Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief ‘doing the job’ in Louisiana, reports 13 professing faith in Christ

LAKE CHARLES, La.—Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief (DR) volunteers continue to serve in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura. Currently, 120 DR volunteers are stationed in Lake Charles, La. and working through Lake Charles, La., Moss Bluff. “Oklahoma Baptist DR volunteers...

Sunday, November 8th is a day to celebrate.

Sunday, Nov. 8 is Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (DR) Appreciation Day. Oklahoma Baptists have done an amazing job of reaching out to the many communities that were affected by disaster.

“Observing DR Appreciation Day puts in front of our folks the work that Oklahoma Baptists do in the aftermath of disaster and recognizes how Oklahoma Baptists realized the need to bring hope, help and healing to the communities that suffer after disaster strikes,” state director of Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief, Don Williams said.