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U.S. Disaster Relief | 1:51 DR-190503_Michigan_Floods_Volunteer_2019_05_16_ST_MIX.mp4
Many Samaritan's Purse volunteers serve time and again, going on multiple deployments across the country to bring relief in Jesus' Name to people affected by natural disasters, including flood victims in Michigan. Would you consider volunteering with us to bring, not only relief, but the hope of the Gospel to hurting people across the U.S.?
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