Eric Spangler (l), Brian Eskrige (c) and Fred Sorrells (r) depart from Little Rock via Chicago and Frankfort to their ultimate mission destination of Addis Abba, Ethiopia.
Operation Go Quickly is immensely thankful to Juan Angulo, Danny Leal and the entire team at SYNC MG, and to their sponsors, for a great Arts N Beats fundraiser in Dallas, Texas.
Juan and Danny really connected with the mission of Operation Go Quickly to help people who are disadvantaged by physical disability. We were extremely impressed with the SYNC MG team, not only because of their desire to help us, but because of their extreme hard work to produce and execute the event, and because of their incredible God-given talents in marketing and promotion.
Operation Go Quickly is greatly encouraged to see our vision shared by young people who have a heart and care about their fellow human beings who are most in need.
Thank you, Juan Angulo and Danny Leal, and thank you to SYNC MG, and thank you to the event sponsors!
Safely back to OGQ prosthetist Tim Goldberg’s home in Aledo with Haitian Creole New Testaments, Creole tracts and heavy duty PEACE crutch tips. These items will be given to inmates in Cap Haitian and to others during our May 13-18 mission to Haiti.
Pictured is Dr. Fred Sorrells loading 1400 Haitian Creole New Testaments and Psalms at the American Bible Society in Tulsa. The Bibles will given to inmates in Cap Haitian, Haiti, during an Operation Go Quickly Mission trip May 13-21, 2017.
At the age of three Joubens Jean (l) lost his left leg below the knee in a motor vehicle accident. Unfortunately, the amputation surgery left a sharp bone protruding just below the surface of the shin. Being very active, Joubens often came home with a bleeding stump. Last year OGQ provided funding for the stump […]