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Ministering to Flood and Tornado Victims In Texas

When record floods hit Southeast Texas in March, Somebody Cares Jasper-Newton Counties jumped into action. A shelter was opened at the First Baptist Church of Kirbyville for 15 days, where residents were also given assistance with personal needs. They then began surveying the community in partnership with area churches and found thousands of homes were […]

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Be Prepared!

The official start of the 2016 Hurricane Season is June 1st. While we pray for a calm summer, God’s ways are not always our ways. So, if you live within several hundred miles of a coastline, or for that matter anywhere, we encourage you to take steps now to prepare yourself and family in the event a hurricane […]

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Partners Help with Outreach at Biscayne

Over 275 families from the recently flooded Biscayne Apartment Complex in Houston were served during a Saturday’s outreach. God answered prayers as the rain subsided as the outreach began. Volunteers from Somebody Cares, Dream Center Gulf Coast and 16 churches from the Greater Houston Area were on hand to assist about 1,000 men, women and […]

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Texas Families Need to Know Somebody Cares!

Children have lost their beds.  Parents have lost their cars.  Families who have experienced flooding 2 or 3 times are distraught, not knowing where to turn. Flood waters still fill homes in some communities around Houston and more rain is expected this week.  Thousands upon thousands of families need help! Somebody Cares has been coordinating […]

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An Opportunity for Testimony: Flooding in Texas; Earthquakes in Japan and Ecuador

With 500 year flooding in Houston, 1000 year flooding in Southeast Texas, earthquakes in Japan and Ecuador and increasing persecution of Christians globally, I am reminded that Luke said these things “will turn out to be an occasion for testimony (Luke 21:13)! Somebody Cares is in contact with ministry partners already on the ground in […]

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Flood relief continues in Southeast Texas, Louisiana

Somebody Cares continues to bring relief to areas of Southeast Texas and Louisiana that were devastated by record-high flooding. Below are reports from our chapters and field reps: Jasper/Newton Counties TX First Baptist Church of Kirbyville TX, facilitators of our Somebody Cares Jasper/Newton Counties chapter, has been hosting a shelter for two weeks and offering […]

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Somebody Cares Brings Aid to Those Affected by Record-Flooding in Southeast Texas

Our Somebody Cares Newton/Jasper Counties chapter is playing a key role in relief work from the devastating floods resulting from torrential rainfall that began last week. With the Sabine River reaching record heights, a mandatory evacuation for everyone living along the river below Bon Wier TX became effective at 7am on Saturday, March 12. Somebody […]

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Fiji devastated by Cyclone Winston; Somebody Cares helping victims recover

Cyclone Winston devastated large parts of the island nation of Fiji on February 20,  leaving thousands homeless and many dead.  Rev. Kurulo, director of Somebody Cares Fiji shares this heartbreaking story: “Ten-year-old Salacieli Serevi of Qelekuro village in Tailevu, on the eastern part of Fiji lost her mum that fateful night. She was told to […]

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Somebody Cares Center Reaches Local Community and Beyond

Doug Stringer often teaches there is life beyond the storm. For Vickie and Terry Gaskins, this took on a very real and personal meaning that led them to Denison TX, where they operate Rise To the Time, a Somebody Cares Mobile Outreach Center. Vickie had come on board the Somebody Cares team in Houston as […]

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North Texas Tornado Relief Update

Somebody Cares has been bringing help to victims of the tragic tornadoes that struck the Dallas area on December 26, claiming 11 lives and damaging or destroying more than 1,400 homes in four counties. One of the tornadoes was ranked EF4 and left behind a 13-mile path of destruction from Garland to Rowlett. Partnering with […]

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