CBF Disaster Response Manager Daynette Snead has been in communication with Tammy Snyder, Executive Coordinator of CBF of Florida and the Caribbean Islands. While the initial assessment from partner congregations indicates no damage to church buildings, damages continue to be assessed for homes as well as CBF ministries, including Cultivate Abundance—the ministry of CBF field personnel Rick Burnette.
Burnette has reported significant damage to their gardens, which provide much-needed food resources to local immigrants and refugees in Immokalee, Fla. CBF Disaster Response will release a comprehensive report in the coming days with opportunities for long-term recovery.
CBF Executive Coordinator Paul Baxley encouraged prayer and financial support for the Fellowship’s future disaster response efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian. “I ask you to join me in praying for everyone in the path of Hurricane Ian,” Baxley said. “I ask that you prayerfully consider a gift to support the disaster response work that will begin once the storm passes.”
Please give generously at www.cbf.net/dr-give.