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According to the Christian Post, the final 12 of the 17 Christian Aid Ministries (CAM) missionaries, who were kidnapped in Haiti on Oct. 16 executed a daring escape plan a few days ago after they prayed. Over the time of their captivity, it was revealed, God gave various hostages a desire to attempt an escape, but it took them a while to all agree on when or how this should take place. They sought God in prayer over and over again, for direction, CAM spokesman, Weston Showalter, explained in a statement. He further stated that It took time and God’s work, but after much discussion and prayer, they became solidly united and decided God was leading them this way.

Twice when they planned to escape, God gave clear signs that this was not the right time. On both occasions, on the very minute they had discussed, the exact thing took place which they had requested as a sign. Indeed, God was at work, but the time had not yet come. However, the group kept strategizing and praying until they miraculously united and agreed when they would make their great escape from a barricaded house where they were being held. So during the night, as God directed, they prepared, put on their shoes, and packed pouches of water in their clothes for the journey. When they sensed the timing was right, they found a way to open the door that was closed and blocked. They filed silently to the path they had chosen to follow, and quickly left the place they were held, despite the fact that numerous guards were close by. Once they were away from the hostage camp, the missionaries moved toward a mountain feature identified as a landmark and journeyed northwest under starlight, according to CAM.

With God’s help, protection, and leading, they quickly made their way through the night. They walked for as much as ten miles, traveling through woods and thickets, working through thorns and briars. One of the hostages said, ‘Two hours [of the walk] were through fierce brambles. We were in gang territory the whole hike.” The moon provided light for their path. During times when they weren’t sure which way to go, they stopped and prayed, asking God to show them. And He did! The group eventually found someone who helped them make a phone call for help. Later that day, all of them flew on a coast guard flight to Florida. 

We praise God for how He made a way for these brethren to escape. We thank Him for having brought this two-month ordeal of difficulty to an end. As a result, these brethren were able to be reunited with their families over the Christmas holidays, and are now anticipating the closing of 2021 and the ushering in of 2022 with their loved ones. God said, “I will be with him in trouble, I will deliver him and honor him.” (Ps. 91:15).



    • Our special charity collection at the end of the service
    • Intercessory Prayer Meeting, 5:00 p.m. The PI’s, NI’s & GI’s will meet
    • Wednesday, 12:00 noon – Lunch Hour Hotline
    • 5:30 p.m. – Prayer (Preemptive Warfare Prayer for 2022 )
    • Friday, 10:00 p.m.
    • Saturday morning service
    • Worship & Ministry, 9:00 a.m.
    • Communion

Special Thanks
To all the ministries who participated,
those who contributed and labored to make last
    Sunday’s Christmas Program a success.


Have a productive and prosperous new year!

“Every good gift, every perfect gift,
comes from above. These gifts come down from the Father,
the creator of the heavenly lights,
in whose character there is no change at all.”
James 1:17



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