Hurricane Katrina Fund to Aid Church of God Members
Church of God Brethren,
It's difficult to grasp the pictures. Biloxi, Mississippi, completely destroyed; the Mississippi River pouring into New Orleans; dead bodies floating on the fetid waters; cries from desperate people stranded in their attics and on their rooftops, their homes flooded, their possessions destroyed; sons and daughters looking for their elderly parents, not knowing if they survived; widespread looting; murder and rapes in the Superdome.
"I don't think anybody can be prepared for the vastness of the destruction . . . You can look at a picture, but until you sit on that doorstep of a house that used to be, or stand by the rubble, you just can't imagine it," said President Bush during his visit to Biloxi.
Although the newscasters have focused their lens on New Orleans and Biloxi, Hurricane Katrina visited and damaged countless communities in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.
Many brethren have been affected, not only from the Church of God Worldwide Ministries, but from the United Church of God, the Living Church of God and several others. As of Sept. 3, we still don't know their fate. Did they survive? Are their families intact? We don't know.
They need our help.
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