No one has lost his life thus far, but the damages will be extensive.
Roof was torn off, entryway hit, glass blown out of doors.
CALVERT CITY, Ken. (BNc)- Besides the devastation in Texas, hurricane Ike also left areas in other states without power. Paula Harrington wrote that "what was left of Hurricane Ike came though western Kentucky and southern Illinois yesterday causing a lot if damage. Power may be out for the next three or more days. Many church … Continue reading Ike cuts power in more states
Pratt, Kan. (BNc)- The son and daughter-in-law of a Kansas preacher were killed Friday by a tornado while traveling in Kansas. Gary S. Whitlow, 33, and his wife Kimberly, 29, of Rocky Ford, Colo., were traveling near Pratt, Kan., when a tornado hit their car and both were killed. Gary's father Wayland preaches in Clearwater, … Continue reading Kansas Tornado Kills Couple in Car
A preacher near the epicenter of the Ill., earthquake reports on the tremblor felt early Friday morning. OLNEY, Ill. (BNc)- My name is Roy A. Crutcher and I preach for the Pleasant Valley church in Olney. My wife Gayle and I, as well as many others in several states, were awakened Friday at 4:36 a.m. … Continue reading No Damage, No Injuries, Says Preacher at Quake Epicenter
Updated April 9. LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (BNc)- A tornado touched down in the Arkansas capital last night, April 3. George McDonald, deacon at the Somers Avenue church in N. Little Rock and Master Chief Sargent in the National Guard, wrote, "The tornado that did most of the damage was about two miles to the west … Continue reading Tornado Hits Little Rock
By Associate Editor Joe May (BNc)- Flooding has enveloped much of the Midwest and South, especially in Arkansas. The White River could reach historic levels this week. The extensive damage that has already devastated the state continued through the weekend, noted Renee Preslar of the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management. BNc has not learned of … Continue reading Midwest, South Cope with Flooding
by Warren Baldwin, minister, Ulysses, Kan., church Today at about 12:30 noon I was typing notes on Psalm 109 for my term paper for Harding University Graduate School of Religion, when the phone rang. I was expecting my wife Cheryl to call and say she was home for lunch and I was to go join … Continue reading The Psalms, the Psalms
By Elizabeth Owen DEVELOPING STORY, Check back for updates Editor's note: This was just received. According to one person who received Elizabeth's email, "The family are members of the church. One home destroyed was that of one of the elders of the church there." MOUNTAIN VIEW, Ark. (BNc)- I'm asking that everyone keep the town … Continue reading Christians’ Homes Hit, Elder’s House Destroyed