West Virginians Find Hope, Comfort After Flood Turns Fatal

04:31   •   July 11, 2016

Billy Graham Rapid Response Team chaplains swept Greenbrier County, West Virginia, to offer prayer and support to residents who lost family members and homes in recent floods.

“All this stuff can be replaced,” one local said. “Churches can be rebuilt. But people cannot be replaced.”

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  1. Baylee Turner says:

    I Know You All Don’t Know Me But I Couldn’t Even Watch This Video After They Said The 14 Year Old Girl Was Sweeped Away, I Have Prayed For You All Every Night. And I Know It’s Just A Message But All That Matter I’s The Thoughts. God Has Blessed Each And Everyone Of You All. If There Anything I Could Do For You All Please Message Me Some How And Lmk. Food, Drinks, Anything. God Bless!

  2. Eddie Unroe says:

    Thanks for all you have done and are doing for the people in West Virginia.

  3. Amy Morrison says:

    Praise The Lord

  4. Sherry Clark says:

    What a blessing it was to meet with the two chaplains who stopped by to visit my family here in Rainelle, WV. May God continue to bless you all for the wonderful ministry and bible that was given to us. Our deepest appreciation and Thanks goes out to your Rapid Response team.

  5. Lois L Davis says:

    Appreciate all the BGEA has done in this community. Big thanks to Samaritans Purse as well.

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