On Saturday, April 25, 2015 a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck the heart of the nation of Nepal. The earthquake killed more than 8,800 souls and injured more than 23,000. Hundreds of thousands of people across the nation lost home, livelihoods and access to even basic essentials such as food, clean water and sanitation. Multiple aftershocks followed the 7.8 earthquake, leaving the entire nation in shock and fear.
Thank you to each of our partners who gave in response to Worship In Action’s Nepal Earthquake outreach. We are very happy to report that together we gave $5000 to the relief efforts. Our contribution provided immediate and critical supplies such as blankets, food, and safe water to those impacted by the earthquakes in Nepal. We believe God received glory during this outreach and through us demonstrated his love to many people.
Friends have asked if we will continue our involvement in Nepal, and the answer is YES. Worship In Action has an established disaster relief fund that Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund actively receives and distributes donations from our partners to areas around the world impacted by natural disasters. We invite our friends to continue to give to this disaster relief fund, and these funds will go to Nepal for the ongoing rebuilding efforts. We know life will never be the same for the Nepalese who have lost family members, homes, jobs, and their earthly possessions. We can’t return to them what was lost; however, we can support them in a way that is a testimony of God’s faithfulness and presence in the earth.
In these desperate times, God is calling each of us to do something to let the people of Nepal know he is with them and that he loves them. Our donations become a candle of hope during people’s darkest days. Please consider giving a donation of any size. 100% of the dollars raised for Nepal Relief will go towards meeting the critical needs of the survivors. Thank you very much for putting your worship into action.
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