Monday, September 11, 2017

Caribbean Churches Destroyed by Deadly Hurricane Irma


NEWS
Caribbean Churches Destroyed by Deadly Hurricane Irma
Regional leaders are still assessing how millions of Christians fared in the storm.
Kate Shellnutt
Many churches in the Caribbean islands are presumed destroyed by Hurricane Irma, the deadly storm currently making its way through Florida. At least four churches in Antigua and Barbuda and a dozen on St. Martin were flattened by the Category 5 hurricane last week, according to Emerson Boyce, secretary general of the Evangelical Association of the Caribbean (EAC). Boyce, who is located in Trinidad and Tobago, has struggled to reach major Christian leaders in Irma's path to confirm the extent of the damage among the evangelical community across the Leeward Islands. continue reading >>


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