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AGWM, Convoy of Hope Continue Dorian Relief

AG World Missions and Convoy of Hope are continuing their relief efforts while committing to assist with recovery phases as well.
Last week, after Hurricane Dorian decimated the northern portion of the Bahamas, AG World Missions immediately sent emergency relief funds and a three-person Convoy of Hope (COH) team arrived in the islands to begin damage assessment and help AG leaders organize relief through local churches.

AGWM Caribbean Area Director David Speer reports that two AG churches in Abaco and Grand Bahama are being used as warehouse and distribution centers for family packs of relief supplies. Other packs have been taken by boat to Moore’s Island.

Thanks to the generosity of a ministry partner, COH gained access to several planes to expedite delivery of relief supplies. Over 89,000 meals have been distributed to more than 7,500 individuals.

The Bahamas AG, which is still meeting needs of survivors, is moving into the cleanup phase of a five-phase relief and recovery plan. AGWM and Convoy will continue to assist local AG churches in carrying out each phase.

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Randy Hurst

Randy Hurst serves as Special Consultant to the AG World Missions Executive Director.