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s residents in Illinois, Indiana and throughout the Midwest continue to recover from a series of tornadoes that struck Nov. 17, Southern Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers are bringing free cleanup and recovery services along with the hope only God can give in the midst of such loss.
As survivors sorted through the devastation of tornadoes that struck throughout the Midwest on Sunday, Nov. 17, 2013, Southern Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers came alongside to meet physical needs and offer spiritual hope. In this video, Fritz Wilson, the North American Mission Board's executive director for Disaster Relief shares how volunteers are helping.
Thousands of Southern Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers answered the call to provide help, healing and hope in the wake of Hurricane Sandy's devastation. They continue to respond today.
Learn more about Southern Baptist Disaster Relief at baptistrelief.org >>
Gail J. McGovern, American Red Cross President and CEO
Southern Baptist Disaster Relief volunteer Gary Hunley knows what tornado victims in Oklahoma have been going through. He was once a victim instead of a volunteer. In this video, see the unique opportunity he has to give back what was once given to him.
"When everyone is asking why, we answer. With help, healing and hope. We are Southern Baptist Disaster Relief. We answer. To help, visit BaptistRelief.org." This television spot began airing in June 2013.
For the people of Moore, Oklahoma, life and death will never be the same. Follow Southern Baptist chaplains and disaster relief volunteers as they deliver help, hope, and healing to a broken and hurting community.
In this video update NAMB President Kevin Ezell shares what Southern Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers are doing to help survivors of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado.
Why would college students spend part of their winter break in Staten Island do "mud-out" and demolition work in homes flooded by Hurricane Sandy? In this video, participants share what their "hard labor experience" was like—and how the opportunity to share the love of Christ with residents made it all worth it.
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