Kansas District Superintendent Ed Rotz and his team are in clean-up mode after a flood destroyed their offices Friday morning.
Approximately 3 ½ feet of water destroyed 40 years of sermons, computer, legal files, furniture, 700-800 books, and more. The Manhattan, Kansas, area is not a flood zone. Rather, a nearby creek could not contain the amount of rain that poured down in a short period of time.
A temporary office is in the process of being set up this week. Friends and volunteers are assisting in the clean-up.
Please pray for Rev. Rotz and the Kansas District as they attempt to piece together the district office and records.