Tennessee Tornado 12/13

On Tuesday, we had 23+ volunteers come to us for work. Half of them were from the army and had been given leave by their commanders so they could help with the cleanup. A contact from a local church connected us with a family that needed help. We were able to help clear trees out of their yard and tarp their neighbor’s roof.
In the afternoon, we were told that the Clarksville Emergency Response had sectioned the disaster zone into different sectors to more effectively manage volunteers in the area. Clarksville is a military town and the commanding general is in support of helping the community. With this being the case, it is unlikely that a shortage of volunteers will occur. We were very impressed with the speed at which things were getting cleaned up and also how well everything was organized. It’s is incredible to see people come from far and wide to help out those in need.
With the needs on the ground well-covered, our team is returning home and will prep for the next response.

Share :


the latest posts:

Trainee Perspective

Merv King has an incredible ability to guide us through processing our past, our hurts, our values, and our deepest heart cries. I’ve rarely been

Haiti Project Statistics

The work in Haiti lasted for a total of thirteen months. Since the beginning of this year, 53,820 meals were provided for inmates in Haitian

sign up for our email

We’re excited to be a part of the work that happens here and would love to share it with you! Our bi-weekly email is designed to give you a closer look to what’s happening within the organization. 

Sign up

We’ll email you about our upcoming trainings.

* indicates required