After this past weekend, we were laying out a plan to draw down our operations, however, on Tuesday, DRUSA was contacted by Tiffany Cooks of the Williamsburg County Emergency Management Services. Due to the area that we deployed, Dr. Cooks has requested that the Mobile Feeding Kitchen stay onsite where it is in Kingstree. WCEM has committed to help resupply our kitchen with the necessary provisions to continue preparing two meals a day. Having received this request, I have instructed the Kitchen team to remain on location.
As we prepare for the third week of deployment, the need for volunteers is critical. If you are interested in serving or you would like to bring a group from your church or conference, please contact Sherrie Taylor at the Disaster Relief offices at (405) 792-7131 or by email at email@example.com.
On behalf of Disaster Relief USA, I want to express my deepest gratitude for the prayer and financial support that we have received. To all of the conference superintendents who have made appeals to their local congregations to support our deployment, thank you. IPHC Ministries continues to demonstrate a deep commitment to the ministry of Disaster Relief USA. If you would like to assist us with our deployment, you can do so online at Hurricane Victim Relief.
Please take a moment to view my interview with Morris Smith, Discipleship Ministries Director for the South Carolina Conference. Morris has been invaluable to this deployment from assisting on the serving line to picking up supplies. Thank you Morris!
Preparations are currently underway to organize a cooking team for week three. At this time, team members from South Carolina and Georgia will be working together. It’s during a deployment that I have an opportunity to see the fruit of regular training that DRUSA provides annually for our teams.
We are blessed with great teams committed to the ministry of Disaster Relief USA.
Once again, thank you for all that you are doing. Blessings to you . . .