Chaplains Share Hope After Flooding in Texas

By   •   July 10, 2018

chaplain praying with a man
The Billy Graham Rapid Response Team (RRT) is partnering alongside Samaritan’s Purse to comfort those facing recent flooding in Hidalgo County, Texas.
chaplains outside flooded home
Six chaplains deployed to the southeastern tip of the Lone Star State to offer emotional and spiritual care.
chaplains outside flooded home
The county received more than 15 inches of rain June 21-22, causing an estimated 300-400 homes to be damaged.
chaplains having a group prayer with community
Crisis-trained chaplains and volunteers pray for those affected by the storm, offering the hope of Jesus Christ.
chaplains smile
The joy of the Lord can still be found in the midst of tragedy.
chaplain talks with man outside
A chaplain talks with a man outside while sitting on furniture pulled out from a flooded home.
chaplain talks with man outside
Please continue to keep these Texans in your prayers as they continue to recover in the coming days.

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  1. William Reimer says:

    Keep up your great ministries!!

  2. Erma Miller says:

    My heart is touched by the outpouring of love and hope that can be brought to hurting people. God bless.

  3. Bonnie says:

    Praise God for his power and provision to send Christians to help and console others to bring glory to God. Thank you so much for serving as we who cannot go but are praying for you.

  4. Laura says:

    Thanks so much, Kevin! It was an honor meeting you and Leslie!

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