‘It’s in God’s hands,’ says pastor at vigil for West Michigan family kidnapped in Haiti – MLive.com

OCEANA COUNTY, MI – More than 100 Hart community members recently gathered to pray for a local family and others missionaries kidnapped in Haiti two weeks ago.
U.S. and Haitian authorities are working to secure the release of 17 missionaries kidnapped Oct. 16 near the capitol of Port-au-Prince, according to a spokesperson for the State Department. The group is sponsored by the Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries.
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