Whew! What a wild experience we have all been through – or in many cases, are still going through. Harvey will be a name long remembered in Texas and beyond – both for its devastating impact and for the good that is happening as people work together toward recovery.
I am thankful to report that our own home stayed dry, but sad that so many of our friends experienced flooding. As I drive around our community, my heart is heavy. Each pile of debris represents a family whose lives have been interrupted and even redirected. But we are confident that God is at work, even through such difficulties. Our church family has spent the last week “mucking out” homes throughout the area. Progress is being made, people are being encouraged, and I am confident that hope will be restored.
I truly hope that Harvey left your family high and dry – but if it did not, we want to be among those that show up to help. If you live in the Friendswood area, our church family, Trinity Fellowship, would be delighted to come alongside and help in your recovery. If you live outside the Friendswood area, we would like to connect you with a local church who is offering assistance.
If you need help, please complete a request form. harvey-relief-i-need-help.
If you would like to volunteer, please sign up here:harvey-relief-i-can-help
To make a tax deductible donation: harvey-relief-through-trinity-fellowship
Oh! By the way, if your family was flooded during Harvey, please let me know personally. I would like to help out by offering you a discount on Bethlehem Harvest purchases during your season of recovery. Just drop me a note at email@example.com or give me a call at 281-797-8932.