Haiti, Here We Come!

It’s a DC3, and I’m headed to Haiti again with a bunch of students from Ole Miss. We have just finished drilling some wells and are putting water purification units on them. We will also be teaching and encouraging a lot of orphans in Cap Hatian and Benjamin. Hopefully, we can enroll many of them for sponsorship in order for them to get an education, food and shelter.

When I have internet, I will try to share a few stories with you. I’d appreciate your prayers for safety in Haiti and in the air (this is an old airplane).

I was moved by this statement that I read today from Richard Paul Evans. It will make you think.

“American culture is a curious thing. We fret over a sport star’s twisted ankle or the ill-fated marriage of celebrities, yet lose no sleep over a hundred million children living in the streets.”

About Milt

Milton Jones is the President of Christian Relief Fund in Amarillo, Texas. In his work there, he has focused on the care of AIDS orphans in Sub-Sahara Africa. He has also served as a preacher and campus minister in both Texas and Washington. Milton has authored eight books including a touching tale of one of his heroes with Cerebral Palsy, Sundays With Scottie. He is married to Barbie Jones and has two sons, Patrick and Jeremy.
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