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Tornados Response in the Midwest

Devastating tornados hit several rural communities in the Midwest, leaving huge swaths of destruction and debris behind. The town of Fairdale, IL was almost completely leveled.  People are now without homes, without jobs, and fearful of the future. Somebody Cares and our network of ministry partners is already connecting with people working to identify urgent [...]

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Caring for Refugees Fleeing ISIS

March 2, 2015 – The unspeakable atrocities and continued oppression that ISIS is inflicting on men, women and children in Iraq, Syria, and the surrounding region is hard to comprehend. The on-going Syrian war adds to the tragedy. Millions of people from every sphere of society had fled homes and livelihoods with virtually nothing. The [...]

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Community Caring Grows!

The children of St. John’s County School District were ready with warm winter coats when the arctic blast hit the country this week thanks to Somebody Cares St. Augustine (SCSA)! For the past several years SCSA has partnered with the school district, area churches and businesses to collect warm winter coats and pass them on [...]

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Appeal to Heaven for an Awakening (Dec 1-21, 2014)

Houston Prayer Gatherings December 1-21, 2014 All services start at 7pm unless otherwise noted Mon. Dec 1 — Calvary Community Church,  7550 Cherry Park Dr, Houston, TX 77095 –  Jeff McGee Tues. Dec 2 — Latter Day Deliverance Revival  Church, 4036 Lyons Ave, Houston, TX 77020 – Bishop Roy Kossie Wed. Dec 3 — The [...]

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Prisoners Find Freedom in Christ!

God is doing amazing things in the prisons across the nation! One story of how God can work in the hearts and lives of inmates is being lived out in Angola Prison. At the end of September, Doug had the privilege being on of 25 leaders who had dinner with Governor Bobby Jindal and his [...]

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Turn Desperation to Hope

Hundreds of Christian and other refugees have crowded into an abandoned building our partners rented in the Kurdish town of Erbil after fleeing ISIS militants.  They have been given Bibles, water, food and other relief supplies.  We are supporting Crisis Response International, which has a team on the ground serving the refugees. The team, at [...]

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A Small Miracle in Pilger

What would you do if everything was lost?  One minute life is good, the next you are left with nothing.  That is what happened to John, his wife, and most of his neighbors when twin tornados tore through the town of Pilger, NE last Monday. John and his wife moved into their rental home on [...]

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Tornado Response Update

May 2, 2014 - Somebody Cares disaster response teams have been hard at work this week identifying the needs in and mobilizing resources for communities hit by the recent string of tornados.   Vilonia, AR Somebody Cares quickly dispatched a relief team to Arkansas after tornados devastated several communities there. Mark Roye, Mike Lynch, and the [...]

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Responding to Tornados

Devastating tornados hit communities in Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Mississippi, North Carolina and Oklahoma within the past few days, with storms still threatening more States! Somebody Cares and our network of ministry partners are already working to identify urgent needs and mobilize resources and responders to areas where help is requested. Initially we have mobile kitchens [...]

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Aberdeen, Scotland: Giving at Christmas and All Year Too!

GATHERING THE FOOD This has been an amazing Christmas at Somebody Cares. Record numbers of food bags were given out, record numbers of people received food and a record number of families received presents for their children. Our deep desire that  everyone in Aberdeen  has a great Christmas comes nearer to reality with each year [...]

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