Hundreds of people in North Texas came out to a medical clinic hosted by AMEN Free Clinic on Sunday. AMEN stands for Adventist Medical Evangelism Network. They also had counselors available for anyone looking for diet and lifestyle help. This is the first time for an AMEN Free Clinic to come to Dallas. On Saturday, the clinic was specifically open for anyone affected by Hurricane Harvey and in need of medical attention. “We had all these patients down at the convention center who need so much.
A ladies boutique in Carrollton loaded up hundreds of handbags filled with supplies on Sunday to be taken to women affected by Hurricane Harvey down in Rockport. Paula Smith and Robbie Bohmier, the owners of A Honey of a Deal, put up a post on social media and a note on their store door asking for people to donate purses to women in need. “I can’t even imagine going day to day and not having my purse, I mean they have nothing but ziplock baggies,” said Smith.
President Donald Trump declared Sunday, September 3rd, a National Day of Prayer for those affected by Hurricane Harvey. In Dallas, interfaith services will be held at all three shelters on Sunday for people staying there. City officials said many of the evacuees have asked for spiritual services, and they are happy to be able to provide this to them.
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Selecting a term
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