Pensacola Churches Reach Out in Early Hours After Hurricane Michael

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(Worthy News) - In the initial hours after Hurricane Michael struck the Florida Panhandle, church leaders in the hardest hit areas and in nearby Pensacola have been some of the first responders to help assess needs, assist those who chose to ride out the storm, and begin to clear debris.

Pastor Buford Lipscomb leads Liberty Network International, an apostolic network of ministries and churches based in Pensacola, and has used his contacts with pastors in the Panhandle to quickly reach out and provide early help.

Lipscomb told CBN News "we believe it's our local people and the body of Christ that can get there before the government does and can make a difference." [ Source: CBN News (Read More...) ]

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