The Rev. Ken Hennings, president of the LCMS Texas District, thanks those who have helped and invites additional volunteers.
Lutheran Church Extension Fund (LCEF) is also providing aid through its Kaleidoscope Fund.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod and local districts will continue providing long-term recovery and care for disaster victims, including those affected by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma.
The photo of the African-American deputy carrying two white children across floodwaters has been shared widely as a symbol of racial harmony.
The Rev. Ross Johnson, director of LCMS Disaster Response, and the Rev. Michael Meyer, manager of LCMS Disaster Response, joined host Kip Allen on September’s “Free to be Faithful” program on Worldwide KFUO to discuss how Christians respond to disasters.
As the news reports become fewer, headlines fade and people grow weary of hearing about catastrophes, The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod and district efforts will continue toward long-term recovery and care for the victims of Harvey and Irma … and perhaps Maria.
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