DR chaplain sees God’s hand in home visits after Hurricane Ian

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Cliff Knight said he knew God had arranged the visit before he even got to the house.

It was his first day as an Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief chaplain, and he was riding around Arcadia, Florida, with Rich Power, an assessor visiting homeowners who had requested help in the wake of Hurricane Ian.

“We were making our second visit, and he informed me this next visit may be a tough one,” said Knight, who also serves as associate pastor and minister to families at Lakeview Baptist Church in Auburn. “Not only was the lady’s home damaged, but she also had lost her adult son six months before.”

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This article was originally published at TheAlabamaBaptist.org.

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