Preparing for Natural Disasters—And Responding to Them
Churches are often the first to offer relief. Here’s how to become part of the effort.
As you prayerfully consider how best to serve and minister to communities ravaged by a natural disaster, use this resource page to guide relief plans and strategies, prevent burnout, inform ministry efforts, and embolden church members to look first to their neighbors’ needs as they join hands and rebuild.
Learn the steps you can take now so you are ready to respond if a crisis unfolds.
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