Matthew 25: Ministries Disaster Response Team left Monday morning for areas surrounding suburban Little Rock, where massive tornados struck Sunday evening.
A powerful tornado carved an 80-mile path of destruction through Mayflower, Arkansas, killing at least 16 people. Emergency officials were searching for survivors Monday in the debris.
Matthew 25' advance team, led by CEO and Disaster Relief
Coordinator Tim Mettey, left Blue Ash with specialized disaster response vehicles and relief products, including personal care and cleaning products, paper products, baby
products, food and water.
Matthew 25 is accepting the following donations for disaster relief:
You can read additional donor information at www.m25m.org.
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