We've all been effected by the tragedy in Haiti. Last month, I was away in Florida for a bike marathon. After riding 100 miles, I was exhausted, went back to my hotel room, and wanted nothing more, than to sleep! I turned on the TV, and the news was on, about Haiti. At home, I was following the news reports, but while I was away, I could focus even more, on the events of the day. I think what touched me the most, was the connection with a news reporter -- he was showing the devastation, and suddenly, his voice cracked, and he couldn't go on. I will never forget the images of those people suffering, as the reporter showed the horrid scenes. When I returned home, I was working on a concert for King of Kings School, our church's Christian School. I needed new songs for the children, so I decided to write a song for Haiti. Would these 3, 4 and 5 year olds understand? They may not have understood every detail, but they did feel compassion toward the people of Haiti. They understood that when people are hungry- - they need food; when they are thirsty -- they need water; when they lose their home...they need shelter. It's so simple for adults - -- yet, hearing it from these children, brought a new and fresh significance to the situation. How fragile life is -- and what hope we have in Christ, when we learn to trust Him!