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World Evangelical Alliance Offers Resources Addressing God's Role in Katrina

The World Evangelical Alliance, the largest international network of evangelical churches, is offering ''helpful resources'' for pastors wishing to respond to the spiritual, physical and emotional impact of Hurricane Katrina.

World Evangelical Alliance Offers Resources Addressing God's Role in Katrina

The World Evangelical Alliance, the largest international network of evangelical churches, is offering “helpful resources” for pastors wishing to respond to the spiritual, physical and emotional impact of Hurricane Katrina.

The resources, which were made available online at the WEA website since Monday, Sept 5, give pastors resources to help them “reach out to people who have lost everything” and reply “to questions about where God is in the midst of disasters.”

“It is critical that churches provide not only physical resources but bring a biblical message hope to those who are pain and have lost so much,” said Geoff Tunnicliffe, WEA International Director.

Resources include a list of books as well as online articles addressing faith amid tragedy.

To find these resources, visit http://worldevangelicalalliance.com/ and click on “Resources for Pastors” in the Feature box.

The World Evangelical Alliance is a global network of 123 nations who each have formed an evangelical church alliance. Nearly 3,000,000 local churches and 380 million Christians identify with these alliances.

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