Monday, March 1, 2010

Help us Help Chile and Hati/ Dr. James A. Lee

A Strong Endorement for Bloggers United to Save Haiti by The Joy of Jesus Church
March 1st. is the day Bloggers United will all support the continue relief of Haiti and now Chile which has been fully endorsed by The Joy of Jesus Church.


PR Log (Press Release) – Mar 01, 2010 – Haiti continues to need assistance, while at the same time Chile has been struck by even a greater earthquake has well. Bloggers United has declared that all bloggers should bring this to the worlds attention. The Joy of Jesus Church Church has been out in front of calling for all people to act accordingly and give to help the victims of these natural disasters.

The Rev. Dr. James A. Lee, Pastor of The Joy of Jesus is concerned that too many people ignore the plight of the people adversely impacted by these problems and do not realize that such disasters may occur anywhere. People must accept responsibility and help. We offer a free toolbar that automatically raises money for The Red Cross without expense to the user.

The Joy of Jesus offers several services to help people. The World Business Ex-Change Center has a business directory, Education Center, Poverty Studies, Health Service Program, Jobs/Career Center and other related programs all dedicated towards helping people help themselves Help us Help others today.
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1 comment:

Dorothy L said...

This truly is a disaster. With all of the extreme changes in our has to wonder what the heck is going on with Mother Nature.
IS she trying to tell us something and even with such horrific disasters we continue to ignore her.
These people already live in a life of overwhelming challenges why them?
The we must ponder the thought it already mapped...have we taken and placed our lives in the way of what was already going to happen on this earth as far as natural disasters go?

One must look further than just the incident at hand...we must start to ask ourselves why?

My prayers continue to go out to those people who have fallen victim to any of theses natural disasters.