Believers hunker down for longterm assistance in Florida’s storm repairs.

By August 27, 2004

USA (MNN)–The Federal Emergency Management Agency is said to be facing its biggest challenge since Sept 11, 2001 in the wake of Hurricane Charley.

FEMA is providing temporary housing and emergency supplies to those who lost homes and are still without power in Florida.

Despite the assistance, storm survivors are still struggling to meet daily needs, but long-term recovery efforts are taking shape in Florida.

Operation Blessing International joined the relief effort. OBI teamed up with the Salvation Army to feed the hungry and give moral support to those in need.

Rebuilding the devastation could take years, and teams are looking at providing the manpower to help in that area. Teams hope to demonstrate God’s love by easing the need and suffering in this area.

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