Port au Prince, Haiti –

The President of Haiti, Jovenel Moise, was killed early this morning by gunmen that entered his private home. His wife was wounded.

Just five days ago, pastor Brian McDaniel preached the gospel to him through a well orchestrated miracle. Watch the video to hear what happened.

Cross to Light Evangelism Mobile Unit

Cross to Light Evangelism Mobile Unit

Brian was out with the Cross to Light Evangelism Mobile Unit. This is a large truck fully loaded with loudspeaker public speaking equipment. It is used to preach the gospel in the streets of Haiti. He was out with students from the Haiti Bible Training Center and his friend Nick Rocco. The Presidential motorcade drove in front of the truck. The President’s vehicle got stuck in traffic directly in front of Brian. He delivered a five minute gospel message to the President.

After he was done the President’s body guard got out of the vehicle to get a bible. He gave it to the President. The second that was complete the traffic cleared and the motorcade moved away.

The interim Prime Minister, Claude Joseph, has declared a state of Siege for the country. This is an attempt to calm the already turbulent atmosphere that is present in Haiti due to gang violence.

In spite of this tragedy, we are witnesses that God is on the move. He allowed this miracle to happen for the President five days before his death.

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We are preparing an Emergency Relief response container. If you’d like to make a donation it will help us send in two 20′ foot containers loaded with 98,000 pounds of food for immediate import. Haiti has been declared to be in a State of Siege. People are ordered to stay indoors but with scarce foot and water. Your donation helps us get these containers sent ASAP.


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Cross to Light Emergency Relief

Cross to Light operates in two areas of the world that are extremely high risk; Haiti and Israel. These environments are volatile at times and periodically lends to emergencies that arise with those under our care; pastors, staff and volunteers.

Haiti is the United States poorest third world neighbor and is the poorest country in the Americas. The tiny island nation is often under extreme duress due to political and economic hardship. As a result food and fuel become scarce and expensive without warning. When this occurs most people living in Haiti find it very hard to get to work and to get food.

Cross to Light’s distribution network is unlike any other in Haiti. It consists of air and sea import to Port au Prince, truck transportation to its eleven church community centers located throughout the various provinces of Haiti. Each church community center is managed by a senior pastor and team who ensures supplies are distributed appropriately as they are local experts with heavy leadership involvement with the people living in the community to ensure supplies are given to those most in need.

The Haitian government has continued to give Cross to Light favor and has continued our good standing NGO status that allows us to bring this relief into the port.

The bible promises a special, conditional blessing to those that help the poor:

Psalm 41

Blessed is he who considers the poor;
The Lord will deliver him in time of trouble.
The Lord will preserve him and keep him alive,
And he will be blessed on the earth;
You will not deliver him to the will of his enemies.
The Lord will strengthen him on his bed of illness;
You will sustain him on his sickbed.

Thank you for your support with this important aspect of our operation. It literally makes the difference between life and death.

Cross to Light Haiti Relief

Food Container Import – we import 20 foot containers from the East coast filled with 49,000 pounds of emergency food.  All food is given free of charge.

Water – we supply church communities with water by installing wells, building cisterns, installing water collection systems and bringing in water trucks.