“We are a small congregation, but not too small to do what we are able to do.”
“I am so very thankful for the generosity of those who registered.”
“I have tremendous faith in Stuart Lang and Georgia Baptist Disaster Relief…
“We are now engaged or about to be engaged on five different sites.”
“Some of these people were just starting to get settled in Florida when the hurricane forced them to be uprooted again.”
Evacuees from the gathering storm take their rest in Georgia Baptist churches.
2017 Disaster Relief projects off to slow start but catching up fast; registration ends today for Sept. 16 training
Disaster units remain on standby for service in Texas … but their services may be needed in Georgia as well by next week.
“Our campus will be fully operational for our students who remain on campus.”
“[We’re] planning for the worst hurricane the Atlantic Ocean has seen since we’ve been keeping records.”
Fifteen years ago this week Georgia Baptists turned out in force to house evacuees from both Hurricane Katrina and Rita. This weekend another Category 5 storm, Irma, will make landfall in Florida.