Those who attend Spencer Wesleyan Church are tangibly showing Christ’s love to victims affected by recent flooding in the area.
With 146,000 homes damaged in Louisiana, this is the worst disaster in the US since 2012’s superstorm Sandy. Opportunities abound for volunteer teams to lend a hand.
In 24 hours, 1/4 of the annual rainfall came down. Many of our people have lost everything in their homes, including the national superintendent. But the church is reaching out to help others.
Wesleyans in the Carolinas are stepping up to help those recently plagued by flood waters in South Carolina, known as the “1,000 year event.”
Fifty-five churches and 10,000 members exist in Myanmar, a country gravely affected by flooding as a result of monsoon rains. Of those churches, 75% have been affected, whether damaged or destroyed.
The river pictured in northwest Myanmar is ordinarily a couple hundred feet across. It swelled to over half a mile and more in places and is only one symptom of destructive flooding nationwide.
Many Mozambicans are battling hunger and hardship, months after flooding destroyed their homes and livelihood. But God is still moving and lives are being made new. The church there continues to grow.
Pastors in Mozambique report how they, their churches, and church congregants are still suffering after recent flooding. They are grateful for your continued prayers and assistance.
I woke hearing the water enter the house. My family ran outside, and soon our house collapsed. We climbed a huge tree where we spent six days in the branches without food or clean water.
Papua New Guinean Wesleyans request prayer amidst devastating flooding.
Kingswood University has served a major role in assisting Sussex, New Brunswick, flood victims.
After the massive flooding in Mozambique, many had to be relocated away from flood plains. Drilling wells in new locations provides new opportunities for gospel encounters at the village wells.
Rev. Michael Dascoli reports on how recent flooding has impacted his city of Estes Park, Colorado.