Posted: Jan 17, 2010 9:23 PM by John Romero
Search efforts continue for a missing Colorado Springs photographer in Haiti. David Hames was shooting a documentary on Haiti when the earthquake hit. Since then he has not been found or heard from. Sunday afternoon Vanguard Church in Colorado Springs gathered to offer their support for the Hames family. They say they're hopeful he will be found alive.
Hames wife, Renee released the following statement: "For all the people who know and love David with me, we need to remember that God says, "Be still and know that I am God." He is our God who will provide beauty and joy even in the midst of devastation. I have been blessed with friends who have tucked me under their wings and have prayed with me, encouraged me, supported me, and cried with me. Because of the support structure they have built around me, I have felt a great peace. Please continue to pray for David's rescue and well-being."
Dan Woolley, another Colorado Springs man who was working with Hames when the earthquake hit was pulled alive from the rubble of a collapsed hotel. He's recovering in a Miami hospital and expected to be back in Colorado Springs this week.