Spring Storms 2013 bulletin insert (black-and-white version)
Every week this spring, a community in the US has been hit hard by destructive weather, and the season isn’t over yet. Flash flooding covered parts of Mississippi and Indiana; straight-line winds and tornadoes tore through the Southern Plains states of Texas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma; and this week an EF-5 tornado—a force of nature rarely seen—leveled much of Moore, Oklahoma.
It all comes after an already harsh year—with a fierce winter storm that pounded the Northeast.
Thousands are left looking for hope and wondering how to get through each day. God’s people are hurting, and we are called upon to serve them—through prayer, action, and support.