A devastating magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti in 2010, with its epicenter was in the village of Léogâne in the Ouest department, about 25 kilometers west of the capital, Port-au-Prince. The calamity impacted an estimated three million individuals. Hundreds of thousands of people died, while countless others were uprooted and had nowhere to go. Many countries pledged funds and dispatched rescue and medical crews, engineers, and support people in response to humanitarian appeals. “Hope for Haiti Now,” the most-watched telethon in history, aired on January 22nd, raising US$58 million by the next day.
Is this, however, what Haiti needs? Will a country be saved by a few million dollars if it has a history of national debt, unfair trade policies from other countries, and foreign involvement in domestic affairs?
A name rang out among the sobbing, screams, and cries for aid from terrified Haitians. Among the rumblings and falling debris, a prayer for Jesus’ salvation echoed.
Jean Gerard Rhau, a bishop with the Church of God International will transform every reader’s worldview. In the book, “When the 7.0 Magnitude Earthquake Hit Haiti,” he recalls his life-changing experiences on a mission trip to Haiti. Rhau gives a comprehensive description of what transpired on that terrible day.
The book will make you rethink the value of your time. It will educate you to appreciate life, and to live in the moment, because no one can predict what will happen in the following few minutes. We will learn to respect life and people more while they are still alive, not knowing how much longer they have to live. Rhau’s book will reveal the fragility and brevity of human life, allowing readers to undergo a paradigm shift and live for what truly counts. In this narrative, Rhau also talks about the visions he had from God. A vision that will have a significant impact on Haiti’s geopolitical situation in the near future.
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When the 7.0 Magnitude Earthquake Hit Haiti: My Personal Experiences
Author: Jean Gerard Rhau
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date: May 2021
Book Genre: Memoir
About the Author:
Jean Gerard Rhau lives in Cranston, Rhode Island. He is a bishop with the Church of God International. He is married, father of four, and have three grandchildren. He has been a business professional for over twenty-five years, mostly in telecommunications and computer technology. He holds an MBA in Global Management from the University of Phoenix. He holds a Bachelor Degree in Business Management and Technology from New England Institute of Technology. He also has an associate degree in electronics and science from New England Tech. He studied Pastoral Ministry from the affiliated school of theology (Church of God Theological Seminary in Cleveland Tennessee, remote learning program including hands-on experience). He also studied software programming from the National Radio Institute in Washington, DC. He worked his first job as an assistant engineer on the S/S Veracruz, passenger ship for two years, visited more than sixty countries, and later twenty more. He  has been there and done that, and he is looking forward to more great things in life. His motto is: “Do unto others as you would like others to do unto you.”