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Community, Faith

Churches help with Hurricane Idalia response

| Hansen Hasenberg
Natural disasters may bring the worst of mother nature to communities, but they can also bring the best of human nature. An example of this is the faith based organizations which come to the aid of people impacted by storms such as hurricanes and tornadoes. In the wake of Hurricane Idalia, a category 3 storm which ravaged parts of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina, these organizations, including churches, either sent supplies or volunteers to help clean up debris and rebuild.
Community Life Church members went to Madison, Florida, to help Hurricane Idalia victims get back on their feet.


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