World Cup qualifying matches.
“This is a great opportunity for our team,” said CU women’s soccer head coach Randy Strawser. “It’s also a chance for our community to see firsthand the outcome of their support for Haiti.”
After the magnitude 7.0 earthquake that struck Haiti’s capital, Léogâne, in January 2010, Cornerstone was one of many local organizations who worked to send aid and support to the devastated country.
“This is our chance to celebrate the work of everyone who responded to the crisis,” said [Bob Sack, executive director of marketing and communications at Cornerstone.]
Cornerstone hopes that this event will display Christian hospitality and share about Christ to the Haitian team. FHF whose goal is to fund re-development of women’s soccer and other opportunities for the women of Haiti.
The Haitian women’s team has been rebuilding its program since the disaster struck. Haitians and to spread the message of the Gospel,” said Neptune, currently a resident of Haiti who plans to attend the game in Grand Rapids.“Cornerstone equipped me with the knowledge, spiritual discipline and truth that I need daily to serve the Lord in Haiti. It is an absolute joy to see two of my loves, Cornerstone and Haiti, come together in this way.”
Cornerstone would like to invite the general public to share in this free celebration. Haiti.
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