Louisiana Baptist Disaster Relief

Louisiana Baptist Disaster Relief

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I'm still trying to get the information on how to register a credit card with Home Depot, so it will generate the automatic rebate for disaster relief when I use the card. Can someone help me with that information?
The final day of Louisiana Baptist Convention's Disaster Relief project in Oberlin, LA. A number of homes were flooded in Hurricane Barry. Pray for those whose homes were flooded and the crews doing clean-out for them.

I don't do any of the "real work." hahaha I just assess the damage and the needs.

We are grateful to the Oberlin Baptist Church for food and housing for team members. We are especially thankful for the ladies of the church for the food and cleaning up our messes!
David Green was a HUGE help in Angleton, TX with our Arkansas team! He made some delicious fajitas! He represented LA Southern Baptists well. Dave kept us laughing and shared the love of Jesus with both Hurricane Harvey victims and his teammateS from AR & TX. Thanks, David!
Thank you so much to all the volunteers that acted like the hands of Jesus, cooking, cleaning and living lives serving the people affected by Hurricane Irma in Southwest Florida. They served over 1000 meals today only and they've been here since last week... God bless y'all!
Is this group page an official LBCDR page? Asking because it hasn't been updated since June 2016.

Louisiana Baptist Disaster Relief is a cooperative, volunteer ministry of the Louisiana Baptist Convention.

Operating as usual

Updates - Louisiana Baptists 05/19/2021

Updates - Louisiana Baptists

Updates - Louisiana Baptists When disaster strikes, we're hard at work helping and serving the people of Louisiana. Check this page for frequent updates.

Disaster Relief Request: This information will be provided to Louisiana Baptist Disaster Relief and they will contact you to assess how they can help to begin the cleanup and recovery. 05/19/2021

Disaster Relief Request: This information will be provided to Louisiana Baptist Disaster Relief and they will contact you to assess how they can help to begin the cleanup and recovery.

Our Incident Command Center is set up in Lake Charles. If you or someone you know experienced damage from the flood that took place on, Monday, May 10, 2021. Please use the link below to fill out a Relief Request form.

Disaster Relief Request: This information will be provided to Louisiana Baptist Disaster Relief and they will contact you to assess how they can help to begin the cleanup and recovery. Note: You still need to register your disaster with FEMA in order to receive Federal Assistance. ****The plan is to make contact with you within 24 hours. Due to changing conditions and team availability there may be 48 hours before you are contacted. If you submit more than one form it will delay t...

[05/18/21]   Louisiana Disaster Relief is preparing for a response to the Lake Charles, Louisiana area in response to today’s flooding. I will let everyone know once we have all the information to determine Ministy Site locations and other logistical matters. There is a forecast for more rain so please be patient and pray for those impacted and prepare to deploy. -Bro. Stanley L. Statham

04/26/2021

Saturday during training at Clara Springs Baptist Encampment LBC Disaster Relief recognized Bro. Justin Sepulvado as District 8/Zone 2 DR Volunteer of the year. Bro. Justin serves as a Blue Hat on his chainsaw unit. We are all grateful for his faithfulness and example he sets. Pictured L-R are Bro. David Cheatwood-Zone 2 Leader, Pastor Marvin Leleux, and Bro. Justin Sepulvado with his son Judah. -Bro. Stan

Saturday during training at Clara Springs Baptist Encampment LBC Disaster Relief recognized Bro. Justin Sepulvado as District 8/Zone 2 DR Volunteer of the year. Bro. Justin serves as a Blue Hat on his chainsaw unit. We are all grateful for his faithfulness and example he sets. Pictured L-R are Bro. David Cheatwood-Zone 2 Leader, Pastor Marvin Leleux, and Bro. Justin Sepulvado with his son Judah. -Bro. Stan

03/14/2021

Rolling Hills Ministry recognized Bro. Gibbie McMillan as he retires for his faithfulness as LBC State Director for Disaster Relief. Rolling Hills held another successful Disaster Relief Training at Temple Baptist Church in Ruston. -Bro. Stanley L. Statham

Rolling Hills Ministry recognized Bro. Gibbie McMillan as he retires for his faithfulness as LBC State Director for Disaster Relief. Rolling Hills held another successful Disaster Relief Training at Temple Baptist Church in Ruston. -Bro. Stanley L. Statham

03/12/2021

My good friend Joe Arnold teaching chaplain training today. Grateful for the men and women who serve as chaplains during disasters. -Bro. Stanley L. Statham

My good friend Joe Arnold teaching chaplain training today. Grateful for the men and women who serve as chaplains during disasters. -Bro. Stanley L. Statham

10/13/2020

Louisiana Baptists

04/28/2020

Louisiana Baptist Disaster Relief

04/28/2020

Central Louisiana storms bring Disaster Relief trained Volunteers. Tom Rabalais
Hals Beard
Mark Boudreaux
Micky Smith
Joey Rudisill
Grant King
Jeramy Cedars
Daryl Wilson

04/25/2020

Disaster Relief in Louisiana and Mississippi due to recent tornadoes on Wednesday morning.

[04/23/20]   Teams from Louisiana BAPTIST Disaster Relief are working in Deville placing tarp on house hit with lightning last night.

Another team from Lake Charles is responding to trees on house in Eunice. Another group responding to Ruby with trees on houses.

Two LA teams going to Mc Comb Ms tomorrow to help with Trees on houses. From Tornado last night.
Pray for the volunteers as they respond during a time of distancing.
Thanks
Gibbie McMillan

04/14/2020

LBC Disaster Relief Ministry Feeding Homeless in New Orleans

https://youtu.be/z9LtlH-xkHg

In this video I share the efforts of LBC Disaster Relief Volunteers in providing meals, snack bags, and hygiene kits to Unity of Greater New Orleans who are ...

08/14/2019

Come and receive a blessing as you prepare for this upcoming season of hunting. This event is free but very full of action and activities. You will be challenged to know the rules for safety and security.

[06/27/19]   July 10, 2019
Are you prepared for the next disaster?
It just takes a little planning ahead of time.
1. Think about your essentials like medicines you take daily, be sure to have a 30 day supply as a reserve.
2. Have a copy of your Drivers License on your phone, a note card with all of your meds listed along with the contact information of your doctors.
3. A very small amount of cash and a list of people to contact in case you are not able to talk.
4. Pre-arrange a place to meet should you get separated from your family.
5. Pay close attention to the Weather in your area as well as national weather.
6. If you live in an area that is prone to flooding, keep a close watch on the area.
7. If you do not have a place to go in the event that you need to evacuate, contact the local government for a list of shelters available.
8. Be sure to remember to contact your immediate family of where you will be evacuating to.
9. Keep your cell phone charged.
10. If you use a c-pap machine be sure you have a battery back up or a way to connect to service in a car or truck.
11. Take enough clothes for three days. Including sleep ware. A bed roll and pillow is always good to have in case you need it.
12. A battery radio is always helpful in times of disaster.
More to come.
Gibbie McMillan
State Director of Disaster Relief
Louisiana Baptist Convention

[04/02/18]   chainsaw crews worked in Winn Parish over the weekend cutting trees off houses. You still have time to get trained April 14, at TEMPLE BC IN RUSTON, LA CHECK OUT ROLLING HILLS WEB SITE. GET REGISTERED TRAINING BEGINS AT 8 AM.

06/22/2016

Louisiana Partnership Missions - Cast the Net

Urgent Need

06/06/2016

Louisiana Baptist Message

“He loved this kind of work and always wanted me to come with him,” Margie Fulkerson said. “I wanted to finish this for him.”

baptistmessage.com 04/07/2016

VIDEO: When 14 churches flooded, Louisiana Baptists were there to pray, give, go

baptistmessage.com VIDEO: When 14 churches flooded, Louisiana Baptists were there to pray, give, go April 7, 2016 By Message Staff Last month’s flooding in Louisiana flooded more than 14,000 thousands structures, including 14 Southern Baptist churches. In response, many churches have taken up special ‘love’ offerings…

03/24/2016

Louisiana Baptists

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03/22/2016

Louisiana Baptist Message

“There really has been little mentioned about what is going on here,” said Ron Earley, a member of Southern Baptist Convention of Virginia Disaster Relief and a veteran of disaster relief work. “People don’t know or don’t realize the amount of destruction that has taken place here."

baptistmessage.com 03/22/2016

Disaster relief efforts continue in full force throughout the state

baptistmessage.com Louisiana Baptist Disaster Relief team member Harold Griffith pours water into a pot used to cook mashed potatoes at Horseshoe Drive Baptist Church in Alexandria on March 22, 2016. Griffith is a member at First Baptist Church in Pineville and was helping a team from the Red River Baptist Association…

baptistmessage.com 03/17/2016

Churches ministering to the needs of the many through prayer, actions

baptistmessage.com Churches ministering to the needs of the many through prayer, actions March 16, 2016By Brian Blackwell, Message Staff Writer Tuesday night, prayers for revival and for the recent flooding in the state took center stage at a three-hour prayer gathering in Many. Nearly 70 pastors and others in Distric…

louisianabaptists.org 03/16/2016

When the Storms Come - Louisiana Baptists

louisianabaptists.org 5 In Luke 6 Jesus makes it clear that it’s not “if” the storms come, but “when” the storms come. For us who call Louisiana home, the storms have come – again. Like many of you, I watched the radars that showed storm, after storm, after storm streaming from south to north. The colors on …

03/16/2016

Rolling Hills Ministries

The disaster area is so massive Louisiana Baptist has called in the cavalry... and they are coming. These men and women are covering a large area in each region. They will give you their blood, sweat, and tears. Let’s be the Louisiana we all believe in.
3/16/2016 10:45am

Roll Call:
Northwest Region
Stationed: FBC Haughton, Haughton
Mudout Units: 6 Teams from Missouri

Northeast Region
Stationed: North Monroe Baptist, Monroe
Shower/Laundry Unit: From Ruston, Manned by North Monroe Baptist
Mudout Units: 2 Teams from Oklahoma, 4 Teams from Alabama

North Central
Stationed: Rolling Hills Ministries, Ruston
Mudout Units: Kentucky in Farmerville area
Laundry Unit: FBC Castor

Southwest Region
Stationed: East Leesville Baptist, Leesville
Mudout Units: 3 Teams from Tennessee with Teams from Illinois and South Carolina
Shower/Laundry Unit: Texas

Southeast Region
Stationed: First Baptist Franklinton, Franklinton
Mudout Units: 3 Teams from Georgia and Teams from North Carolina
Shower Unit: Bogalusa
Also covering Hammond and Livingston

Pending Travel: Florida, Virginia

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03/15/2016

Rolling Hills Ministries

The Louisiana Baptist Convention Disaster Relief Incident Command Center for the state of Louisiana is set up at Rolling Hills Ministries in Ruston. From this site Disaster Relief Teams from Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri, Oklahoma, Illinois, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee are being coordinated. While other states are desiring to come, they are assessing their own recent flood or tornado damage.

Mudout Teams will be arriving starting today in various locations throughout the state. Assessors and chaplains will walk through flooded areas to meet with flood victims, followed by the Mudout teams that will begin to clear homes that have been affected by flood. While we are not first responders, Southern Baptists are dedicated and committed to helping those affected by natural disasters.

The North American Mission Board (NAMB) truck is being unloaded right now with supplies at Rolling Hills Ministries in Ruston.

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louisianabaptists.org 03/13/2016

Northern/Southeastern Louisiana Relief Efforts - Louisiana Baptists

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baptistmessage.com 03/13/2016

Historic rainfall amounts will now turn into historic flooding in Louisiana

baptistmessage.com Historic rainfall amounts will now turn into historic flooding in Louisiana March 12, 2016By Staff, Baptist Message As if the rain wasn’t enough, now comes the flooding and it could be historic. More than 24 inches of rain has fallen in Louisiana over the last five days and residents are now bracing…

03/12/2016

Louisiana Partnership Missions - Cast the Net

How you can help in the flooding of the Northshore in Louisiana:
The American Red Cross is "going where we cannot" and providing a feeding unit to support recovery efforts in Hammond from the massive flooding. They are relying on us to provide the staff to operate the unit. Our NSBA Disaster Relief White Hat and Louisiana Baptist Convention SE Louisiana Disaster Relief Coordinator, Tom Long, 985.960.2989 or [email protected] or NSBA Feeding Unit Blue Hat, Darryl Woolery, 225.572.8680 or [email protected] are the men to contact to find out when the work will begin and to sign up for a shift. Even if you have not received training you can assist in this effort. Please, please, PLEASE get the word out. Adult men, women, those in university. That's the folks we need. Please get the word out.

03/12/2016

First Baptist Church of Castor

Washers/dryers. Is ready for use for flood victims and those without electricity!!!!

07/22/2015

This is what we do because we are an extension of the local church.

During the evening of July 10, a massive oak tree fall in the middle of Acadian Baptist Center. Camp director James Newsom called Larry Cupper, a regional coordinator for Louisiana Baptist Disaster Relief. Five men arrived with chainsaws and a bobcat from Wilda Baptist Church. They cut up the tree and cleared the debris, as well as some other debris that other volunteers had cut previously, Newsome said.

07/21/2015

Louisiana Baptist Message

During the evening of July 10, a massive oak tree fall in the middle of Acadian Baptist Center. Camp director James Newsom called Larry Cupper, a regional coordinator for Louisiana Baptist Disaster Relief. Five men arrived with chainsaws and a bobcat from Wilda Baptist Church. They cut up the tree and cleared the debris, as well as some other debris that other volunteers had cut previously, Newsome said.

baptistmessage.com 06/23/2015

More Louisiana Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers trained at two Monday night sessions

baptistmessage.com Freddie Arnold a white hat with Louisiana Baptist Disaster Relief, conducts orientation to disaster relief and mud-out to 15 volunteers at Summer Grove church in Shreveport on Monday night. Photo by David Cheatwood/Louisiana Baptist Disaster Relief

arklatexhomepage.com 06/23/2015

Louisiana Baptist Association helps mudout homes - Story | Arklatex - Shreveport, Bossier,...

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06/23/2015

Louisiana Baptist Message

Marvin Leleaux trains nine volunteers who wish to serve on a Louisiana Baptist Disaster Relief team. The training was held at Alford Heights Baptist Church in Many, where Leleaux also serves as pastor.

05/07/2015

Louisiana Baptist Message

Several tornadoes touched down in south Louisiana on April 27 and the yellow shirts from the Louisiana Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers were not far behind in their response.

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