A couple of weeks ago, somewhat ominously, I referred to my friend Kent Annan's experiences as an introverted missionary in Haiti. I want to again recommend his book, which has become even more relevant and poignant over the last couple of days. Kent is the co-director of Haiti Partners, a non-profit focused on education in Haiti, and though he was in Florida during the earthquake, some of his ministry partners were badly injured. Kent is a voice of hope and light - and obedience - in a country that was dark before but has become exponentially darker.
Following Jesus Through The Eye of a Needle, by Kent Annan