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The Haiti Housing Network is building houses out of Rubble in Grand Goave, Haiti.  There are two ways you and your church can be a part.  First you can send the funds to pay for a new home for a family who lost their home in Haiti.  Second  you can go to Haiti and assist in building these homes.  Go to www.haitihousingnetwork.com for more informaiton or call Marla Bearden at 214-828-5382.

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In the African village of Maliwane in Lesotho, a 64-year-old grandmother lay dying of AIDS, her only source of comfort and relief coming from a five-gallon bucket of hygiene and medical supplies shipped from a U.S. church. Full Story »

Buckets of hope heading to Haiti

CORSICANA – Johnny Hudgens walks a mile to get to services at Cornerstone Baptist Church nearly every Sunday morning, Sunday evening and Wednesday evening. He’s done it for three years, looking forward to how God will move in the church each time. Full Story »

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DALLAS –When a disaster strikes a church or individual, restoring order is an enormous task when done alone. That’s why Texas Baptists are establishing Church2Church Partnerships to bring hope and help to people and congregations caught in a disaster by connecting them to churches able to offer restoration. Full Story »

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BEAUMONT – New Beginnings Church is hoping it can live up to its name.

Hurricane Ike scattered the congregation, sending members evacuating to safer ground. The storm pulled some of the siding off the church’s building, creating a hole through which rain poured. It also blew away one of the church’s signs and mangled the other. Full Story »