Sending help from the Sanctuary
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When disaster strikes, we respond.
The number of catastrophes in 2019 was the highest number of catastrophes in any year in the U.S. with a threshold of $25 million or more in insured losses. We can't do everything, but we can do something.
When disaster strikes, local organizations are the first ones on site to began then critical work of helping those affected to safety. We can't always be there, but we can activate resources to keep the rescue efforts going.
From tractor trailers full of water to truckloads of non-perishables and diapers, sending relief to affected areas is costly. We partner with boots-on-the-ground organizations who are actively sending relief to expedite their efforts and get those trucks moving!
The longterm effects of natural disasters and national crisis often require physical rebuilding as well as emotional and spiritual. Coming alongside local churches and ministries, we can help relieve that burden.
What Can We Do?
Even when you're prepared, disasters equal loss. We want to fill that loss with hope. In times of crisis, we partner with local services and established organizations to help maximize their relief efforts. There are three primary needs after disaster strikes: rescue, relief, and restoration. We find ways to be part of the solution, and send resources and support to meet those needs.
Hope City Church didn't hesitate to help when their community was literally under water, and neither did we. Hear heartwarming stories of survival and sacrifice in this video from Pastor Jeremy Foster.View Posts
Local churches suffered great loss in the pandemic. Without the technology and infrastructure to meet online or virtually, many smaller congregations faced shutting their doors and losing their churches for good. With your help, we were able to provide much needed relief in this time of crisis.View Posts
This local church in Houston provided temporary shelter for 300 people displaced by Hurricane Harvey. Pastor Scott Jones says the road ahead is long, but even his faith has been renewed by the outreach and support of Jentezen Franklin Ministries.View Posts