Evangelical relief organization Samaritan's Purse has given away 16 houses in a 60-home subdivision to people who lost nearly everything in a tornado that hit Western Kentucky in 2021 and killed around 80 people.
Stories in Disaster
Events that occurred this week in Christian history include the first publishing of the Auburn Affirmation, the death of a notable hymnwriter in a major train accident, and Mars Hill’s final service.
Hurricane Ian will have destroyed as much as $50 billion, one of the most expensive in history, and the media tends to blame climate change. But the real culprit is the U.S. government.
When rain waters that seemed heavier than usual began to fall in eastern Kentucky roughly two weeks ago, Pastor Brad Stevens of the Church of God Worship Center in Clay County said he wasn’t afraid.
The media has largely moved on from the Afghanistan debacle, and many are all too eager to sweep the consequences of President Biden’s botched withdrawal under the rug. Yet, the repercussions will last lifetimes.
Biden’s disaster in Afghanistan is not over by a long shot. The suffering of millions of people will far outlast the news cycle. And so should our collective memory.
Over $2 trillion, over 3,000 lives, and a country that is less safe than it was when we started. Christ told us to count the cost of war before it begins; we ignored Him.