Volunteers continue Hurricane Harvey rebuilding efforts

Posted by Spalding Hurst

July 2, 2018

Disaster Relief volunteers made a return trip to continue to assist the underserved population in the Southwest area of Houston that was devastated by Hurricane Harvey last August. Upon arrival in Houston, SCN volunteers met with Pastor Gentry and the staff of the Free Indeed Church.

“Each and everyone was so helpful in selecting the different sites of where we would be working for the week,” said Sister Luke. “These ministers accompanied and introduced us to each homeowner.”

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  1. Joel Urumpil SCN

    Each of the engagements shared is praiseworthy and inspirational- an attempt to deepen oneness in Christ Joel


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