Thursday, July 31, 2008

drought affects churches

With reports of flooding in the Midwest we often forget that there are parts of the country that are desperately in need of rain. This report is from GCFL.net:

Severe drought affects churches in northern Alabama, Tennessee, and northwest Georgia.

Did you know that because of the drought in these areas, church budgets are greatly affected?

Baptist churches are having to sprinkle for baptisms, the Methodists are using wet wipes for their baptisms, and the Catholics are praying that God will turn the wine back into water.