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Help those hurting from the January 12 storms and tornadoes

Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief teams have deployed to assist areas of Alabama that were hit hard by the storms and tornadoes of January 12. People are hurting. Some local church facilities were damaged or destroyed. Your gifts will go directly to help these needs and more. (No DR contribution is used to pay salaries because the Cooperative Program has already provided for the ministry infrastructure that enables the quick mobilization of volunteers, equipment and other

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Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief efforts wrapping up in Florida

Five weeks after Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida, Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief teams are packing up to come home. “It’s faster than I thought — I anticipated us being there at least two more weeks,” said Mark Wakefield, state disaster relief strategist. Alabama Baptist teams — which have been based in Arcadia, Florida, throughout the effort — took in 1,005 requests for help from area residents. After the water receded and volunteers began cleanup efforts,

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Supplying A Need: Texas Native Leads Alabama’s Feeding Teams When Disaster Strikes

Becky Noland knows what it’s like to be at your wit’s end and have someone show up with food. “I grew up on the Gulf Coast in Texas and experienced what it’s like to go through hurricanes,” she said. And after she moved to Alabama, she often would go back to help her parents with cleanup after a storm. “I know how frustrating it can get and how much it can mean to get some

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DR Chaplain Sees God’s Hand In Home Visits After Hurricane Ian

Cliff Knight said he knew God had arranged the visit before he even got to the house. It was his first day as an Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief chaplain, and he was riding around Arcadia, Florida, with Rich Power, an assessor visiting homeowners who had requested help in the wake of Hurricane Ian. “We were making our second visit, and he informed me this next visit may be a tough one,” said Knight, who also

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