Haiti Earthquake Survivor Speaks To Gainesville Church
Haitian Pastor Luc Deratus has worked with the Fort Clarke Missionary Baptist Church for years to bring food, water and medical supplies to Haiti and now the Gainesville church has worked to bring Deratus to the United States.
The pastor was in Haiti when the earthquake hit and is traveling through Florida to ask for help to rebuild his fellowship. Deratus was left with nothing... the church, school and medical facility he ran were completely destroyed.
Deratus is working with the Fort Clark Missionary Baptist Church and other churches in the region to collect donations to rebuild his compound and educate people about whats going on in Haiti.
If you wish to donate supplies or money to help rebuild Deratus's church, please send donations to Harmony Ministries via the Fort Clarke Missionary Baptist Church.
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