Back in 2010, my friend Darrow Miller of The Disciple Nations Alliance argued compellingly that Haiti, at root, has a worldview problem, both in the brutality Haitians suffered as slaves and the Vodou beliefs that marked its successful revolt. This week, Darrow joined Shane Morris on the Colson Center’s Upstream podcast to further explain how Haiti’s traditional worldview sees the universe as capricious rather than orderly and filled with unloving gods who need to be placated, showing what a difference a worldview makes.
Megachurch Pastor Jamal Bryant, who serves as the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, says he is "outraged" with how the Biden administration is handling the border crisis with Haitian migrants.
Dr. David Vanderpool, the founder of LiveBeyond, explained how the organization is operating in the Caribbean country at the present time. Despite problems with food scarcity after the disaster, as well as the popularity of Voodoo practices in Haiti, Vanderpool said that "many Haitians with faith have turned to God more now than ever.”