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Update from Kentucky

The damage we saw was heartbreaking. Many homes are completely gone or damaged beyond repair.

But we also saw a community come together to love on others. We saw so many volunteers come to cook, deliver meals, donate supplies and clean up. Even after days of rain, lots of people came out to volunteer. We had the opportunity to see the love of Jesus in action.

World Compassion Network teams converged at Bremen, Kentucky. We were able to help victims find keepsakes, pray with other volunteers and hurting people, partner with Home Clarity Church in Central City, KY and Tim Grisham Ministries to serve victims of the tornado damaged areas.

Feeding the Hungry

In Spite of the Rain

WCN is working with Tim Grisham Minstries from Tipton, IN to keep first responders and victims of the Kentucky tornadoes fed. They do not charge anything for 600 meals a day being provided, We were able to help them provide hamburgers, pulled pork and grilled chicken salad sandwiches that were delivered throughout the area. Anyone that walked up was also served.

It was an honor to work with an amazing ministry that continued to serve when the cold and rain made conditions less than favorable. They put up pop ups and used patio heaters to keep volunteers warm and dry.

Please pray for this incredible ministry as they plan to stay through Wednesday and return after the first of the year. We will keep you updated.

Love in Action

Incredible Supply Donations

Hours after the tornado went through Breman, the

Bremen Elementary School became a hub for volunteers, supplies and meals. Teachers from area schools and others came together in shifts to deliver meals. WCN got to ride along and pr

ay with people.

However with school starting back up after the Holidays and so many people bringing donations of items, storage is becoming an issue. Many of the school staff, public servants and others are all working together to solve this. They are incredibly thankful for the generosity of so many. Please note that financial donations would be deeply appreciated.

Opportunities to Help


Please continue to pray for the hurting. Also, pray for the all of the workers, volunteers and ministries that are helping.


Please click Here to donate online or mail to:

WCN, PO Box 1152 Warsaw, IN 46581


Contact Disaster Relief Coordinator Tyler Snow Here


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