Hurricane Victim: “I Can’t Believe What Just Happened!”

In a Hurricane like Irma, the most vulnerable are often elderly residents who live on a fixed income. Deborah and her husband are two such residents living in a boat on the water in Jacksonville, Florida. With no funds and no electricity, food was a dire concern for them and their community. Most of the marina’s residents live on a fixed income and did not know where their next meal was going to come from after Hurricane Irma knocked out power and dried up fuel reserves. Thankfully, Operation Blessing was there to offer a helping hand. Operation Blessing delivered fresh food to the residents of the marina that will hopefully last them until the power returns and they can begin to put their lives back together.

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4 Responses

  1. william webster

    My name is william webster, i found times of tragedy humanity allows the love to surface as we find the basic instinctive nature that allows us to feel compassion.i am a refugee , two weeks an no way to return home. i want tri help somewhere this weekend in rockport tx.i have no ride an little money i have big faith an can work with my hands . please call. i will come..

  2. Stephanie D Guillory

    My name is Stephanie Guillory, the Lord told me to get involved with missions. The only other time I got involved was a trip to Africa. The Lord told me missions didn’t always mean leaving to go to another country. I know He is going before me and making a way for me to help. I walk with a rollaider, a vehicle that is about 13 yrs. old, and very little money. I just let my CDL class A go after 22 years. I now have chauffeur’s license. However, I did what the Lord told me to do, so I registerd to help where ever He wants me.

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