After Hurricane Sandy, Chaplains And Faith-Based Organizations Offer Aid And Tend to Spiritual Needs

Jaweed Kaleem of The Huffington Post reports on the aid pouring in from religious organizations into the areas affected by Hurricane Sandy. Religious organizations are setting up throughout the damaged regions, hoping to “[share] the gospel of Jesus Christ to comfort the spiritually afflicted,” Kaleem. Jack Munday, international director of the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team, said, “We’ll do all we can in the face of this catastrophe to offer emotional and spiritual care and the hope and compassion of Jesus Christ.”

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