Ministering in Oklahoma

By   •   June 3, 2013

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Safe and Saved: Storm Survival in Oklahoma
The second tornado outbreak in less than two weeks prompted more than 200 people to take shelter at a Baptist church in Moore, Oklahoma, and after it was all over, Rapid Response Team chaplains had prayed with 11 people who gave their life to Christ.

One Oklahoma Family’s Story of Salvation
When God used Rapid Response Team chaplains Jeff and Terri Naber to lead an Oklahoma tornado survivor to Christ, they had no idea He was just getting started. But after a divine appointment, six from the same family had surrendered their hearts to Jesus.

Loving Like Jesus in Devastated Oklahoma
As Oklahoma residents grapple with grief and loss following a series of deadly tornadoes, crisis-trained Rapid Response Team chaplains are there to listen and pray.

Stories From Inside Oklahoma Rubble
Stories of hope and heartbreak are emerging from the wreckage of the tornado in Moore, Oklahoma, as trained chaplains with the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team begin ministering to the survivors of the deadly storm.

Her heart was racing as the tornado rumbling grew louder. Read how Casey Hedrick and her two children relied on the Lord’s comfort to escape the rubble at a Moore, Okla., junior high school.

Rapid Response Team chaplains are in Moore, Okla., to help meet the emotional and spiritual needs of a community devastated by a deadly tornado.

“Our hearts are breaking for all those in the path of this horrific tornado. Our entire organization is praying for them.”


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