Hurricane Harvey Relief

Mission Discovery's Doug Evans is on the ground in one of the hardest hit areas of the Texas coast near the towns of Aransas Pass and Rockport.  He is in need of adult teams to serve people who have lost everything.  

Sean Breslin of the Weather Channel writes:

"In the town of Rockport, entire blocks are wiped out and crews are struggling to get in to search for those missing. Volunteer groups, churches and other organizations have begun mobilizing to help the victims and clear debris from littered roadways."

"It was dangerous," Rockport resident Ruben Nino, who rode out the storm with his family, told NPR. "There's sheet rock and glass breaking and all kinds of stuff. We survived in a little closet with four people until we called 911. And they came and rescued us. There was a lot of screaming and praying to Jesus and stuff like that."

The only known fatality along the coast occurred after a man was trapped inside a home that caught fire, Aransas County Judge C.H. "Burt" Mills, Jr. told the Associated Press.

Adults serving here in 2017 will need to bring a tent and everything to sustain you for a Sunday through Saturday service week.  Work projects could include clearing rubble and debris, serving food to those in need, and ministering to those in need all around.

Trip Dates

10/1/17 to 10/7/17
Adult
$100*
10/8/17 to 10/14/17
Adult
$100*
3/5/18 to 3/10/18
Adult
$300*
3/12/18 to 3/17/18
Adult
$300*
3/19/18 to 3/24/18
Adult
$300*
6/4/18 to 6/9/18
Adult
$300*
6/11/18 to 6/16/18
Adult
$300*
6/18/18 to 6/23/18
Adult
$300*
6/25/18 to 6/30/18
Adult
$300*
7/2/18 to 7/7/18
Adult
$300*
7/9/18 to 7/14/18
Adult
$300*

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