New Bible in Haitian Creole released

by jgoode Friday July 2, 2010 marked a historic day in Haiti for lovers of God's Word the Bible. At the first in a series of 12...

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Tin Huts Photo Updates

Here is a short photo-report on the Tin Huts. It's in Spanish, but the images speak volumes. This image collection shows us the steps of...

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Tweeted Construction Updates

John Goode, the special in Haiti has begun to publish Twitter updates about the Tin Houses construction. If you want to keep up with what's...

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More Little Tin Houses Construction Images

A new set of images that has come in from the Little Tin Houses. They should protect our brothers from the rainy season, but if...

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A Few Memorial Notes

Hi everyone. I am sure you had a good memorial. In Cutupu we had 211 with 50 publishers. 1/2 of those out side the hall...

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Photo Report — Haiti Relief

This one came in a few weeks ago, but it's still relevant, as this very effort is currently underway, as the previous post showed. See...

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“They don’t just talk about helping, they really do it.”

Knowing your keen interest in Haiti and its current problems, on reading this report this morning I felt you would enjoy it as much as...

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Visiting a Refugee Camp

A brother who participated in the Jimani effort went to Haiti to see about the seeds he'd hoped he'd planted during said effort. His report...

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The Little Tin Houses

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Here is an image-update about what is going on with the reconstruction effort for our brothers. They call them "transitional homes" as they are only...

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Jehovah’s Witnesses’ relief efforts in Haiti highlight international unity

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Brother Don Elwell (one of the first on the scene after the quake) received the chance to write the following article for DominicanToday.com. You will...

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New Chile Update

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A quick note we received. On Saturday, February 27, 2010, an earthquake hit central Chile and the city of Concepcion. The coastal areas were hit the...

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March Updates

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Much has been happening in Haiti and the rest of the world. As you all know a new quake in Chile has focused attention on...

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Jameson Update

Some of you may have been wondering what has been happening to Jameson from Steve's Experiences here and here. Last we heard he was still incapable of...

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Quake Update — Chile

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Dear Friends: We just got word from Chile from the brothers that so far there is no confirmed news of brothers losing their lives.  We...

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Steve’s Videos

Steve has found a few videos on his camera from the Jimani effort. They're very short but we thought you might enjoy them. Watch them...

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Overwhelming Love — A Few Updates

In all the chaos and mess going on in Haiti, one thing is clearly emerging: the love of our brothers. But many have also been underestimating...

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Rest and Recovery

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How are our wounded brothers and sisters doing? As you've heard, they are being taken care of in the public hospitals as well as in...

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Our I.V. Assignment in Haiti

Here is a short but sweet letter from Bob & Heidi with lots of pictures. It's a PDF file, so you can read it in...

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Slideshow in Spanish

Due to its popularity, here is a version of the slide-show en Espanol. Click here for the English...

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Images of our brothers [Spanish]

Another slide-show of our brothers in Haiti. In Spanish. Haiti Jw...

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Slideshow

At last we can publish the slide show about the relief work that was done between Jan 15th to 23rd 2010 at the Haiti border...

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Highest cases of amputations for a natural disaster ever

The Haiti Quake quite possibly has the highest amount of amputations for a natural disaster in recorded history. Never before have so many people lost...

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Steve’s Experience part II

Anthony explaining to a group of Haitians why we cant give them a ride. Military check points every 5km. Exceptions for being made for haitians with no papers only if they were injured. Heart breaking.

Click here for part I. --------------------------------------------- There was a massive pile of empty coffins in the courtyard of the hospital. Every now and again, 2 guys would...

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Steve’s Experience part I

One of the volunteers, Steven, wrote down his experience. It is very long, but worth every word. We're still adding pictures, but go ahead and...

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