The second SBCV Disaster Relief and missions team has returned safely from Haiti, physically tired but spiritually rejuvenated by the grace of God and the love of the Haitian people.
Bob Williams shares about his DR team and their experiences responding to flood recover work in Massachusetts in April of 2010.
500-plus Southern Baptist Conservatives of Virginia churches gather enough food supplies to feed more than 5,000 Haitian families in need.
In early 2010, SBCV churches and members purchased 5-gallon buckets and packed them with rice, cooking oil, black beans, flour, sugar, spaghetti noodles, and peanut butter to help feed
Haiti earthquake coverage from SBC organizations - Archive
A Southern Baptist assessment team is on the ground, and we are having contact with them daily.
"Other relief agencies in Haiti are running a 100-yard dash; we are running a marathon."
The SBDR assessment team and Arkansas medical team have left Haiti. The assessment team spent yesterday in the Dominican Republic and will be in meetings with Fritz Wilson and Mickey tomorrow.
Currently, we (Southern Baptist Disaster Relief) do not have anyone on the ground in Haiti.
The SBCV Disaster Relief ministry, with more than 3000 trained volunteers from partner churches, stands ready and willing to serve the earthquake victims in Haiti.
A team lead by Carl and Bonnie Perry from Enon Baptist Church have responded to Matewan, WV in May of 2009.
It is the goal of SBCV Disaster Relief to assist churches in preparing for disaster by developing a strategy to minister to their communities during crisis through readying their facilities, training their members, securing supplies, and developing protocols that will activate their disaster response plans. Our ultimate goal is to be able to share the love of Christ through sharing the Gospel.