The Topeka missionary who was jailed in Haiti was welcomed with open arms at his second home Sunday: Bethel Baptist church.
Topekan missionary and firefighetr Drew Culberth was nowhere near a jail cell this weekend. He was at home with his loved ones.
For the friends and family of Drew Culberth there is no need to wonder anymore about when he'll be home.
During the service Drew spoke about his experience in Haiti. He spoke about how helpless he felt and how relying on his faith guided him through that troubling time.
The two missionaries still detained in Haiti.. are being asked to show a Haitian judge where the group was going to take the 33 children they allegedly kidnapped.
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