KATRINA: The storm’s devastation, the faithful’s determination
NEW ORLEANS (BP)--Five years have passed since Hurricane Katrina hurtled its way across southeastern Louisiana and the rest of the central Gulf Coast. More than 1,800 deaths were recorded. Thousands upon thousands of people were displaced; in New Orleans, the U.S. Census Bureau reported a 53.9 percent drop in population ...
KATRINA: A tale of 2 Mississippi churches
BILOXI, Miss. (BP)--Waves of generosity followed Hurricane Katrina's storm surge across the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
KATRINA: A seminary’s rise from the flood
NEW ORLEANS (BP)--Many of the visible marks left by Hurricane Katrina five years ago have been washed away by time and hard work, but the impact of the storm continues to affect New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
FIRST-PERSON (KATRINA) — David Hankins:
The Lord’s promise is faithful and true
ALEXANDRIA, La. (BP)--The promise of the Lord is that good comes from tragedy.
FIRST-PERSON (KATRINA) — Jim Futral:
A 5th anniversary
JACKSON, Miss. (BP)--Through the years, I have known several ladies named Katrina.
FIRST-PERSON (KATRINA) — Joe McKeever:
Leaving our prints on this city
NEW ORLEANS (BP)--New Orleans artist Sherry Francalancia has been making the rounds asking local artists for their handprints on a work she is producing.