Biblica provides hope to New Zealand

By February 28, 2011

New Zealand (MNN) — The hope for finding survivors of Tuesday's devastating earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand is fading. The official death toll continues to climb. 70 people have been rescued since the 6.3-magnitude earthquake struck. The rescue and recovery operation has been boosted by personnel from China, the U.S. and the U.K.

While hope is fading for survivors, Biblica is responding to the earthquake with eternal hope.

Prime Minister John Key declared the quake a national disaster. Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker stated that 120 people were rescued overnight Tuesday but that about 300 people were still unaccounted for and may still be trapped in the rubble.

Biblica is partnering with other ministries in New Zealand to provide hope to survivors of the quake through their Scripture resources When Your Whole World Changes, The Survivors, and Beside Still Waters.

As you help Biblica today, your gift will will help meet the emotional and spiritual needs of people through God's timeless Word.


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