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Pilger Neb
Written by Kevin Cox   
Tuesday, 17 June 2014 13:58

Please take a moment and pray for Pilger Neb. Two large tornadoes ripped through the small town of 350, destroying nearly 70 % of it. One fatality, a five year old girl. Please pray for her family as well. We hope to have more information yet today. This is a community we feel called to serve. Will you help us do so by making a tax deductible gift today? Please visit our donation page to for online giving or by mail at HCRN, P.O. Box 2123, Elkhart, IN, 46515.

Thank you in advance for you generosity that will allow us to be "A Beacon of Hope in Times of Great Need"

Blessings

Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 June 2014 14:04
 
Disaster Preparedness Spotlight
Written by Kevin Cox   
Wednesday, 04 June 2014 15:57

Hurricane Season Has Begun
Are You Ready?


Here are some helpful preparedness tips;

  • Have you reviewed your insurance policy?
  • Have you mapped out your evacuation plan?
  • Do you have your 72 Hour Kit restocked and ready?
  • Do you have an emergency communication plan?
  • Do you have your hurricane shutters ready to install?
  • Is your flood insurance up to date?
  • Stay tuned to your media outlet of choice and follow all instructions.
  • Don't be a hero, if you are instructed to evacuate, do so!


For more preparedness information visit www.ready.gov

 
HCRN Update
Written by Kevin Cox   
Wednesday, 04 June 2014 15:55

VROC Homeowners Mark and Kim Schneider
Some of you may remember Mark and Kim Schneider. We had the great pleasure of rebuilding their home in Henryville, Indiana. Mark's kidneys had been shutting down on him over the past year. His wife, Kim, was a match and was able to donate one of her kidneys. 
They had surgery several weeks ago and both are doing great and are happy being home. Keep them in your prayers as they continue to recover.
Talk about unconditional love!

HCRN Update
HCRN has been busy assisting Long Term Recovery Groups and is prayerfully considering where we are to serve next. We have heard from many of you wanting to serve with us. We will keep you posted when we have a location. We have been invited to several communities to set up Long Term construction projects.
As we continue to fund-raise and seek God's calling for our next response I want to remind you that there are no shortages of where your team can serve. Here are a couple of locations with contact info.

Samaritans Purse- http://spvolunteernetwork.samaritanspurse.org/category/current-projects/
They have on-going projects in Florida, Arkansas, Oklahoma, New York and New Jersey

Next Step Storm- http://www.nextstepstorm.org/
They are serving in the Birmingham, AL and surrounding area.

Boulder County Long Term Recovery Group- http://volunteer.unitedwayfoothills.org/floodrecovery
Boulder County Colorado


Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 June 2014 15:56
 
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