Monday, August 28, 2017

Disaster Relief Edition: What You Can Do

Hurricane Harvey & Our Response to Pray and Help

Here are some practical ways you can help right now. Read More

5 Ways to Get Involved in Disaster Relief

Here are five key things to remember when thinking about disaster relief. Read More

When Disaster Strikes, Is It Enough to Pray?

Is prayer enough in a time of disaster? Or should we as His church focus our efforts toward other methods of assistance? Read More

From the Flooded Grounds of Houston

As Hurricane Harvey continues to dump rain in the billions of gallons, I see Christlike instincts cresting and rising in our city. Read More

Houston Churches Fight Flooding After Harvey Cancels Services

Congregations take ‘all ready but not yet’ approach to Texas rains of biblical proportions. Read More

7 Terms You Need to Know to Understand the Houston Flood

Late last week Hurricane Harvey, the most powerful hurricane to hit Texas in more than 50 years, struck the Houston area, causing an unprecedented flood. Localized rain amounts of up to 50 inches are possible by the end of this week. The result, as the Weather Channel observes, is this may end up being one of the worst flood disasters in U.S. history.

To fully understand the problem, though, requires knowing flood-related terminology that may be foreign to most Americans. Here are seven terms you need to know to make sense of the news about the disaster in Houston. Read More

Photo Credit: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

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