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Help Reaches Quake Victims!

Somebody Cares partners in Nepal have been working hard this week to distribute food, tents and other relief supplies to quake victims.  They have also deployed teams to help remove debris, set up tents, and provide other physical assistance to families grieving the loss of loved ones. Somebody Cares’ partners in Nepal distribute rice, dal, [...]

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WHAT’S NEXT FOR BALTIMORE?

by Doug Stringer Finally, on Tuesday night, there was some good news from Baltimore. The outside agitators who had come to Baltimore to incite violence had left the streets. By 1pm the streets where rioting happened on Monday were clean from residents and volunteers who came to the city to serve and bring kindness.  The mayor set [...]

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Nepal Earthquake: Field Report

It has been four days since the disastrous earthquake leveled buildings, wiped out villages and killed thousands in Nepal.  The remoteness of this tragedy is making response difficult, which is why working with local churches and ministry partners is critical. Somebody Cares received word from our local Call of Hope partners in Nepal.  They were [...]

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Nepal Earthquake Relief

Nepali boy near Mt Everest The death toll, currently over 3,500, from Saturday’s 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal and the surrounding region continues to climb. Constant aftershocks hamper recovery efforts and tens of thousands of men, women and children are sleeping outside in the streets and squares for fear of more devastation. Collapsed buildings, [...]

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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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The Response: A Journey Towards An Awakening

  We need more of God in our personal lives, our communities and our nation.  The only way to reverse the spiritual decline we have been witnessing for decades, is through the heartfelt repentance of God’s people which results in turning away from sin and embracing righteousness.  As many of us are learning, that is [...]

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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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