Bobby Ross Jr. writes in Christianity Today, about how churches are offering relief to the people of Moore, Oklahoma long before the government disaster aid has begun to arrive, “from Mennonite Disaster Service chainsaw crews to Samaritan’s Purse debris cleanup teams to Presbyterian Disaster Assistance pastoral counselors . . . Christian volunteers aid Oklahoma tornado victims based on what each denomination does best.” Read the whole article here: How the ‘Faith Based FEMA’ are Helping Moore Move On. Donate here: Catholic Charities Oklahoma Tornado Relief.