PGBC Mission Trip to Haiti!!
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1) Thoughts and prayers appreciated for our medical mission trip to Haiti! Ready to board with Wanda Lamm 🙏🏼✈️ — with Stephanie Upchurch, Jack Frazier and Rebecca Fisher.
2) Miami airport waiting to fly to Haiti for our adventures to begin
3) Great day at the orphanage we used to sponsor. Set up medical clinic and checked out all the kids❤️ The girl in green dress is Stephanie❤️ They remembered us from last time !
4) These are the bathrooms that we dug a septic tank for three years ago when we were here!
5) That is water in the bag they give to people at the clinic. The blue building is a bathroom. The water runs all along the village and they bath, play and use it for lots of things and it is very dirty. We are so lucky to have what we have and take for granted a lot of the time.
6) The baby I helped deliver — a little boy
7) We have armed guards protecting us ❤️
8) This is where a lot of the people wash their clothes and take baths!
9) The last pic is trash beside of road. They have no trash system so it is just piled up everywhere and then burned!
10) The medical clinic we worked and stayed at. The last time I was there it was just a small house and now they have a big new clinic ❤️
11) I slept in the new OR room so I didn’t keep everyone up snoring
12) This man right here drove us around all week and translated for us. He also kept me from falling in the water and sliding down the mountain we climbed ❤️His name is Jude and we knew him from last time. He is a great man
Baptists on Mission / HURRICANE FLORENCE DISASTER RELIEF
PLEASE WATCH THE FOLLOWING VIDEOS ON THE DISASTER RELIEF BY BAPTISTS ON MISSION
VIDEO 1: "When I think of Baptists on Mission, the word I think of is gratitude." NC Governor Roy Cooper thanks NC Baptists for not only rebuilding people's homes but rebuilding their lives as well.
VIDEO 2: Phil Martin of the North Carolina Baptist Men with tips on cleaning up after a disaster.
You can go to the Baptist on Mission website (baptistsonmission.org) for more information about how they are helping to make lives better when it seems that all hope is lost.
The following PDF pages from the Baptist on Mission magazine tells of some of the extraordinary work that volunteers from all over are providing to help those in need. You can contact Jack Frazier, 919-673-8201 or 919-868-1673 or online to baptistonmission.org for any other necessary information.