A Ray of Light
U.S. Disaster Relief | 3:37 DR-190318_Nebraska_Flooding_Response_Color.mp4
Laun and Maria Hinkle's home in Fremont, Nebraska, was severely damaged when heavy rainfall, combined with rapidly melting ice and snow, caused catastrophic flooding. Volunteers from Samaritan’s Purse brought “a ray of light” to the couple by mudding-out their house, removing destroyed belongings, and sharing the hope of the Gospel.
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