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Disaster Relief

A little effort can make a big difference.

Disaster Relief at FCFI

At the Fellowship of Christian Farmers, we have many members willing to help their neighbors and friends recover from the many disasters we encounter throughout the seasons.

Farmers are generally quite handy, and we can quickly organize disaster relief teams in short notice. Whether it’s fence building, tree cutting, debris hauling, or serving the work crews, we have a disaster relief project for you.

Contact the Fellowship of Christian Farmers to join a disaster relief team today! You will be a blessing to someone in need. And, you may just get blessed yourself!

Welcome to Disaster Relief!

It is our hope to partner with you, your church, FFA Chapter, or home school group to help people struggling after storms and disasters.  

From building structures that have been damaged, tarping roofs, cleaning fields of debris to allow for harvest, building new fence or repairing damaged fences, or any number of needs that may arise on the farm. We want to help bring people who are able to help together with those who are in need.

Join us as we work together to make a difference in the lives of our neighbors and show the love of Jesus.

Mike Weaver

FCFI Area Leader

Disaster Relief News View All

  • Disaster Relief in Sullivan, Indiana
    “Multiple tornadoes hit Indiana communities both south and north of Indianapolis late Friday and early Saturday, leaving at least three people in Sullivan County dead and hundreds of homes and buildings damaged or destroyed. The National Weather Service in Indianapolis said late Saturday that crews have preliminarily identified at least seven tornadoes that hit Indiana. The strongest storms were seen in Sullivan County.”
  • Year End 2022 Recap: Make Your Year End Tax Deductible Donation!
    2022 is nearly complete, and although prices are up, crime is up, and evil abounds, God is still on His Throne, and is still in control of His Creation, praise God!  God listens to the prayers of His Chosen, so keep praying! Thank you for your faithfulness, as FCFI workers continue to do the work commissioned by Jesus Christ over 2000 years ago in Matthew 28.  FCFI, as a ministry, has much about which to be thankful.  Because of your support this past year, FCFI was able to continue the Lord’s work presenting the Gospel of Jesus Christ at farm shows and State FFA conventions across the country, which have been a great source of encouragement to farmers, ranchers, and their families.  We are so thankful to you for putting prayer into action in many ways to be the hands and feet of the Lord in rural America.
  • Hurricane Ian Rips Florida; FCFI Disaster Relief on the Ground
    On September 28, 2022, Hurricane Ian made landfall in Southwest Florida as a category 4 hurricane, with sustained winds of 150 mph, causing a massive storm surge, inundating the coastal areas near Fort Meyers, Cape Coral, all the way up to Sarasota and beyond.
  • Kentucky Flooding
    From “Heavy rain hammered eastern Kentucky and southwestern Virginia Wednesday night into Thursday morning, triggering destructive flash flooding that broke at least one long-standing flood record. Here are some aspects of this latest flood disaster that stunned even our team of meteorologists and journalists.”
  • FCFI Helping Farmers Recover from Tornado Damage in Kentucky
    After the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, it was time to head back to western Kentucky to help farmers recover from the devastating tornadoes of December 10, 2021.  Our base camp was moved from Moors Resort on Kentucky Lake to Dexter-Hardin United Methodist Church.  Work continues on farms near the resort, where extensive tree damage downed fences that contain cattle, horses, goats, and other livestock.  The Fellowship of Christian Farmers Disaster Relief Operations assembles volunteer crews to clear trees and rebuild fence to help farmers maintain their livestock.
  • Tornadoes Pound 6 States: 70 Dead
    Last night, a devastating tornado hit Mayfield, KY around 9:30PM, causing major damage and killing as many as 50 or more people, many in a candle making factory, running shifts 24/7 to get product out for Christmas. Warm temperatures in December usually signal severe weather, with as many as six states hit with tornadoes and strong thunderstorms with damaging winds.

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