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Pray for Deliris Carrion Rosa, helping earthquake victims in Haiti.

January 25, 2012
In April of 2010, Deliris moved to Haiti to use her training as a Pediatric Occupational Therapist. God is using her to bless the lives of Haitian children with special needs, especially those injured in the January 2010 earthquake. Deliris’ primary focus is to help the children deal with the psychological aspects of losing a limb, or learn how to cope with the physical limitations that resulted from the injuries to their arms or legs. She is assisting pediatric medical teams who come to Haiti, as they set up health care clinics for critical needs.

She writes: I have to say that God is answering our prayers in mighty ways and I have witnessed his hand moving storms from our territory, quieting riots, healing his people from cholera and other illness and providing everything we need to accomplish the ministry he want us to do.

I am in my first full time year in Haiti, a country that is totally different in culture, language, politic, social economics, and so forth. I’m learning the language, getting to know the people, dealing with cultural shocks, and learning to love the people as they are.

I have also been working with the Haitian Baptist Convention in their different development projects in the city of Port au Prince. Those projects include building houses, schools and churches, health clinics, rehabilitation centers, and economic and social development projects.

I want to share with you an email I received from one youth who came here to work here:

Dear Deliris, Just wanted to let you know I've applied for Journeyman. It's a program through the International Mission Board where you're a funded missionary over seas for 2 years working with a team. I started half way through July and I've got until Dec 1 to finish the application. Journeyman is plan A and I don't have a plan B. I'm taking all my chips and placing my bet. If I lose I'm going to look like a fool...but a fool for God, so it's a win-win.

Without a doubt, it was my time in Haiti that moved me to commit to Journeyman. The way I saw and felt Bondye (God) working during the week in the people of Delmas 19, our group, and within me was totally incredible. I've never experienced anything like and I've never been more joyful and happy and peaceful as I was during that week of service. It's as if I've found that pearl of great worth or the treasure hidden in the field. How could I not follow the cry of my heart and pursue missions!?! Thank you for being you and for walking alongside us and guiding us while we were in Port-au-Prince.