The Disaster Response Services programs reach out to those suffering in the wake of crises in the United States. Our goal is to minister the love and comfort of Jesus in times of loss and distress. If long-term recovery help is needed in a disaster area, our DRS rebuilding program sets up a base, and… Read more
Disaster Response Services
Would they be safe from all the wind and rain that people say come with a hurricane? Where would they go? Michael replied, “Grandma, are you scared?”
Sara told a Disaster Response chaplain, “The Lord told me, Get out of this room! I didn’t immediately move because I thought I should be in the bathroom.
Carmen’s house was being destroyed by termites. A Disaster Response crew easily tore down her infested walls by hand…..
Deadly tornadoes began sweeping across southern United States on Easter Sunday. The storm system affected at least seven states.
Disaster Response teams helped repair ninety-three-year-old Anna’s* house after Hurricane Michael swept through her neighborhood in Florida.
Pray that they will see the One we represent—Jesus Christ. Thank you, supporters and volunteers, for sharing God’s love with others in times of hardship.
During the 2018-2019 Disaster Response rebuilding season, volunteers and staff repaired homes and ministered to disaster victims in the following areas.
During the rebuilding season, as a way of reaching out staff in Beaumont, Texas, set up a food stand where they served free hotdogs, chips, and soda.
Kathryn’s* house was already in bad shape before Hurricane Harvey destruction hit Texas and created more damage to her home.
Josiah is in a wheelchair from an accident. As a disabled man, he has an amazing determination and a resilient spirit!
With Hurricane Florence Will & Edith lost most of their belongings.
Our DRS rebuilding projects are in full swing at a record number of disaster locations. Staff and volunteers are busy rebuilding and remodeling houses for disaster survivors in various states as well as Puerto Rico.
Did you help cleanup or rebuild after the terrible damage caused by Hurricane Harvey or the other hurricanes of 2017?
The devastation . . . is breathtaking. Electric poles are lying on the ground and miles of power lines, like snarled fishing line. Vehicles are huddled under fallen roofs or surrounded by debris, ready to be dug out and evaluated for damages. Trees are lying everywhere. Acres of trees are snapped in pieces. Roofs have gaping holes and siding has been shredded. Water, once taken for granted is rationed carefully. Food is appreciated like a small savings account.