A ministry team in Haiti faces testing.

By December 1, 2005

Haiti (MNN)–The poverty in Haiti has led to desperate measures to get money.

OMS International’s Haiti team reports they seem to have been targeted. A partner through the Emmaus Fellowship of Churches was robbed at gunpoint, although no one was hurt.

According to OMS’ website, Pastor Christian Joseph Altidor has been associated with OMS since OMS entered Haiti. His house was one of several in his neighborhood that was visited by a gang of 15 armed thieves recently. They ransacked the house and took personal and ministry funds.

Not long after, the Maranatha Church in Vaudreuil had their sound system and other items stolen. The thieves were scared off as they were attempting to steal a generator from the pastor’s home. Again, no one was injured.

However, please pray for the Lord’s provision and for family members and their safety. While not directly interrupting their outreach, the violation of the homes has created a few problems for the team members.

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