Somebody Cares at Christmas and Beyond

On Sunday, December 14, and Monday, December 15, Somebody Cares hosted a mini-retreat for front-line Ike relief workers at a hotel in Houston’s Galleria area. Bringing in pastors, ministry leaders, and workers from Galveston, Oak Island, Beaumont, Cleveland,...

FREDDIESVILLE THANKSGIVING REPORT

FREDDIESVILLE TX: FLOODED BUT NOT FORGOTTEN “This hurricane was the best thing that ever happened to me,” says Delia from Freddiesville, a small neighborhood just north of the causeway leading into Galveston. That statement is more than a little surprising when you...

THANKSGIVING REPORT FROM SCA

TRUE WITNESSES John never imagined he would be homeless and sleeping on the beaches of Galveston Island. Just a few years ago, he was a manager in a chemical plant just outside of Houston. A painful divorce led to illegal drug use, which then led to his arrest and the...

Helping Families Caught in the Undertow of Ike

National media attention about the devastation of Ike is over, but the need is not over. It is still very real. After seeing thousands of people receive hot meals and visiting families whose homes were damaged in the storm Mike Lynch, our partner from Blood-N-Fire,...

IKE Relief Update–September 21st

In the wake of Ike devastation Somebody Cares continues to be the tangible expression of Christ by mobilizing our network of relationship to meet the seemingly unending needs. SCA has been responding to calls from individuals as well as entire apartment complexes with...