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The Stormcast – Episode 10: Louisiana Stories, Part 1 – The Stormcast
Our hearts continue to be with the people of Louisiana after the devastation of Hurricane Laura. North Carolina is no stranger to the damage and destruction caused by hurricanes. And so we also know what a blessing it is when others come alongside us to help with rebuilding and recovery. This week, we will begin…
September is National Preparedness Month (NPM) focusing on promoting “family and community disaster planning now and throughout the year.” The theme this year is “Disasters Don’t Wait. Make Your Plan Today.” Throughout the month of September, we will share preparation tips and resources from Ready.gov. The topics include making a plan, building a kit, preparing…
The images showing the Windsor tornado’s strength and power are striking. Houses picked up and shaken, their contents strewn all around. Trees stripped of their branches and bark and ripped up by the roots. Roofs torn apart, and windows blown out. Lives overturned as the wind came rushing in and left just as quickly, leaving…
Prepare your church, home, and congregation with these simple lists. Save them to your phone, tablet, and computer for easy reference on the go. Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and should not be constructed as legal advice. Please contact your insurance company for more information. A…
In one of our earliest stories about the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, we spent time on Ocracoke detailing the damage to the island community. Ocracoke UMC and the church’s parsonage sustained extensive damage from Dorian. The church was partially underwater; much of the sanctuary floor, along with pews, hymnals, and other items had to be…
Information on the spread of COVID-19 in North Carolina and the impact on communities is constantly changing. In order to assist churches and communities to keep up, here are some important resources you can use. We will update these sources as necessary. This information is current as of July 10, 2020 Keep up with the…
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