Kids..

Some people have asked about the picture of the boy below.  These two children were both at school when the earthquake happened.  They were rescued the next day.  When they pulled them both out neither one of them could remember their names or their parents or where they lived.  No family member had been to the school to find them.  No one could identify them or help them find their families.

Many do not know where we are located.  Here is a google map that shows where we are located from Port-au-Prince. 

 The phone lines are beginning to work.  We were able to get a hold of Enoch mom last night.  She is okay and we are so thankful for that.

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10 Responses to Kids..

  1. [...] 2010What is his story? updateI didn’t know the story of the boy in the picture. Today I know just a little more. But even he doesn’t remember his name.Leave a Comment (0)  /**/How can we help orphans [...]

  2. jeanne says:

    love you licia!! lifting you and all of haiti up in prayers constantly…

  3. Claire Abel says:

    Hopefully when the kids calm down they will at least remember their names.
    Praying for you all. May God’s Grace, Mercy and Love surround you and lift you up.

  4. Jesus, you know his name. Jesus, speak his name and sing over him, Lord… Jesus, I commit this little one to your will & care & glory. Jesus, speak his name, reunite a friend or family member w/him. Place him in the care of Your people.

  5. Carmen says:

    praying

  6. Kayla says:

    Thankful Enoch’s mom is okay.

  7. Lisa Hughes says:

    Stll praying from Canada…day and night

  8. Bekki says:

    So glad ot hear Enoch’s mom is okay – what a load off his heart! You are never far from my thoughts, always in my heart – and praying for some way to get you what you need!

  9. Trish Newton says:

    Are these children from St. Vincent School for the handicapped? They are wearing that schools uniform…I took photos in some of the classes there when I visited in May, and these children look very familiar.

  10. Rob says:

    If they were delivering munitions to a foe, they could get there in seconds. Why not have special parachutes dropping small water containers and small food stores, by the thousands. This way people will not fight over them because they fall everywhere and people would just go to the next waterjug/parachute. Think about us dropping bread to the Kurds in the first gulf war era, they did not have to contend with the ground situation, they just pushed it out of the delivery vehicles in the air. If Obama wanted things done very fast, such a delivery should have been pursued.

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