We got 10 gallons of gas left for the generator and there is no more gas in Cabaret.

There is no gas in Port-au-Prince.

Food and water are very scarce.

Prices for everything have

Charles went to PAP today. He could barely describe what he saw, “The flood was nothing.” He said that the houses on the side of the mountains either collapsed or completely fell through the ground as the ravine opened up. He said road were blocked by piles of dead people pulled from the wreckage. Our school in PAP collapsed on itself, they think people are still inside but no one can help. Most government buildings, a lot of the U.N. force and many, many people… gone. As the earthquake passed through yesterday, any infustructure Haiti had… gone. “PAP is down… everything… no food, no water, no gas, no help.”

I can’t sleep.  I keep having this dream of falling and violently wake up.
Our medical clinic was packed all day, still is. It is a very bloody scene. Compound fractures, giant gashes and they keep flooding in. On beds, backs, wood. They are now getting here from PAP, at least a 20 mile hike.

The team from Savannah has a man named Jose who is an engineer for Gulf Streamliners. Friday morning, the team will have a military convoy escorting them to PAP and they will fly out on one of those planes. 14 seats, 14 savannahians.

We still don’t know what will happen next here. We just keep trying to help people in the clinic. I think the plane coming will bring us some aid. 

We need intentional prayers. Contact your friends, get together and pray hard. PAP prolly will turn in a refugee camp whenever help finally gets here. There are many dead and far more dying.

I’ve never felt sorrow like this.



I just took an hour break from writing. Another huge aftershock. Everyone ran out of the house.

I think this sorrow is making me physically sick. The Earth keeps moving. My head keeps spinning.

I feel so much distress that my heart physically hurts and seems to skip beats.

I switch from tears to goosebumps, back and forth.

Latest News: It is gunna get too dangerous here, we are gunna try and get out...
Tara
01/13/2010 22:53

I am so sorry for the horror that has been experienced in Haiti. Many prayers are being offered round the world. Do you know of anyone who has word on Hope for Littlest Angels of Haiti orphanage?

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Jaimie Pastori
01/13/2010 23:19

gosh jer, thank you for your honest updates. i can only imagine seeing that detestation first-hand. praying for you all constantly.

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Diane Nguyen
01/14/2010 00:06

Thank you for writing this post. You guys are in my prayer. God Bless.

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Anna Fiona
01/14/2010 02:18

We serve a God with no limits. Although you might feel you are limited, you serve a God who is just, kind and is omnipresent, especially in the sorrow.

No where more will his voice be hear louder and his heart be felt deeper than where you are now.

Our prayers are with you, I've asked Tearfund to be praying for you too.

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Richard Anderson
01/14/2010 05:13

Hello, Jeremy and Jay, all of us are thinking of you and praying for everyone there. We are in exam week now, but next week the school is going to organize a service project for Haiti. We are all so proud of both of you and what you are doing there. We just wanted you to know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Mr. Anderson, Mr. Collins, Coach A.

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denise wright
01/14/2010 05:42

hello jeremy. i went to school with your aunt sharon. (denise wright). my husband and i saw a snip of the news report last night and recognized your mother. would like to get in touch with jenny for information in donating funds. our prayers are with you all.

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dan franklin
01/14/2010 05:51

jeremy im praying for you homey.

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deborah kennedy
01/14/2010 06:19

"but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar with wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint." Isiah 40:31

I'm praying this for you, Jeremy!! God will lift up your head. He has you there for such a time as this.

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Chuck & Judy Scott
01/14/2010 06:31

Jay & Diana,
We can't even imagine how devastating things are. Jay,we talked to your mom and are reading your blog. We are praying that God gives you wisdom to know what you are to do. We love you,
Chuck & Judy

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Natasha Henry
01/14/2010 06:38

Jeremy,
I work with your mother at Mandarin Oaks Elementary. You all are in my prayers. I hope that help comes for you and the little ones soon. Please let me know what I can do to help.

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Chevas
01/14/2010 07:17

Jeremy,

We love you and are praying for your team, the children, and all the people of Haiti.

"He will not let your foot be moved;
he who keeps you will not slumber."
Psalm 121:3

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Josh Hallam
01/14/2010 07:18

Be strong brother. I'm thinking of you all and praying for you.

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chrisamerling
01/14/2010 07:30

Jeremy please know that ALL of you continue to be in our thoughts and prayers.You are a very strong man and God has sent you there for good reasons. Thank goodness the children have you there! I'll continue to pray for you and the people of Haiti.

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Mrs.A. Pill
01/14/2010 07:43

Jeremy, Jason and I are both praying for your safe return home. I am so sorry you had to witness such destruction, devastation and despair at such a young age. No age should ever have to witness that. Let us know how we can help. There are many people who want to help, but do not know what to do.

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Debbie Scarbrough
01/14/2010 07:49

Jeremy,
I also work with your mom. You and everyone there are in my prayers. I will also pass this along to my Sunday school class. We are great at praying. Please let us know what you need besides prayers. We want to help in any way we can. We will also be praying for your mom since we know she will be in constant worry for your safe return and safety for all there. May God continue to keep you in his arms.
God Bless you for all you do so unselfishly.

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Natalie Hamer
01/14/2010 08:05

Her jeremy,
Praying for you constantly. Haven't stopped thinking about you all. Praying Psalm 91 for you.

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Whitney Dixon
01/14/2010 08:19

PRAYING. Ahhhh. You're on the front lines, there is no one better for the job Jerms. God is using yall in the midst of this tragedy. God knew this was going to go down when He sent you over there, He's so crazy. He's got you right in His arms. Peace.

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Brad Harby
01/14/2010 08:22

I can't stop thinking about what you all must be going through over there. I wish there was some way we could help. I will continue to pray for you and your team. Stay safe.

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Jutty
01/14/2010 08:43

Praying specifically for you brother. Work hard, and find your rest in Christ!

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Angela Kitchings
01/14/2010 08:48

Please know that our prayers are with you and all the people in Haiti. This is a hard time and so many people are praying for you and keeping close contact with your mother. Keep faith, God is in control.
Angela Kitchings

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Tim Mack
01/14/2010 08:58

Your prayer requests are included today at Grace Lutheran Jax, FL A Day of Prayer, (01-14-10), our church is holding. May His Holy Angels continue to care for and guard for all of you in Haiti during the days to come. May God's riches blessings and relief efferts speed to you quickly. Shalom & God's Peace for your physical well being.

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joel turner
01/14/2010 09:16

hey jay, i hope u r ok, i called caleb to get your parents phone #. we have friends that run an christian orphanage down there, and no word yet on there condition. email me if u can. god bless

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Stuart Jones
01/14/2010 09:17

Praying praying. Is there a place we can give money that will directly help you and the orphanage?

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01/14/2010 09:23

jeremy,
I don't know you. I found your blog from Twitter the day before the Earthquake. I'm prayin for you and the Hatians. GOD bless you and your Orphans.

Bryan

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Toby
01/14/2010 09:24

Stuart....try the lespwa website...i think they have a link that will donate straight to earthquake relief...
www.lespwaworldwide.com

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Linda M
01/14/2010 09:24

Jeremy, my daughter sent me the link to your blog. Know that many people around the world are praying for you and for those in Haiti. Relief efforts are underway. Coast Guard, navy, search and rescue teams are on the ground now. Many, many, people are mobilizing to help. Stay strong and God bless you for what you are doing for those in Haiti.

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01/14/2010 10:12

Jeremy,
I pray that God give you strength to endure this tragedy. You are an example to so many. Know that you are being prayed for.

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Matt Belger
01/14/2010 10:16

Jeremy, from the Bolles and Christ Church families our prayers go out to you, Jay and everyone else affected by this tragedy. May God bless you and keep you safe.

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Dan and Marcia Escobar
01/14/2010 10:33

Jeremy,
We will not forget to continue praying for you, for your team, for the Haitians and God to continue to give you the strength in this catastrophe!

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Steph
01/14/2010 10:34

My prayer for you in this time of devastation is that God may sustain you and your friends. May He stregthen you through the power that only the Holy Spirit can give...that you may be rooted and grounded in love during this time of caos. Thank you for reflecting His love.

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01/14/2010 10:36

jeremy, my heart hurts so bad for you all and for haiti. i'm crying and praying with you.

"but if it were I, i would appeal to God; i would lay my cause before him. He performs wonders that cannot be fathomed, miracles that cannot be counted" job 5:8

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Celeste Hughes
01/14/2010 10:50

Jeremy, Your mother and I are friends from MPC choir. I want you to know that we are all praying for you, the staff and the children. You are truely the hands and feet of God right now. Stay strong in the faith. God bless you.
MPC choir sends their love and prayers to all of you.

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Bryan Fox
01/14/2010 11:04

1 Corinthians 10:13

"No temptation has seized you except what is common to man. And God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, he will also provide a way out so that you can stand up under it."

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ben
01/14/2010 11:07

Praying won't do anything. Stop living in a fantasy world.
God, what stupid concept. Earthquakes happen because of shifting teutonic plates.
I feel bad for these people, so please help them--but stop living in a fantasy world! If you think prayer will help--and genuinely want to help--actually go to Haiti and help!

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Jemma Ewins
01/14/2010 11:26

Am getting London on the case! Keep talking to us if you can. Stand firm in your faith it has brought you a long way, am praying for the after shocks to stop and for a rest and sleep to refresh you in order to face tomorrows difficulties and heart ache. Let us know if there is anything practical we can do.

Lots of Love
Jem xx

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Russ and Judy Kahoe
01/14/2010 11:34

Dear Jay, Diana, Zack and Jeremy,
We have been following the news stories intently. Thanks for keeping us all informed. Know that you are loved, prayed for and cherished! We are praying that the Lord gives you wisdom in this time of crisis in your life.
Love, Russ and Judy Kahoe

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Georgi Purdom
01/14/2010 12:18

A friend sent me your blog. I am praying for you. Remember God is good, He is on His throne, and He has a plan in all of this.

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jill
01/14/2010 14:55

out pastor sent us this link to read first hand accounts... i'm sitting in the public library sobbing... we will pray and dig deep for the collections.

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Adam
01/14/2010 16:26

Jeremy,

God has you there for a reason (and if you have to return home it is his will). Praying for you, the orphanage, and everyone in Haiti. God bless you brother

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Kate
01/14/2010 17:35

I don't know you personally, but you're my brother in Christ. I visit a home for girls in Delmas 3-4 times a year. My heart is in Haiti even though I'm safe at home in New Jersey. May God give you supernatural peace, strength, hope & rest. I rebuke the devil who would try to come against you. May you hear God's voice & may He prepare the way before you.

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Dana Alexander
01/14/2010 18:29

Jeremy-
This is Cojo's mom. We met last fall. I am praying for you and the others. Be safe and know that God is with you.

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Patti Sawall
01/14/2010 18:57

Be strong in Christ, Jeremy-you have God on your side. And God is using you in a tremendous way right now. MPC members are praying for you, your family, your friends and all of Haiti.
I am sorry for all the sadness that you are experiencing, and at the same time, this will always be a part of your story.

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Margot Landen
01/14/2010 19:19

My prayers remain with you Jeremy. I miss you dearly and I know the power of God will continue to flow through you.

xo

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Katie
01/14/2010 22:10

Bless you for your heart for these people. Praying praying praying.

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Pat and Jeff Phillips
01/15/2010 04:43

Jeremy,

We have been praying for you, Jay and Diana that God will bring you all peace during this terrible tragedy. We pray for your safe return and for the people of Haiti - especially the children. You are not alone for he is always with you.

Pat, Jeff, Michael and Jacob Phillips

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Karen Bertke
01/15/2010 04:46

Jeremy I don't know you but I know your Mom and I know that she is sending you every bit of strength she possibally can. Stay strong and be as safe as you can. Gain strength for the kids and know that you are in gods hands and he will lead the way! Keep up the great work and don't become discouraged those kids need you to be stronge for them!

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Susan
01/15/2010 05:46

"I look for your deliverance, O LORD." Genesis 49:18.
He is Your strength, Your provider. Thank you for sharing with us the devastation that you are experiencing so that we can more specifically join our voices together in prayer. RCC Jax is praying...please let us know how we can help...

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Jenny Kanak
01/15/2010 07:10

Jeremy-
I graduated with you and Jay. Just wanted to let you all know that everyone wishes you and your team safety and peace. I am so sorry for what all of you have had to endure. Praying for all of you.

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John W. Curtin Sr.
01/15/2010 07:12

Jeremy and Jay,
Scooter, John Jr, Dinah and I are all in prayer for you, your safety and of course for all those suffering in Haiti. I know your sorrow must be emmence. Be careful and we pray that God will bring you all home safely.
If we can help in any way let us know.
John

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Debbie
01/15/2010 08:09

I heard you made it out of Haiti last night via a military transport and is in New Jersey as we speak! Your friend and his wife are also with you. Welcome home.

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Noah
01/15/2010 09:14

I'm praying for you bro! and everyone there.

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Antoniette Saunders
01/15/2010 10:05

Dearest Jeremy, I was forwarded your blog by a Precept bible study leader who sent it across the world to studies who will be keeping you in prayer. I want to encourage you to be courageous, and as we know, courage doesn't mean not being afraid, but facing the fear and moving forward while you are in it. Whether you were able to escape, or decided to stay, your life will forever be changed. You will now have a compassion that you never before possessed because of your experiential knowledge, which is so different. You became "one of them" the day the earth shook, instead of one just helping them. Pay attention to what Ben wrote on Jan 14, and keep him in your prayers. Yes, people should not "just" pray, people should help, but those who can not get to Haiti, or those who do not have the funds are doing what they can and praying is a powerful tool. There are MANY who believe there is no God, and you, in all the horror you have lived through these last few days, have a life blessed wayyyy beyond what Ben can even imagine in his limited understanding of life, and our Eternal, Omniscient God. You have been blessed with living and surviving the experience and it will equip you to handle more than you know in the future. You will not be the jerk in line at the supermarket who loses his temper when the lady in front of him can't find her money in her purse. You won't be the idiot who cusses out the cars who cut him off on the freeway. You have seen real terror and real destruction and you will forever be aware of what real trials are and not just from the perspective of a rescuer, but from a victim as well. God bless you as you seek comfort in your heart and mind and start to process all that has happened. Jeremy, you are being more than prayed for, you are being fashioned by God, Himself, for a purpose. Walk in faith and know that you are loved and valued as a precious jewel in His crown. Most sincerely, Antoniette Saunders

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Stacy in Montana
01/15/2010 14:05

Praying for a safe evacuation... and God's abundant grace to supply all your needs...

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Gayle Jay
01/15/2010 14:55

Hey!! Can you get to Port o Prince... to the police academy in St Pierre Square. The Russians are there and they have a hospital and supplies. They WILL help you IF you can get there. They get you to the Americans.

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01/15/2010 16:44

Jan Priddy, from Precept, sent me your blog. I am sending it on via facebook to all my friends. Prayer is our greatest weapon in the war we face on this world. I am praying for your faith...that it would be strengthened. Please let us know how you and your kids are as soon as possible. Praising God for you.

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