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Katrina-hit areas 'A complete wasteland' says Salvation Army officialJACKSON, Miss. - The inability of rescue workers to get to victims of Hurricane Katrina - caused by the shortage of fuel because...
With Christian relief workers now having had time to assess the widespread death and damage caused by Hurricane Katrina, Christian Emergency Network (CEN) Founder and CEO Mary Marr said that is clear...
With victims of Hurricane Katrina and the relief workers assisting them just beginning to comprehend the full impact of the storm, Christian Emergency Network (CEN) Founder and CEO Mary Marr said, "...
JACKSON, Miss. - With winds of 95 mph hammering his base of operations here, Salvation Army Divisional Commander Major Dalton Cunningham, said that, in his experience, the impact of Hurricane Katrina...
Hurricane Katrina, which smacked ashore along the Louisiana and Mississippi border as a category 5 level storm about daybreak, is now making its way up the Mississippi Delta with top sustained winds...
 The Christian Emergency Network (CEN) rallies Christians in emergencies of all kinds. Our goal is for the network to be the first point of contact for any person facing a life-threatening...