Kentucky Flood Update

Yesterday, we had a lot of pieces come together.
We were able to secure lodging accommodations in a nice, big facility that can sleep a lot of people. We also have access to a second lodging facility if needed.
We were also able to connect with local officials and find out how we can best help homeowners. The local officials are willing to work with us and are giving us access to a lot of requests from homeowners that need work done on their properties.
There is an incredibly big need to help the people in the flooded areas. There are five counties that have catastrophic damage, and approximately three more counties that have moderate damage. Currently, the majority of our work is in two different counties.
Thank you for all the prayers, volunteers, and financial contributions that are making it possible for us to share hope with these people who have lost everything and now feel hopeless.

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