“My favorite part of the mission trip was seeing the impact we had on the homeowners. The woman who lived in the house where we worked had a serious medical condition. This was the first time she could afford her medication in three months and it felt good to contribute to that.” ~ Cortney Sherman on mission trip to aid victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Gearing up for the donation drive! See you there at 10am! There are people in Houston still trying to recover from Harvey. It’s been a long process for many. Get out of your comfort zone and help us give back. ⚽️👧🏻🏐👦🏻🏀👧🏻🏈👦🏻⚾️👧🏻🎾👦🏻🏐👧🏻🏉
It’s notable that @americanredcross made #4 on this list. More stats to follow on #hurricaneharvey#hurricaneharveyrelief#hurricaneharveyrelieffund agencies that were supposed to help the people of Houston. In spite of the fact that BakerRipley & American Red Cross Houston Texas & United Way of Greater Houston & FEMA Harvey continue to mislead the masses, God is still well able to help us in our time of need. If you have had issues with these agencies & their start/stop behavior as related to your recovery, be on the lookout for a new social media page that you can leave your experiences & gather information on how to help with your process. The many celebrities who gave to these organizations especially the Red Cross need to be aware of what is happening to those still waiting almost a year to have concrete answers about the assistance for their existence. Keep the faith. Things will get better soon. 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾
The missions trip included a lot more than just worship on the beach, everyone who went on the trip from @catalyst_youth_group worked hard to help rebuild homes effected by hurricane Harvey. While there I realized how many people were still trying to rebuild after the hurricane but back in California, most people have forgotten.
Harvey flooded our community this year. 11 months later we are still rebuilding. All I wanted today was a bright sunny parade to celebrate how far we’ve come but what I got was more flooding and nonstop rain and you know what- it was better. People still came, the parade still went on. No one let a set back stop us. That’s the grit and determination Kingwood needs to stop Lake Conroe from flooding us again. That’s what we need to be able to stand up and ask the mayor of Houston (who was the grand Marshall) to protect us from flooding again. Freedom isn’t free and somedays it also isn’t dry and sunny. #kingwoodstrong#hurricaneharvey#hurricaneharveyrelief#houstonstrong#wegotthis#4thofjuly🇺🇸#happy4thofjuly#4thofjulyparade