70 percent of homes in the Bahamas displaced by Hurricane Dorian
Churches from the United States of America have contributed to the rescuing of victims of the recent Hurricane Dorian in Bahamas. According to government officials in the Bahamas, over several millions if not billions would be required to rebuild the broken parts of the country after Hurricane Dorian.
Both public and private infrastructures were damaged and would require a lot of fund to construct all over again. Meanwhile Churches like Olive Baptist Church in Pensacola, Florida, which is a larger network of Baptist Churches that provide help with donations in such cases, have been on standby to provide relief efforts to victims. Pastor Ted Traylor, who is the head Pastor of the Church, explained that he has been talking with other Pastors and Church groups in South Florida to stand with the Bahamas until the storm passes then volunteers would be sent out.