Mission Trip to Kentucky To Help After Devasting Tornados

Volunteers at the Lincoln Collection Center and Messiah Lutheran Church in Nebraska served as the hands and feet of Jesus on a disaster relief mission trip in January at Dawson Springs, Kentucky. They cleared debris, tarped roofs, distributed food and listened to stories of the tornado and prayed with people.  The two pictured below are Kathy and Jim Carter, volunteers at the Lincoln Collection Center.



Categories: Disaster Relief

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