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Ike Doesn't Take a Hike

Christian ministries in position for relief after Ike makes landfall.
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Here's the latest report from the Salvation Army about the preparations for post-landfall and Hurricane Ike:

Salvation Army Supporting Shelter and Evacuation for Hurricane Ike With Meals for Thousands of Evacuees and Emergency Workers

The key quote:

"A storm of this size and intensity threatening a metropolitan area presents an enormous danger," said Major James Taylor, Texas Divisional Secretary for The Salvation Army. "Hurricane-force winds and wide-spread flooding could not only cause loss of life and property, but could displace thousands of people for an indefinite period of time. We'll need public support to ensure a viable long-term response effort for the many people we expect will be in need."

The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association has this news:

As Deadly Hurricane Looms, Rapid Response Team Springs into Action

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