On January 12, 2010, Haiti was struck by a devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake. It is estimated that over 200,000 lives were lost while hundreds of thousands of survivors were displaced. Today, January 12, 2018, marks the 8-year anniversary of that earthquake.
On the anniversary of the earthquake, many across the nation have been affected by the regard of Haiti in the United States by public officers. However, Christians across the world have taken a stand for the country, the heritage, and its people. One organization in particular is Impact Nation founded by Pastor Mohammed Sanogo.
According to their site, Impact Nations is a prophetic program for the revival, evangelization and destruction of strongholds over the nations. Launched in 2014, the first mission called IN Centrafrique was in the Central African Republic. In addition, they offer free medical care, food and non-food distributions to populations along with teaching dedicated to pastors, women leaders and special programs initiated for children.
Starting in October, people from around the world could join Impact Nations Haiti (inHaiti) for an international 40-day prayer chain for Haiti. From January 5 to January 12, inHaiti held a crusade in the country for evangelization, healing, and restoration. During this crusade, the good news of Jesus Christ was preached to thousands of people in the country of Haiti.
January 10, was a special night for the crusade. The President of Haiti, Jovenel Moïse, along with his wife were in attendance at the worship service. 4 hours and 19 minutes into the video stream, Pastors gather around the President and his wife and those in attendance stretch their hands towards the stage to declare a prayer of supernatural grace, strength, favor, protection, and wisdom.
“I realize I cannot afford to be distracted by degrading comments from any position or office,” said one Pastor in Miami, FL. “Somewhere, my Lord Jesus is making His move in the Heavens and on my wonderful heritage, culture, and island, Haiti, the pearl of the Caribbean.”
Haiti, we stand with you and we are praying for you.