Disaster Response

Pandemics Don’t Stop Disasters — or the Church’s Response

Natural disasters were not slowed by the COVID-19 pandemic, and neither was the work of LCMS World Relief and Human Care Disaster Response.

Mercy After Disaster

For 15 years, Lutheran Early Response Teams have brought care for body and soul to those devastated by natural disasters.

The One Thing Still Standing

After a devastating windstorm in eastern Iowa, Lutherans hold onto the thing that cannot be moved.

Chainsaw Training Helps LERT Volunteers Share the Gospel After Disaster

Men from eight LCMS districts will take what they learned home to teach others.

Despite Hurricanes, the Church Still Stands

After hurricanes hit Florida and the Carolinas, The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod walks together to rebuild lives and restore hope in Jesus’ name.

From Our Abundance

After living through twin tornadoes, the members of St. John’s Lutheran Church, Pilger, Neb., are helping other disaster victims

Much Done, Much to Do

Six months after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, the LCMS is still there sharing the love of Christ and rebuilding people’s homes.

The Church Continues to Care for Haiti

LCMS Disaster Response is still at work in Haiti after Hurricane Matthew hit in 2016.

Q&A with District Disaster-Response Coordinator John Elliott

John Elliott has many roles in the LCMS Florida-Georgia District.

Restoring and Rebuilding Texas

The work continues in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

Helping Children Find Comfort in Christ

LCMS Disaster Response provides ‘Camp Courage’ for children impacted by disaster.

Hurricane Recovery Continues in Haiti

Recovery continues in Haiti following Hurricane Matthew.

Restoring Buildings and Lives in North Carolina

LCMS congregations are coming together to help the owner of a day-care center that was flooded by Hurricane Matthew.

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