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Florence has passed, but the need remains



  • September 17, 2018
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You know it’s hard to leave home,” North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper said this weekend. “You miss it as soon as you walk out the door. But tens of thousands of North Carolinians have had to do that this week.

After dumping more than two feet of rain in many places, Hurricane Florence left families in both North Carolina and South Carolina homeless and caused an estimated $18 billion in damage. More than 600,000 people remain without power. Seventeen people are dead.

Although the winds and the rain have calmed, the massive recovery effort is just beginning. Victims are still in shock, and they desperately need water, food, and other essentials to get through the uncertainty of the next few weeks. Your $50 gift right now will provide these crucial items to someone affected by Hurricane Florence.

Our partners have already delivered truckloads of supplies as well as Bibles to some of the most affected areas, but the needs are still great. It’s going to take a team effort to help all of those whose lives have been devastated by this tragedy … and you play a vital role.

Now is the time for the church to respond — to be the hands, feet, and heart of Jesus to victims of Hurricane Florence. Now is the time for YOU to respond. 

Please give as generously as you can. These families have lost everything. You can give them help for today and hope for tomorrow.

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