Sunday, October 5, 2008

Something So Big

After waiting for three days for the weather to clear, N3181Q took off for Haiti at 8:29 this morning. Veteran pilot Dan Erneston was on hand to provide valued logistical support to the crew throughout the day.

Through a tracking device we were able to monitor their flight over the beautiful Atlantic Ocean. The song "There is something about the ocean' comes to mind. The first leg was from Jupiter Florida to Nassau Bahamas. They cleared customs, topped off their fuel and headed to Stella Maris, the last leg of their trip from Stella Maris to Provo. Tomorrow the pilots, Matt Holeton and Travis Parker, will fly one more route from Provo in the Turks & Caicos to Port-au-Prince, Haiti and then the real work begins. After they arrive in Haiti, we will track their flights every day and provide flight details.

So many of you have been a part of this ministry through prayer and financial support and now you will be able to virtually experience the actual missions serving the desperate people of Haiti. After watching the news footage today and hearing the message at Christ Fellowship about "Impacting the world with the love AND the message of Jesus Christ", we are even more committed to this endeavor. Thank you for you continued prayers and support and stay tuned!!


Lynda Lippin said...

Glad to see your work for the people of Haiti. We live in Turks and Caicos and have befriended many Haitians. Thank you!

Lynda Lippin, Pilates and Reiki

lori moise said...

HI!! As a missionay in rural Haiti that was greatly affected by the floods, I only have two words:

T H A N K Y O U ! ! ! ! ! !

I'll spread the word about you being here to those I know.

May the Lord richly bless your ministry as you bless others!