September 11, 2019
|September 9, 2019 by Barbara Denman, Florida Baptist Convention|
|The utter destruction Hurricane Dorian wreaked on his homeland in the Bahamas is “too much to wrap my head around,” said Jacksonville, Fla., pastor Kenny Roberts.|
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|September 9, 2019 by Brandon Elrod, NAMB|
Hurricane Dorian made landfall Sept. 6 in northeast North Carolina as a Category 1 storm at Cape Hatteras, as first responders in the Bahamas still worked to reach survivors.
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Dorian: N.C. Baptists respond
Hurricane Dorian wasn't as bad as many feared, but it left devastation in its wake nonetheless. Pray for those affected by the storm, including disaster relief volunteers.
The latest reports from Baptists on Mission, also known as N.C. Baptist Men (NCBM), indicate a recovery site has been established in Atlantic, N.C., to serve Cedar Island. NCBM also has a mass feeding and recovery site at Cape Hatteras Baptist Church to serve the surrounding communities, with plans to set up an additional site on Ocracoke Island.
You can volunteer at baptistsonmission.org/Dorian.
Consider making a financial donation to N.C. disaster relief directly through the NCBM website or through the North Carolina Missions Offering at ncmissionsoffering.org.
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