"God is calling His people to respond each time with His compassion and love for the hurting."
“TBM volunteers are seeking to share God’s love in these difficult situations by meeting needs and offering encouragement."
“What we’re seeing is a movement of love and generosity across this nation."
“I believe moments like that on these kinds of trips are most memorable.”
“When we give the items to the families, it reminds them that not all is lost. It encourages them. It reminds them that people care about them. It helps them push forward.”
“Through all the devastation, it’s just amazing to see God work,”
"We are mobilizing volunteers to meet their needs, help them and lift their spirits.”
TBM chainsaw, mud out and feeding volunteers are meeting needs after Hurricane Delta blew through Louisiana on Oct. 10.
Ryan Chandler has a long road ahead of him. He may have been more than 300 miles away when Hurricane Laura hit, but he sees its impact daily.
As of Friday, Aug. 28, a TBM Chainsaw Unit from Orange is working locally cutting and removing broken limbs and fallen trees from the storm. They will be joined by a TBM feeding team and a TBM shower/laundry unit from Belton, which was en route on Aug. 28.