Samaritan’s Purse writer Bill Bunn is onsite in Melville, Saskatchewan, where we are helping families clean up their homes after a devastating flood.
Ever wondered what beautiful feet look like? These feet bring good news to Melville residents. Melville needs lots of feet that look like these.
These feet spent the day cleaning out the basement of a farmhouse. Inside the home lives a young mother with a two-month old baby. The house is loaded with mold.
During the flood, a few inches of water crept into the basement—then left. They’re living there because they have nowhere else to go.
Billy Graham Rapid Response Team chaplains, Mike and Janet Voth, prayed for the family, especially the baby, while a disaster relief crew from Samaritan’s Purse hauled out everything from the flooded basement. They tore out the walls to the studs, and later, they’ll spray to eliminate the mold.
If you’re in the Melville area, you can volunteer to help families like these. Simply phone our disaster relief team at 1-866-628-6565 to get involved. Read more about our response to the Melville floods here.