Rapid Response teams research needs

At 3:45 a.m. Sunday, January 22, an EF3 tornado ripped through a mobile home park in Adel, Ga., leveling nearly half of the 40 homes and taking at least seven lives.

Less than 24 hours later, a massive tornado struck Albany, Ga., taking nine more lives and leaving many homes heavily damaged or destroyed.

“This was a bad storm,” reported Andre Weaver, our Rapid Response director. “There is still a two-year-old missing.” Our Georgia Rapid Response team is on the ground, researching damages and helping with cleanup.

In Mississippi four people were killed on Saturday, January 21, when an EF3 tornado hit Hattiesburg. The tornado damaged or destroyed more than 1,000 homes. Our Mississippi response team is responding with cleanup for tornado survivors.

Please keep our staff and volunteers in your prayers as they minister to families affected by the tornadoes.

One of many mobile homes in Albany, Ga., crushed by the devastating tornado.

One of many mobile homes in Albany, Ga., crushed by the devastating tornado.

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