Story number 1 for 8 Mar 2000

By March 8, 2000

Headlining today’s news, the United States added high technology and more helicopters to the international flood relief effort for Mozambique. Christian relief agencies are also in high gear assisting. Medical Ambassadors International’s Executive Director Paul Calhoun explains how they will help some of the half-million displaced people. “To bring medications to these people working with MAF and Campus Crusade Canada to get water purification resources. And, we’re very much concerned that cholera and malaria are going to be breaking out in mass proportions.” Calhoun says financial gifts are desperately needed to help meet this need. He says people will come to Christ. “Ministering to these people person to person in ways that touch them in the name of Christ to be able to assure them that there is a God who cares and who loves them.”

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