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Posts for March 2012

Tornado Relief Salyersville, KY: New Update!

God is answering prayers in Salyersville, KY!  Since we asked for prayer to locate a base camp for responders and supplies to help the community in our update 10 days ago, great things are happening!  Check out the updates below: Housing for Responders  The First Baptist Church of Salyersville has provided accommodations for up to […]

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Cultivate a Life of Doing Good

By Dr. Jodie Nelson Chiricosta Isaiah 1:17 “Learn to do good; seek justice; rebuke the oppressor; defend the fatherless, plead for the widow.” Joy’s life was joyless. She had endured heavy doses of anger and abuse from her father, which she tried to escape by going away to college. Drowning her sorrows by drinking got […]

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Flood Relief on the Foundation of Prayer!

When Tropical Storm Lee passed through the Eastern United States last September, it caused record rainfalls and devastating floods in York County, Pennsylvania, home to one of our Somebody Cares chapters. Many families suffered severe loss to their homes in the wake of Lee, with flooding producing $2.9 million in damages in York County alone. […]

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Storms Demolish Towns in Indiana & Kentucky

Somebody Cares disaster assessment partners are on the ground in Indiana and Kentucky responding to a deadly storm system that spawned tornados on Friday, March 2, causing damage to structures such as homes, schools and churches, and even taking lives. According to news reports, at least 37 deaths and hundreds of homes were destroyed in […]

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Show Tornado Survivors Somebody Cares

Somebody Cares partners are already on the ground in Indiana and Kentucky responding to a deadly storm system that spawned over 40 tornadoes this weekend.  The tornadoes damaged  homes, schools and churches, and took lives. According to news reports, at least 39 deaths and hundreds of homes were destroyed in Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Alabama, and Georgia. But amid […]

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