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Sunday, May 29, 2011


i have a boatload of work to do before i leave for a week with our church's middle and high schoolers for summer camp. i'm still processing my 48 hours in tuscaloosa. but i don't want to miss an opportunity to share what's going on in my world.
it's sad, really, that images like this have become almost commonplace over the past month.
joplin; oaklahoma city; ringold, ga; memphis… it's almost overwhelming.
there's more i would like to say about all of this, but i still have a job i need to finish tonite and i need to pack.
so i'll be brief. {it's a first, i know!}
please, please, please… don't forget those in need.
i volunteered with Samaritan's Purse. i knew about their shoeboxes for needy kids all over the world… but i had no idea they were in the disaster relief business.
i don't know where you feel comfortable giving… but i do know that SP is a reputable organization that uses its resources wisely.
don't forget.
there is genuine need.
i don't know what the weather is like in your neck of the woods… but in tuscaloosa, it's already an oven. and there's SO much work to be done outside in the blazing sunshine.
water. sunscreen. water. energy bars. food. talents. the need is overwhelming.
but the Spirit… He's alive and well. i saw Him in abundance.
want to see for yourself? go to the SP website… there's all kinds of stories of hope in the ruins.
have a great week, y'all…

1 comment:

  1. So much devastation, so much heartache. Thanks for pointing out the work that Samaritan's Purse is doing. I'm going to check it out.


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