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Faith-In-Action in Response to Hurricane Isaac

Hurricane Isaac was a non-news maker for most of the country, but devastated a few of our communities in South Louisiana. Here’s the story of the faith-based communities response in Madisonville, Louisiana.

Video by Matt Marrs, of Harmonic Films.

One Year After Isaac

Isaac was a non-newsmaker for most of the country, but devastating for a few of our communities in the Greater New Orleans area. One being the town of Madisonville where our church is currently located. I’m grateful for a strong recovery for our community, for a tremendous surge of Disaster Relief Volunteers from September-December. Then for the opportunity to bring a few folks back home January through August. A few pics:

Intersection of Hwy. 21 & Hwy. 22 in Madisonville.

Intersection of Hwy. 21 & Hwy. 22 in Madisonville.


As usual, tree damage was significant on the Northshore.


Volunteers pray with an elderly homeowner after cleaning up his yard.

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The Jenkins family moved home January of 2013, thanks to the work of volunteers from Hosanna Lutheran, FBC Mandeville, & Bridge Church.


Laura Mae Chatallier, 97 years young, had repairs completed in March 2013.


Our last project is getting Ms. Pat Stein back in her home. Should happen any day.

Thanks to the volunteers that gave time, talent, money, materials & more to these projects. And glad the sun is shining outside on August 29th, 2013.


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