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Last night we all gathered at Port YWAM to talk about our friend Aaron and listen to Loren and Darlene Cunningham share their thoughts with us. Aaron was so looking forward to getting back to Micronesia and to the places and people he fell in love with during his previous deployment. We spent time praying for his rescue, grace for his family and for all those involved in the rescue effort.

Many of us were at the rescue site again today, including his family and crew-mates. The search continued throughout the day. The vessel has been thoroughly searched now and he was not found on board. Divers combed the debris field, while helicopters and ships scoured the coastline North of Kona.

We remain grateful for the efforts of all agencies and volunteers involved. We are overwhelmed by the response of many.  Please continue to pray!

Interested in knowing more? Contact us. We’d love to chat!

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