Missions

Prayer and Praise

Mother Gladys White McCarthy

 posted by: Ebenezer United Methodist on 7/10/2018

The Ebenezer UMC Family extends its sincerest condolences to Bro. Lorenzo McCarthy and Family for the loss of their beloved Mother. We are keeping the family lifted in prayer. Read More

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Sis. Deloris Ashley

 posted by: Ebenezer United Methodist on 7/8/2018

The Ebenezer UMC Family is lifting Sis. Ashley in prayer as she recovers. Read More

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Bro. Leroy and Sis. Lucy Lucas

 posted by: Ebenezer United Methodist on 7/8/2018

The Ebenezer UMC Family is lifting Bro. and Sis. Lucas and their family in prayer during their illness. Read More

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Sis. Jackie Schell

 posted by: Ebenezer United Methodist Church on 7/7/2018

The Ebenezer UMC Family is lifting Sis. Schell in prayer as she recovers at home. Read More

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Daughter & Family

 posted by: Anon on 6/27/2018

Please pray for my 16-year-old daughter as she deals with an eating disorder. Please pray that she be healed and for help getting through the healing process. Please also pray for my wife and me, that we best support our daughter and each other... Read More

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Haiti Mission Trips - In January of 2010, a violent earthquake shook the most populated area of Haiti, and the world watched in horror as the media revealed the widescale death and destruction. Already the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, Haiti had no way to recover on its own. In the following months, numerous volunteers and millions of dollars poured in to assist the relief efforts, yet the needs still outnumbered the resources. 

In some regions, estimates predict over 70% of the structures fell during the primary quake and subsequent aftershocks. In the end, some towns lost more than 20% of the population.

Today, many of the aid organizations have left, yet the country continues to severely struggle. In the Port-Au-Prince region, unemployment hovers at a staggering 80%, and thousands of people continue to dwell in tent cities.

 

 

 

 

 

Haiti 2018
January 1, 2018 - December 31, 2018