NCMO Disaster Relief: Loving others in Jesus’ name

July 29, 2020

Churches and individuals from around the state are showing the love of Christ in word and deed to those whose lives have been devastated by natural disasters. Because of your gifts to the North Carolina Missions Offering (NCMO), these selfless acts are made possible.

Many in eastern North Carolina are still recovering from devastating and historic hurricanes that struck our state in recent years. Disaster relief volunteers are continuing to help many people who lost everything rebuild their homes and their lives. The sacrificial love these volunteers have shown has led many storm victims into a life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ.

While North Carolina is no stranger to severe storms and hurricanes, Hurricane Florence brought record-breaking levels of devastation to the state in the fall of 2018, and relief efforts are ongoing.

Five large rebuild centers in eastern North Carolina house and feed volunteers who continuously work to rebuild homes and rebuild lives. The rebuilding effort is projected to last up to three years and will require numerous volunteers to get the thousands of hurting people and families who remain displaced back in their homes.

The sacrificial love these volunteers have shown has led many storm victims into a life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ.

Baptists on Mission continuously directs resources and mobilizes volunteers to bring hope back to these devastated communities, many of which have been long forgotten.

As Christians, we can offer help and hope in Jesus’ name. These rebuild centers offer an easy way for your church to get personally involved with an impacted family and to share Christ through word and deed.

Being compelled by Christ’s love involves showing and sharing the love of Jesus with those in our communities and around the world. As we look across our state, nation and world and reflect upon what Christ has done for us, may we work together to heal the ever-present brokenness by proclaiming the gospel in word and deed.

As you pray and sacrificially give to the NCMO, remember that all of your gifts support vital ministries that offer love and hope in the name of Jesus Christ.

You can find more information and receive promotional materials for the NCMO at ncmissionsoffering.org.


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