VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (BP)--Tom Schlauch had no idea how he was going to deal with the massive oak tree in his yard that Hurricane Isabel brought to the ground Sept. 18. A volunteer had come by earlier that day and helped for about two hours, but it wasn't until a large team of Southern Baptist volunteers from Clarksville, Tenn., showed up that the tree quickly became a pile of logs and brush.
William Bowman and Alma Hope of South Carolina's Screven Baptist Association, based in Summerville, cook the first pork chops for an order of 2,000 meals the afternoon of Sept. 22. The meals were prepared for distribution by the Salvation Army in Norfolk, Va., in areas without power in the wake of Hurricane Isabel. Read More