Please Pray…

Posted By on April 28, 2011

Please pray for LAF writer, Kelly Crawford, and author of Generation Cedar. She and her family lost their home, outbuildings, and vehicles in yesterday’s tornadoes. They (and 4 neighboring families) sought refuge in the Crawford’s basement. One of these families – a family with 13 children -  lost their husband/father in the storm. Kelly’s husband pulled them out of the rubble; and at this point, I understand some are badly injured.

I am getting regular updates, but last I heard, rescue workers were not able to get to them. Please pray they get relief soon. Also, Kelly gave birth to a baby earlier this month, so please pray for an extra measure of grace and protection for her as she ministers to her family and neighbors.

Again, Kelly and her family are safe. Praise God He spared their lives. Please pray for provision and peace for all involved. And please remember the precious wife and 13 children who woke this morning without their husband and father, and without a place to live.

For those who are interested in donating to the Alabama Relief Fund, you can give through Providence Church. If you would like your donation to specifically help Kelly and her family, please be sure to specify that. Donate HERE

I will update you as I get new information.

Please pray for Kelly Liverett Crawford of Generation Cedar. She and her family lost their home in today’s tornadoes. They (and 4 neighboring families) sought refuge in their basement this afternoon. Everyone is safe; but, their house, as well as their parents’ home, is gone. Praise God He spared their lives! Please pray for provision and peace for all involved.
For those who are interested in donating to the Alabama Relief Fund, you can give through Providence Church. If you would like your donation to help a specific family or individual, please be sure to specify that. Kelly Liverett Crawford‘s family is in need, as well as the Lee family and many others.

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About The Author

Stacy is the wife of Pastor James McDonald of Providence Church and Family Reformation Ministries. She is the mother of ten precious blessings, and the grandma of 3 1/2 treasured cuddle bugs, so far! Surely, she is and does other things, but these are the most significant to her. Stacy is also a conference speaker, the author of Raising Maidens of Virtue, and co-author of the popular book, Passionate Housewives Desperate for God.

Comments

7 Responses to “Please Pray…”

  1. Elizabeth says:

    Oh no! Will definitely be praying for all of them. Thank you for letting us know.

  2. mousey4 says:

    We dropped to our knees this morning in prayer.

    Please let us know how we may help not only the Crawford’s, but the family who lost the Husband/Father. Our hearts go out to them. Our family would like to send them a gift.

  3. Dee says:

    I was wondering about Kelly & her family last night. Please keep us updated.

  4. Okay – for those who live near Ashville, Alabama, and would like to help by donating supplies, or with labor efforts, urgent needs are:

    Water
    Flashlights/batteries
    Tarps
    Clothing–ALL SIZES
    Non-perishable food
    Propane tanks
    Diapers & wipes

    Call or text Brantley Disharoon for more info:
    210-314-9096

    I’m sure there are other needs (towels, feminine supplies, toilet paper, blankets), so you may want to ask.

    Will update you soon on donation opportunities.

  5. Can’t send any supplies, but I can pray.. and I will! Kelly, we love you and are holding you and yours up in prayer♥

  6. jlmccoy says:

    I would really like to donate some of the toiletries I have stockpiled since I can’t afford a cash donation. I also have some onezies that have never been worn. I am near Charlotte, NC. Where can I donate goods like these to see they get to people who could use them?

  7. Thank you so much, but we’ve had word that they are completely overwhelmed with physical donations and have had to get a couple of containers to keep them all, as the families have nowhere to put all the supplies. This is a wonderful “problem” to have. Please keep up the prayers, and you might check to see if you can donate those items through the Salvation Army or Red Cross, which have donation centers set up all over the South for the storm victims. Thanks.

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