The Texas Baptist Men’s Disaster Relief has prepared to send teams to areas struck by Friday tornadoes.
“Please be in prayer as volunteers make final plans for deployment,” the organization said.
The organization shared on social media Sunday it has placed its chainsaw, feeding, shower/laundry, chaplain, assessor, asset protection and incident management on alert to serve the areas hit by tornadoes in six states.
“Assessors with our partners already are working across the region,” the organization said. “Thank you for praying for all of those impacted by the storms as well as those who are responding to needs.”
The Texas Baptist Men’s nationwide network of partners is finalizing locations for them to serve as hubs in Kentucky, and at least three TBM chainsaw teams so far may be sent to serve there as early as this week.
“All TBM chainsaw teams have been moved up to standby to respond as needed,” said the organization. “TBM feeding, chaplain, incident management, asset protection and shower/laundry remain on alert to minister.”
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Since 1967, TBM volunteers have delivered help, hope and healing to millions of hurting people and raising up the next generation to do likewise. As a result of its service, TBM has helped start and train disaster relief groups in all 50 states, giving birth to the third-largest disaster relief network in the nation.