awesome group. i work with samaritans purse and the rapid response team, which are two organizations under the BGEA Organization.
so many people are impacted by both these organizations. this group steps up and helps those whos lives have been impacted by natural and man made disasters. floods, fires,storms, shootings just to name a few.
as a first responder we can easily be overwhelmed by disasters and tragedy. these groups step up and fill the gap between total loss and the recovery/healing process. AT ABSOLUTLY NO COST TO THE COMUNITIES BEING SERVED. AND ALL THE VOLUNTEER HOURS COUNT TOWARD A CITIES FEMA BILL.Volunteer hours are deducted from the total cost fema says it will charge a city to do a clean up.most cities get 50-75% of the total bill paid with volunteer hours donated by locals and people from all over the country who come and help serve with theses organizations.as a doner and volunteer this is the best place for my time, money and equipment to do service to my fellow communities.
I detect jealousy in the comments of a few. There is absolutely nothing in the scriptures that say poverty is the way one who is in the ministry is to live. I do agree that Franklin should show some restraint in the amount of compensation he receives.
I believe $100,000.00 a year is more than enough in my view. However, I refuse to just Franklin Graham concerning his compensation. As long as he conducts himself in such a way that reflects Christ teachings and brings glory to God, then he is doing right as far as I'm concerned.
God bless some more than others in the things of this world. We should look towards Christ living in such a way that we are a lamp unto others and God is glorified by out lives rather than complain about others.
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