Becky Noland knows what it’s like to be at your wit’s end and have someone show up with food.
“I grew up on the Gulf Coast in Texas and experienced what it’s like to go through hurricanes,” she said.
And after she moved to Alabama, she often would go back to help her parents with cleanup after a storm.
“I know how frustrating it can get and how much it can mean to get some help,” Noland said. “You’re without power, without water, and a truck pulls up and says, ‘Hey, do you want a hot meal?’ Or someone drives up and says, ‘Can I help you with this?’”
That’s what got her interested in disaster relief ministry in the first place.
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This article was originally published at TheAlabamaBaptist.org.