pastor, his faithful
flock and his mission field
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January 30, 2010 ***Update***

Friends of Haiti~

The following script is cut/past emails that I had with Jojo this morning.  The two pictures are one of his hand
and broken arm, the second is part of the first floor of their home where he was pulled out of after 12 hours of
digging; all the while thinking the house was going to finish collapsing!  As you may remember, this is the same
house where their Gardner, an elderly man they took in to live with them years ago, was killed during the

the house after the hearthquake and a picture of my hand

Thank you Jojo, how are you getting food, water, and shelter?

God help us to find food water etc... but we don't find any assistance from the haitian goverment or from
international assistant in this time everything is ok,even if we are sleeping under the stars.

Did you and Pastor receive the money sent this week? (The Faith Mission Board wired some money Tuesday
of this week that had recently be given specifically for immediate food and shelter relief for children and families)

we don't receive it yet and we don't know who did send it.

The US FM (Faith Mission) Board is sending $1,500 US dollars to Pastor VilleJuene (Jojo in a nephew, now
33 years old, and was raised by Pastor VilleJuene) through Pastor John (our other Pastor in PAP who we have
been able to reach via cell phone; he lost his home as well).

thank you ,pastor john has it but he doesn't give it yet to pastor villejeune because of the trouble there is in the

Ok, what day will you get it and what trouble in the bank?

we don't know the day ,actually there is a long line and a lot of people who comes to make transaction

Our prayer for you is that you will keep your eyes on the Lord and not on your great trouble!  Let Him be your
strength!  We love all of you and hope to be with you in April.  We are praying for your safety and deliverance
from the evil that is all around you; on every side!  You represent His Church during a very dark and desperate

With Love,
Pastor Craig

Jojo must have been at an internet café for these emails as they have no electricity, even before the earthquake,
they operated off of a bank of car batteries that stored electricity during the times it was on.  One of the things I
love about the Haitian people is that they are very resourceful and can fix nearly anything using whatever is
available to them.

Some of you have sent money www.faithmissioninc.com to Faith Mission, Inc. P.O. Box 161 Needmore, Pa.
17238 via the mail designating for either immediate relief or rebuild. THANK YOU!  

There is a small team of us planning to go in April, we previously wanted to go in February, but that now seems
impractical because there are currently no domestic flights to Haiti nor is there safe transportation on to Jeremie
(Faith Mission’s headquarters) once we got there.

Thanks again for your love and prayers for Haiti,

Craig Rosentrater

January 21, 2010  ***Update***

From Pastor Saint-Louis JEAN

Dear Board Members,

I received s special call from the Distric of Abricots where I spent 25
years, the church the church is almost fall down. The christians can't have
service in it. Before the earthquake, it had many splits,fissures in the
ground and in the walls.That Church was a gift of Pstor Noah knep's church
and a school of six rooms , it has now 430 students. Abricots is a great
District , please if you could communicate this e-mail to the Members of
Pastor Noah Knep's Church to help us again to rebuild that church which has
36 years,we would appreciate their help.

Many houses have many splits: Pastor Nelson and Smith Bazile house, the
Center in which Sister Raymonde is living, peronnage of Marfranc, the Church
of Lorry and other Stations, Pastor Gene's house.

               May God bless you all

                                 Pastor Saint-Louis JEAN

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