Residents of Jimani clean up the part of their town not washed away in the flash flooding. Workers had to remove between two and three feet of mud from homes, businesses and streets in the Dominican Republic town. Photo by Donny Barger
MONTE CRISTI, Dominican Republic (BP)--God is at work in the aftermath of the worst flooding ever to strike the Caribbean island nations of the Dominican Republic and Haiti -- creating opportunities to minister to communities that lost thousands of residents in late May.
Storms dropped as much as 10 inches of rain in one hour, sweeping away crops and livestock, even entire families and villages, said Southern Baptist missionary Donny Barger, leader of a team that took relief supplies into flood-ravaged towns in the Dominican Republic. Read More