Pastor Mark Driscoll visits Haiti a year after the natural disaster that struck the already poverty stricken area. For all the AID thaat was sent and concerts held, it wa disheartening to see the amount of wreckage still left behind. While it is a true testament to the Spirit that God can instill in us by watching the people praise and worship and smile. It was still sad to see their government building still in ruins.
Pastor Driscoll said to CNN: “It’s awful to see the lack of progress and awesome to see the spirit of the people there,” he said. He then went on to say, “I think organizationally we were at a point [when the Haiti earthquake happened] where we could be more efficient. As a church grows and has more resources, it has more responsibility. ‘To whom much is given much is expected,’ ” Driscoll said quoting Jesus.
Well what we can not deny is that there is still work to be done so let us not forget to support Haiti when we can and let us remember our prayers are free, we can all do that.