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Clarke Assoc. buys trailer to start disaster relief team

Back in April, the people of Fulton found themselves in the middle of a lot of water and a lot of heartbreak. “We had quite a bit of flooding,” said Keith Johnson, pastor of First Baptist Church, Fulton, in Clarke Baptist Association. And they needed quite a bit of help.

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AUM athletics, BCM team up for hurricane relief

Spring break often means a chance to travel but for many Baptist Campus Ministries (BCM) students, the travel is tied to a chance to serve and do missions. Reports from BCM groups across the state are beginning to surface while one story from a trip leading into the current spring

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Jacksonville Tornado Update

Strong storms moved across North Alabama Monday evening, March 19, spawning several tornadoes. Among the hardest hit areas was Jacksonville in Calhoun Association, where the campus of Jacksonville State University sustained damage and the West Point Baptist Church building was partially destroyed. In Etowah Association, Rainbow City and Southside were

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The Yellow Shirt Army Wants You!

What exactly is the “Yellow Shirt Army”? The answer to the question begins with God’s call on every believer to be His hands and feet. For those who become part of this army – those who volunteer to be part of Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief – this calling will nudge

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Upcoming Disaster Relief trainings scheduled to take place across state

In times of crisis, trained Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) volunteers play a critical role in meeting the needs in the affected community, including helping first responders cope with the tragedy. Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) is one of the upcoming trainings scheduled for this spring through Alabama Baptist Disaster

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Ministry of presence big part of disaster relief work

Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief (ABDR) teams across the state were on alert as Hurricane Nate made landfall Oct. 7 but fortunately, the storm brought mostly rain as it passed through Alabama. That was good news for the state and for ABDR teams, many of whom have been busy serving in

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Disaster Relief Volunteers in Puerto Rico

Southern Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers are making their way to Puerto Rico. They will be assisting local churches with whatever needs present themselves. The future plan is for the Southern Baptist Disaster Relief network to divide the island into regions and for various state conventions to work to take care

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Disaster relief work continues in Florida

Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief (ABDR) volunteers helping residents in hurricane-ravaged Florida are finding many physical needs and great spiritual needs as well. “A lot of it is heartbreaking but some of it is joyous,” said Thelma Goolsby, an ABDR chaplain from Hepzibah Baptist Church, McCalla, in Pleasant Grove Baptist Association,

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