Protests sparked by sudden spikes in fuel prices have roiled Haiti since Friday.  As the unrest continues, numerous American missions trips are on pause, unable to reach their destinations to help the desperately poor in the most impoverished nation in the western hemisphere.  So what is it like to arrive in a foreign land to this kind of chaos?  When might some semblance of order be restored?  And what kind of missions work will be done once it’s safe to travel again?  We discuss it all with Marcus Lynn, senior pastor at First Christian Church in Versailles, Kentucky.

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