Disaster and Deliverance
What a difference a day can make. Cookeville, our home town, in addition to the Nashville area, was ravaged by tornadoes early Tuesday morning. Our property in Cookeville was untouched. Amazingly, none of our family scattered throughout the state are known to have suffered damage. While very thankful for that grace, we grieve and participate with friends who suffer demolished homes and businesses, as well as with strangers, who lost beloved family members and all their belongings.
Our home church of membership, The Donelson Fellowship, uses the church building as an emergency relief center (link is to WTVF Report) during these critical days. We give thanks today, knowing that the congregation with whom we join in worship serves meals, receives supplies, and takes teams into neighborhoods to assist with clean-up or other needs. We know of three people who were saved this week because of these efforts. Others, too, are certainly being saved. Candidly, it is a bit emotional to be in Michigan sharing ministry reports, when there are urgent needs back home. Still, what a difference a day can make as people band together to help.
- Remember, with us, the many people affected by Tennessee’s tornadoes. Pray for all the families grieving the passing of loved ones, or the loss of homes and businesses.
- Recent news from missionary friends in Cote d’Ivoire underlines again that electoral tensions rise over the upcoming presidential elections in the fall. Continue to pray that God grows the nation into being a stable democratic republic for the region before, during, and after elections.
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