As much of the southeastern region continues to recover from Hurricane Ida, they receive help from state borders.
A Texas pastor felt his mission was to help.
“A person who has the love of Jesus Christ in his heart, cannot turn a naked eye.”
Pastor Angelina Cowboy Fellowship, Michael Brittain, drove four hours from Lufkin, Texas, to give essential items for those affected by Hurricane Ida.
It’s a call Brittain says he couldn’t ignore.
“Looking at the news, we can’t imagine what goes through a person’s mind at a time like this, and for me, when things like that come up, we have to draw our strength from Christ,” Brittain said.
Some of the items donated include water, snacks and diapers.
“Everything you see, we had loaded it into the truck, we took it out and prayed for it to leave us a blessing,” Brittain added.
His prayer now is for the southeastern region to recover from the storm.
“Louisiana will prosper, people’s homes will return. I pray that they will return and find the things that give them hope. ”
Pastor Brittain found a safe place to leave the items and Catholic charities will take care of the delivery.
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