ADRN deployed an assessment team within 24 hours after the massive tornado brought devastation to the community of Moore, Oklahoma. ADRN, and our network of churches in Greater Austin, activated and deployed Emotional Care and Chaplaincy teams daily to the hardest hit areas of Moore, OK as part of our response efforts to meet the emotional and spiritual needs of storm survivors. To date, over 1,100 families have been debriefed with over 1,000 applications from families that are looking for sponsorship. ADRN is receiving amazing response from our outreach to local churches and pastors in the Greater Oklahoma City area to build a church network to work together to sponsor families and walk beside them during recovery. The first of many meetings have been held to train and equip the volunteers to shepherd the families. ADRN continues outreach to help sponsor the remaining families in need of assistance. Please pray for the OKC network. The need is still so great.
ADRN is partnering with Journey Covenant Church in Norman, OK to offer additional support as needed. Volunteers not trained with ADRN or are ADRN volunteers that are not equipped with Emotional Care/Chaplaincy training may deploy through Journey’s coordinated efforts and teams to assist in home site clean up and debris removal.
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We thought we would share this moving memorial that was held in Moore, OK. We hope this video deeply blesses you.
OKLAHOMA TORNADO MEMORIAL SERVICE IN MOORE, OK
NEWSOK.COM, By Carla Hinton Published: May 27, 2013
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