BBC Features Haiti Survivor Jim Gulley
LONDON (UMNS) – Though his contributions may only be a "drop in the bucket," the Rev. Jim Gulley told BBC Radio 4 that he is determined to follow God's calling to help those in need in Haiti. The United Methodist agricultural specialist reflected on what happened a year ago during the Haiti earthquake, when he and the Revs. Sam Dixon and Clint Rabb were trapped in the collapse of the Hotel Montana in Port-au-Prince. Both Dixon and Rabb died as a result of that collapse. Gulley's reflections can be found near the 13-minute mark. The audio clip is available through January 8, 2011.