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Kentucky church looks ahead after ‘total devastation’

despite the sorrow of the Dec. 10 storms that brought significant damage to their small town. The rare December tornadoes killed dozens of people and destroyed hundreds of homes and buildings.

SBC DIGEST: AAEO materials released; Send Relief to hold online discussion on human trafficking

Annie Armstrong Easter Offering promotional materials available; Send Relief to hold online discussion on human trafficking

Alabama chaplaincy teams provide spiritual support to Kentucky relief efforts

Cookie Baker has been on a lot of disaster relief trips, but she says something hit differently about this one – the children.

Tennessee Association first to use drone in Disaster Relief efforts

MORRISTOWN, Tenn. (BP) – When a teenage girl went missing in the east Tennessee mountains while walking her dogs, emergency responder Brandon Ramsey was able to do in 10 minutes what searchers on the ground couldn’t in more than two hours.

SBC DIGEST: Texas church still rebuilding from Harvey; Georgia tornado-damaged church helps Kentucky tornado victims

Texas Baptist Men rebuild church gym destroyed by Hurricane Harvey; Tornado-ravaged Georgia church celebrates 'grand reopening' by collecting offering for Kentucky.

Looking past fire and ash, a reminder of what’s important

LOUISVILLE, Colo. (BP) – Linda Hinkle didn’t get her “one more time” into the house.

Colorado Baptists respond to wind-driven fire destruction

LAFAYETTE, Colo. (BP) – Colorado Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers are continuing feeding efforts for those displaced by a fast-moving fire last week, a spokesman told Baptist Press.

Work in western Kentucky a picture of the Cooperative Program, Crow says

MURRAY, Ky. (BP) – Ron Crow says the work being done in western Kentucky is a visual image of the Cooperative Program in action.

Redland church adopts Afghan refugee family

necessities. The families, who are Muslim, are overwhelmingly appreciative of the “Afghan team,” and RBC members are excited. Over 30 members are significantly involved, and the whole church is supportive. “It’s like a mini-revival,” said Outreach Minister Peggy Peek.

FBC Murray serves as vital hub during disaster relief

MURRAY, Ky. (BP) – There have been too many donation drives and relief efforts for Mayfield tornado victims established over the last 11 days to count, but one of the largest operations in the area is currently headquartered at First Baptist Church of Murray. First Baptist Senior Pastor Keith Inman said the church is currently […]