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JL's Journal

February 28, 2010

The following pictures are a potpourri of the many people and sundry ways they were able to be involved in helping out in the relief efforts. God can use every available talent in some way to make an “Impact of Hope” on people through the love and compassion of Christ.

Haiti Earthquake Photos #6

In His Healing Love,

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The following pictures show the emotional bonding that took place medically and spiritually between the Medical staff and the patients they treated. The stories of these people are forever etched in our hearts!

Haiti Earthquake Photos #5

In His Healing Love,

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The following series of pictures I took focus on some of the precious babies, children and young people who where hurt by the earthquake. Some were nearly dead by malnourishment because their mothers could not give them breast milk. Each one of the “least of these” deeply touched all of our hearts.

Haiti Earthquake Photos #4

In His Healing Love,

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THE PLACE OF THE CROSS

As we seek a holistic Biblical view of The Passion of the Christ, we must not overlook any detail - regardless of how small it may seem. Every aspect of this story can teach us valuable spiritual lessons. This is especially true when we take time to examine the “Place of the Passion.” As we look at the specific location of Christ’s crucifixion, we realize very quickly that this was not just any ol’ place in Palestine! It was not just some hillside randomly picked by the Romans to hurriedly carry out this unexpected execution. This was a very specific spot that God had been preparing for the millennia of eternity!

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February 27, 2010

This series of pictures show us going out almost daily to pick up patients needing surgery at the Double Harvest Hospital. We improvised a truck-ambulance to pick up severely injured people from both the largely destroyed General Hospital in downtown Port-au-Prince as well as the “Tent Hospital” at the end of the airport runway managed by the University of Miami.

Haiti Earthquake Photos #3

In His Healing Love,

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