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Posts for December 2019

SCA Christmas 2019

By the blessing of the upright a city is exalted. (Proverbs 11:11) Across the U.S. and beyond, the Somebody Cares network of chapters is spreading the joy of the season throughout their communities! In St. Augustine, Florida, 16 churches and organizations came together in November to collect and donate 640 coats, along with bins full […]

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Thanksgiving on the Border

Somebody Cares and the Holy Smoke Grill Team traveled to the border town of Roma, Texas, for a community Thanksgiving meal. The team smoked 2,400 pounds of turkey that was served with all the fixings to 3,000 people at Roma High School. “We are blessed to come here and serve this community,” said Mark Roye […]

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Join Our Prayer Force!

It is easy to become overwhelmed or discouraged personally as well as in the ministry or work where we serve. There is an enemy and he has come to kill, steal and destroy God’s Kingdom and His family. We know that the weapons we fight with are not weapons of the world but have divine […]

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Not Forgotten! Aid Still Reaching The Bahamas!

The devastation Hurricane Dorian left in parts of The Bahamas has largely been forgotten in the news. But we have not forgotten. The Somebody Cares network of ministry partners and churches is still bringing relief to the islands and helping with the recovery process. Just recently, Somebody Cares partnered with Bahama Faith Ministries International in Nassau to give essential supplies […]

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Field Report from The Bahamas

  Lisa Stringer and Jodie Chiricosta, SCA Vice President, were in The Bahamas this week and sent this report. “In the midst of the vast need in The Bahamas, and while still dealing with the terrifying experience so many Dorian survivors faced during the hurricane, the Church and government called a National Day of Prayer.  […]

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Relief Efforts Ramping Up in the Bahamas

As the magnitude of tragedy in the Bahamas due to Hurricane Dorian unfolds, the Somebody Cares network of ministry partners is ramping up relief and recovery efforts.  Initial supplies have already reached and been distributed in Green Turtle Cay, one of the barrier islands off mainland Great Abaco The Bahamas. . The Somebody Cares network has staging […]

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Dorian Devastates Bahamas

While we thank God that Hurricane Dorian weakened in strength and shifted course away from Florida, our hearts are broken for our neighbors in the Bahamas, who are reeling from a direct hit from the storm when it was a Category 5. As reports and images come in through the news and other sources, the […]

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Baltimore: The Good News Behind the Bad News

Area churches and ministries are letting the city know SOMEBODY still CARES! As the city of Baltimore is caught in the crossfire of political and social media banter this week, Somebody Cares Baltimore continues to bring hope and connect people to much needed resources on a daily basis, as it has done for the past […]

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A Delegation to Bless Israel

“Walk about Zion, go around her, count her towners, consider well her ramparts, view her citadels, that you may tell them to the next generation.” (Psalm 48:12-13) The renewed rise of anti-Semitism, particularly among younger people, and concerted attempts to ostracize and invalidate Israel in our day is a clarion call for Christians to pray for and […]

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State of Emergency in Northern California

Rainfall from severe, slow-moving storms earlier this week has resulted in major flooding in Northern California, prompting Gov. Gavin Newsom to declare a state of emergency in five counties. The overflowing Russian River in Sonoma County led to a mandatory evacuation order on Tuesday after a massive mudslide occurred nearby. At least two towns have […]

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