Executive Pastor Morgan Young and other members of the team touched down at Kokomo's Municipal Airport Friday with a harrowing tale of narrowly escaping six gunmen.
Young and another member of the team barricaded themselves against the door to keep the gunmen out. Another one of the missionaries, Jason Braun, jumped out a window to get help.
Four of the men are now recovering from gunshot wounds. Braun has injuries from the jump out the window. All are expected to recover.
"God is good and these men were incredibly brave and heroic," Young said.
A group of family, friends and members of the Oakbrook congregation greeted the first flight back carrying some of the men. Another second flight brought home the rest of the group.
"To look down and see almost a hundred people out here in the cold to welcome us home, it's unbelievable," said Monty Sanders, who was not injured in the attack.
Pastor Mark Malin sent an e-mail to the congregation after learning of the attack informing everyone the men were going to be okay saying, "Pray that God's peace will surround them in the days ahead as they recover from this traumatic experience."
Young said he hopes people will continue to go to Haiti to do missionary and humanitarian work. He said the violent attack is not a representation of the Haitian people who were warm and welcoming to the group.