We give thanks to God always for you all 1 Thess 1:2 NKJV

The subtitle to this passage of Scripture says, “Their Good Example”

I want to salute the many Volunteers who by their good example have made such a difference in serving others this past year. From South Carolina, to West Virginia, to Louisiana and here in Florida, Disaster Relief Volunteers demonstrated in word and in deed the love of Christ in serving those impacted by floods and hurricanes.  Thank you volunteers!  You are amazing!  Thank you for your generous and sacrificial labors of love!  Thank you for your “can do” attitudes as you faced the varied opportunities to stand beside survivors!  Thank you for extra hours, tireless efforts, and joyful spirits that brought hope, help, and healing to so many!  Thank you for giving me the privilege of serving with YOU!  Indeed, we give thanks to God always for you all!  – Delton Beall

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Hurricane Matthew Situation Report 101916

Current Situation: DAY #13 The FL Feeding Unit transitioned to a Volunteer Feeding Unit and  remains operational at FBC Palm Coast.  The FL Feeding Unit prepared  625 meals. The Total Meal count for all Kitchens is 53,582. The AL DR Clean Up Recovery Teams remain at Turning Point in S
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Hurricane Matthew Situation Report 101616

Current Situation: DAY #11 The FL Feeding Unit remains operational at FBC Palm Coast.  The KY Feeding Unit stood down after serving noon meal on Sunday at North Jacksonville Baptist Church, Jacksonville.   2050 meals were served from the FL DR Kitchen.. The KY DR Kitchen  prepared 600
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Hurricane Matthew Situation Report 101116

Current Situation: Three Feeding Units remain operational at FBC Palm Coast, Turning Point, St. Augustine, and North Jacksonville, Jacksonville.    9343 meals were served with just over 19,000 being prepared to date.  The AL DR Kitchen staged and prepared 1,525 meals for dinner.  The
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Hurricane Matthew Situation Report 101016

Current Situation: Florida Baptist Disaster Relief continues to be on point ready to respond to whatever the crisis may be.  From five days pre-landfall of Hurricane Matthew FLDR Volunteers have been actively engaged in seeking to be beside the citizens of Florida.  Both FLDR Feeding
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Hurricane Matthew Situation Report Four

Current Situation: Florida Baptist Disaster Relief continues to be on point ready to respond to whatever the crisis may be.  From five days pre-landfall of Hurricane Matthew FLDR Volunteers have been actively engaged in seeking to be beside the citizens of Florida.  Both FLDR Feeding
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Hurricane Matthew Situation Report Three

Current Situation: Florida Baptist Disaster Relief now has both Feeding Units staged and operational at FBC Palm Coast and FBC Melbourne.  Three other DR Kitchen sites from KY, NC, and AL will be operational by Sunday afternoon or Monday at North Jacksonville Baptist Church, Jacksonvi
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Hurricane Matthew Situation Report Two

Current Situation: Hurricane Matthew has left a broad mark of destruction on our state.  Florida Baptist Disaster Relief is working with our State EOC and other partners in responses with Feeding, Clean Up and Recovery and other  needs.  We now have established 3 DR Kitchen sites with
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Hurricane Matthew Sit Rep

Hurricane Matthew continues to impact Florida. the scope of impact goes from Port St. Lucie north to the GA line.  Florida Baptist Disaster Relief is working with our State EOC and other partners in responses with Feeding, Clean Up and Recovery and other  needs.  We now have both of o
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Florida Baptist Disaster Relief Sit Rep Update

CURRENT STATUS Fl. DR Command post, a shower unit and recovery & Clean-up units (mud out) continue to work out of Florida Boulevard Baptist Church 10915 Florida Blvd Baton Rouge, La. 70815. We have a second shower unit and team at Christ Community Church in Denham Springs, La. &nb
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