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Pray for Nancy and Steve James, bringing help for health and healing in Jesus’ name in Haiti.

January 18, 2012
Steve and Nancy help with medical assistance to Christian faith based community health centers at the invitation of the Haitian Baptist Convention. Working as medical consultants, the James’ serve as members of local Christian heath teams providing physical, mental, and spiritual health in Jesus’ name to those suffering in darkness. They feel blessed to be a part of God’s healing work in the world. They are supported as commissioned missionaries working jointly with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and American Baptist International Ministries and their Mission Partnership Team and Network. They are presently on U.S./Puerto Rico Assignment.

Nancy writes: These first 5 months of our Home Assignment in the US have been very energizing and renewing to our spirits. We specifically wanted a time of “quiet reflection,” this year as we try to discern what God might want us to do as we face the next term in Haiti. Steve and I continue to have our minds and hearts in Haiti.

We receive weekly updates through emails and phone calls from our friends and co-workers there. Word from the Haut Limbé area where we live brings news of another surge of cholera especially in the north affecting the Ebenezer Clinic. In early November there were over 100 patients interned with cholera and sadly, some deaths were reported. The increase in rains and people slipping back into “life before cholera,” was blamed for the outbreak. Public health and grassroots efforts, including the inspiring work of our CHE (Community Health Evangelism) partners, are continuing to educate and remind people of what is crucial to prevent such a life-threatening illness.

May the Lord Jesus bless you and your families and communities in the year ahead. Although the future often looks bleak, we see evidences of God moving in many places around the world and we put our hope in Him. We are indeed grateful for your love, friendship and support.

• Pray for Steve and Nancy as they visit congregations and share their work during their time in the U. S.

• Pray for them also as they continue their connection with the people of Haiti and prepare for their return.