Only a few days after the devastating earthquake shattered Haiti in 2010, staff and volunteers from the Foundation For Peace (an organization founded and operated by Presbyterians) traveled to Jimani and refugee centers inside Haiti to assist the earthquake victims. They worked "hand in hand" with medical specialists and volunteers from the United States and several other countries. This 8-minute video, produced by Interlink Media, graphically shows their work. You too can join the Foundation For Peace as they build schools, sponsor hospital clinics, and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Kenya.
This video is the winner of five Production Awards: The Videographer Award of Excellence, The Communicator's Award of Distinction, The 2005 Summit Creative Award, The Davey Awards, The Telly Awards
Interlink Media traveled to Cuba and produced a 18-minute documentary on the Presbyterian Church in the Matanzas Province of Cuba, a cluster of active churches which find their roots in the Presbyterian Church in New Jersey. Traveling freely throughout the province and then for several days in Havana, our two-person production team experienced the warmth and friendliness of the Cuban people for Americans, even as they express their deep regret at the foreign policies which prevent us from being good neighbors. Isn't it interesting that we trade with China, hardly a bastion for human rights, yet our government won't let us travel easily to Cuba? If American men could see those cars from the '50s we would insist on being allowed to travel there! And Cuba's beaches rival anything I've experienced throughout the Caribbean. Your resource center may have this DVD. Contact Interlink Media to learn how to obtain your DVD or link to it from YouTube.com/interlinkmedia.