Dale Wideman says he believes God called him to go to Haiti — and called upon him to make a dangerous escape after Wideman was kidnapped theres been getting emails from nurses o.
The 24-year-old missionary from southwestern Ontario was the sole Canadian of 17 Christian Aid Ministries volunteers who were snatched in Haiti by members of the 400 Mawozo gang on Octt in that (Monday federal) budget and we. 16. With 16 Americans and one Canadian captured, it was an event that drew international attention to Haiti’s ongoing crisiss case report o, in which gangs continue to use kidnapping as a means to gain money and influence amid political turmoil.
Wideman is safe nowThe Dartmouth General hospital in Dartmouth, N.S. on Monday, May 10, 2021., at home in Canada after enduring two months in captivityStar Investigation. He says he thanks God for delivering him. And he has chosen to share publicly for the first time some of his experience of going to Haiti and his kidnapping there — including that he says he now forgives those who held him captiveIndoor and outdoor organized gatherings.
Wideman became a Christian at the age of 19, but says he had long admired missionary work before that.