Baptist Mid-Missions’ World Relief project progresses as we help those affected by Hurricanes Florence and Michael. Because the churches we’re partnering with support Baptist Mid-Missions missionaries, the project is also a way for us to give back to those who have given to the cause of missions.
In the weeks since Hurricane Florence struck, efforts have progressed from recovery to rebuilding. Baptist Mid-Missions has assisted two Jacksonville, North Carolina, churches that will distribute the funds to church and community members whose property suffered damage such as such as soaked drywall, ruined flooring, and other structural issues.
Hurricane Michael created extensive, devastating damage. Many phone lines are still down, and internet connection is intermittent. We are making contact with churches in Panama City, Florida, receiving assessments of needs, and offering assistance through available funds. Gifts to Hurricane Relief will make a difference in lives affected by Hurricanes Florence and Michael.
Your help matters
Would you join us in maximizing the help we can offer to our brothers and sisters in Christ in hurricane-affected areas? Your gifts also help believers reach out with the gospel to friends and neighbors affected.
You may give to the World Relief—Hurricane fund through any of these options:
Online (Choose “World Relief” then “Hurricane” from the pulldown menus.)
By check—payable to Baptist Mid-Missions Foundation with “World Relief—Hurricane”on the memo line. Mail to Baptist Mid-Missions, PO Box 308011, Cleveland, OH 44130-8011.
Thank you for your faithful partnership in prayer and giving. In times of tragedy, your help answers the prayers of needy people and demonstrates Christ’s compassion to a world that needs the Savior.
Photo: "The Florida National Guard’s Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and high-yield Explosive (CBRNE) Enhanced Response Force Package (CERFP) reconnaissance team performs an initial recon of Mexico Beach after Hurricane Michael made landfall. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Carmen Fleischmann) https://www.flickr.com/photos/33252741@N08/45218034312