Hurricane Relief Update from Franklin Graham

Crisis & Disaster Response | 2:31 SP-170910_Hurricane_Overview_Response_FG_MIXED.mp4

Franklin Graham has been on the ground in Texas, Florida, and the Caribbean to see firsthand the destruction caused by recent monster hurricanes. Samaritan's Purse is working in all these areas to bring physical and spiritual relief in Jesus' Name.

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Sharing the Love of Christ on the Southern Border

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An Unexpected Blessing

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Keep the Love Going

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A Great Way to Serve

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