Stepping into the Need



What would you do in a disaster?


  • Cower in a corner
  • Lend a helping hand
  • Run for my life

Some Christians are called to disaster relief. They train for it, and they head out at the first sign of trouble.

Other Christians unexpectedly find themselves in the path of disaster. Some of them suddenly become disaster relief coordinators, filling a need they never imagined.

Let us pray for our brothers and sisters in Mexico, Dominica, Puerto Rico and other islands who are stepping into great need with more faith than training.

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4 Responses to Stepping into the Need

  1. I find that I get bored easily, so I usually run to the sound of the guns.

    • Shirlee Abbott says:

      You’re one of the “trained for disaster” people, Andrew, who run toward trouble — hard-wired that way by God.

  2. Sydna Spancake says:

    Let’s not forget about Texas as there are sill 60,000 families left homeless.

    God Bless
    Keep Your Eye On The Storm

    • Good point, Sydna. Texas was the first disaster, followed by Florida. I suspect that the prepared responders are fewer and less prepared as the disasters pile one on top of another.

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