On January 9, a tornado left a trail of destruction in southwest Georgia near Arlington. It leveled two houses and damaged several other homes. The tornado also wreaked havoc on century-old stands of oak trees and southern pines.
The Georgia Rapid Response team organized a workday to help clean up in this area. They split into two crews and cleaned up six homes. Cleanup included piling trees to be burned, removing tree limbs from buildings, and tarping several roofs.
We thank God for granting safety and favorable weather to the 18 men involved in this project. These men provided a total of 144 hours of labor using skid loaders, mini excavators, a man lift, and lots of sweat equity.
Please pray that people affected by this storm will feel God’s peace and grace.
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