Join Beth Jones for a very special show today as she turns over the mike to her husband, Ray Jones, to share about his month-long, medical missions trip to Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, to help pastor Jay Threadgill of Fishers Of Men International and the earthquake victims. After Ray arrived a few days after the earthquake, he immediately set up an urgent care medical clinic that he ran the duration of his stay there, treating an average of 200 to 300 patients a day. Enjoy some interesting stories about Ray’s time there, and hear his compassionate heartbeat for one of the poorest nations in the world, Haiti. Then discover what is on Ray’s and Beth’s heart now to do for Haiti. This is one show you do NOT want to miss!
This week my husband Ray Jones returned from Haiti where he flew for a medical missions trip to help our pastor friend Jay Threadgill of Fishers Of Men International and the earthquake victims. He set up a medical clinic on pastor Jay’s school compound, treating 200-300 patients a day. Here is a very short video clip of Ray with his cake that we had at his Welcome Home party I gave for him last night. I had the bakery make the cake to look like Haiti – chocolate for the dirt, blue icing for the ocean, and plastic palm trees. It said “Welcome Home, Ray. Our Hero In Haiti.” I will be posting more videoes as I upload them to YouTube. Enjoy!
This week my husband Ray got back home from his month long, medical missions trip to Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, where he helped our friend Pastor Jay Threadgill of Fishers Of Men International and the earthquake victims. Below is a short video clip of our daughters Heather and Leah, our granddaughter Violet, and me driving to the airport. Our car broke down on the highway on the way driving to the airport, so Heather came and picked me up and took us to get Ray. It began snowing on the way there- Ray hates snow, LOL. I’ll be posting more video clips as I upload them to YouTube. Enjoy!