KFUO Audio: St. Mark’s Lutheran responds to winter 2015 floods in Eureka, Mo.

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Floodwaters overtake the business district in Eureka, Mo., on Dec. 31, 2015. (LCMS Communications/Erik M. Lunsford)

During an interview on May 16 with KFUO Radio’s Andy Bates, the Rev. Bob Liebmann and Denise Kasten of St. Mark’s Lutheran in Eureka, Mo., talk about St. Mark’s response to Christmas week 2015 floods in the Eureka, Mo., area.

 

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Learn more:

  • Visit stmarkseureka.org for more information about St. Mark’s Lutheran in Eureka, Mo.
  • Visit lcms.org/disaster for information about the work of LCMS Disaster Response.
Audio interview courtesy of KFUO Radio.

KFUO Radio is the listener-supported broadcast ministry of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, operating KFUO-AM 850 Lutheran talk radio in St. Louis, Mo.

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2 Responses to KFUO Audio: St. Mark’s Lutheran responds to winter 2015 floods in Eureka, Mo.

  1. Debra Ball-Kilbourne June 17, 2016 at 10:59 am #

    Are the Lutherans working with United Methodist Committee on Relief as partners in this flood response?

    • June 17, 2016 at 1:44 pm #

      Debra, this is a great question. After a disaster, there are always many groups working to provide relief and care to the victims. Sometimes, much of the work takes place in conjunction with the local VOAD group (Volunteer Organizations After a Disaster). While we don’t officially partner with them (or the individual groups) at the national level, it is helpful at the local level to know what all the other groups are doing so we don’t use our limited resources to build duplicate structures. Often, this necessitates conversation, communication, and sometimes even a coordination of sorts. In the end, though, it’s still no partnership (of the Altar and Pulpit kind), just different groups who are all looking at the needs of the affected community and each filling some of those needs as they’re able. Please email disaster@lcms.org if you have further questions.

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