As you know from a post about an hour ago, Reverend Franklin Graham just got back from preaching to 60,000 people in South Sudan. He must be exhausted…but that is not stopping him. There is a pending crisis and he and Samaritan’s Purse do what they do best: help.
Check out the picture he just emailed me (and the note below.) He must have gone DIRECTLY from the cockpit of the plane to where he is standing now — he didn’t even have a chance to go home and change his clothes! I went back and looked at the other pic and he had blue jeans on in the cockpit of the plane and I can’t tell if he has the same shirt on under the black jacket but my guess is that he has. There simply was not enough time to go home and change his clothes from the last picture which he emailed me when he landed.
This is the kind of dedication I have seen at Samaritan’s Purse — from the top to the bottom. All the volunteers — whether it be cholera clinics in Haiti, refugee camps South Sudan or hurricane and other relief USA or any other place — jump into action. They are the best. They are smart and know how to do it. They are expienced and most of all, they all have giant hearts.
The pic above PROVES that any money you donate will be well spent since Samaritan’s Purse is a well oiled operation — the move fast and they are good at it! They do not wait. They are always prepared. They move.
See the note I received from Reverend Graham with the picture:
“I’m standing with Luther Harrison in front of our trucks. They will be
leaving in the morning for the Philadelphia and New Jersey area. Our
program managers are on the way to do assessments. They will be
identifying the areas of the greatest need.”