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Louisiana Flooding

It’s impossible to watch the news without hearing stories about what is going on in Louisiana with the recent flooding. Some are calling it the 500 year flood. It has been said to be the worst natural disaster since Super Storm Sandy in 2012. With tens of thousands of homes Read more…

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May 2016

Tulsa Tornado Round II April 26 we saw our second tornado in the Tulsa area. This one was smaller, an EF-1, and a bit closer to our home, passing only a mile south of us. Thankfully there were only minor injuries. It caused some small structural damage.  Once again we Read more…

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June Partner Letter

Serving in San Marcos, Texas: Helping Affected Families in the Name of Jesus! The Memorial Day Weekend storm systems brought heavy rain and flooding to Hays County, Texas. The predominantly Hispanic community of San Marcos was heavily affected, as was the neighboring town of Wimberly. We are blessed to be spending three Read more…

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May Partner Letter

Bridge Creek, Oklahoma: Helping Affected Families in the Name of Jesus! Last Wednesday evening, an EF-3 ornado hit several small communities in central Oklahoma. None were hit harder that Bridge Creek, OK. We were able to spend a few days working with local residents and helping them cut trees and clean up Read more…