A Shelter in the Time of Storm

Hurricane Ike hit Houston last Sabbath, early in the morning (or late at night, whatever you want to call it =p). Many Houstonians woke up on Sabbath morning to meet debris, downed power lines, broken fences and other various sorts of damage.

Our church incurred damage, which included the demolition of our outdoor area (the kids will be heartbroken) and water/roof damage along the youth room wing.

However, as you’ll notice by the pictures… the sanctuary made it through pretty much UNTOUCHED!! GOD is so amazing and this proves it. This proves that He is TRULY a shelter in the time of storm. Keep praying for us and we’ll update you soon!

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  1. Hurricane (Str)IKE(s) « Volume: A Shabublating Series of Shabublizing Standards on September 17th, 2008 5:34 pm

    [...] While the pictures above show a SMALL PERCENTAGE of the damage done (you can see the rest in a blog post I wrote for our youth blog) the sanctuary remains totally IN TACT and UNSCATHED: Church Sanctuary [...]

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