We invite you to celebrate Mother’s Day with On the Ground with Samaritan’s Purse as Kristy Graham offers ways to honor, remember, and pray for mothers across the globe. In this eye-opening episode, you’ll hear Kristy’s phone call with her sister-in-law, Cissie Graham Lynch, as they discuss Samaritan’s Purse maternal and child health around the world.
Thank you for listening to the final episode of our U.S. Disaster Relief mini-series. In this four-part special, Kristy Graham has taken you to Chattanooga, TN; Seneca, SC; Monroe, LA; and now, Laurel, MS.
Tune in to the third episode of our four-part series featuring work Samaritan’s Purse U.S. Disaster Relief is doing in Monroe, Louisiana. Over Easter weekend, three tornadoes damaged more than 400 homes, leaving the community in physical and emotional distress. Today, hear as Kristy Graham talks with Shannon Daley, a regional program manager for U.S. Disaster Relief, about how the ministry is helping the community overcome the deadly storm-system’s destruction.
Thank you for joining us in episode two of our four-part series highlighting the U.S. disaster response teams after a major storm-system swept through Tennessee, South Carolina, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Today, listen in to the phone call between Kristy Graham and U.S. Disaster Relief program manager Keeth Willingham. Keeth and his team were deployed to the town of Seneca, South Carolina, following the deadly tornadoes that hit over Easter weekend. The paths of these destructive tornadoes were nearly 30 miles long, and killed at least nine people in South Carolina alone.
Welcome to the first episode of a four-part mini-series featuring the work Samaritan’s Purse U.S. Disaster Relief is providing in the Southeast. Over Easter weekend, tornadoes swept through multiple states, leaving families and communities devastated. Kristy talks with staff on the ground about how each individual state was affected: Tennessee, South Carolina, Mississippi, and Louisiana. This is the first time Samaritan’s Purse has responded in four states simultaneously after a disaster.
Welcome to another episode of On the Ground with Samaritan’s Purse. In this informative feature, you’ll hear many voices of doctors, patients, nurses, and staff serving on the ground in Cremona, Italy. Throughout the episode, you’ll hear the theme of hope as our teams continue to give critical care to patients suffering from COVID-19. Listen as Kristy Graham guides you through what a day in the life of a Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) looks like at the Emergency Field Hospital in Cremona.
This Easter weekend, a devastating storm system ripped through the Southeast. In this week’s “In the News” episode, Kristy Graham sheds light on how Samaritan’s Purse North American Ministries is responding in Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, and South Carolina. Listen to the phone call between Kristy and Todd Taylor, an experienced U.S. Disaster Relief manager, to hear how the ministry is taking action to help hurting families.
Since April 1, Samaritan’s Purse doctors, nurses, and disaster response specialists have sacrificed to help treat patients with COVID-19 at the Emergency Field Hospital in New York City. In this week’s episode of On the Ground with Samaritan’s Purse, Kristy Graham introduces you to Ken Isaacs, the vice president of programs and government relations, and Shelly Kelly, an ICU nurse on our Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART).
Thank you for listening to another episode of On the Ground with Samaritan’s Purse. This “In the News” episode features Kristy Graham’s interview with Dave Philips, deputy director for Samaritan’s Purse international projects. Dave has served with the ministry for almost 10 years, and he gives a deeper look into how Samaritan’s Purse continues to respond to COVID-19 in New York City.
Thank you for tuning in to another episode of On the Ground with Samaritan’s Purse as Kristy Graham gives you an exclusive look into how the ministry is responding to COVID-19. On March 17, 2020, the Samaritan’s Purse DC-8 cargo plane was deployed to Cremona, Italy – airlifting more than 20 tons of medical supplies, a specialized Emergency Field Hospital, and 32 disaster response specialists to the epicenter of the virus. The On the Ground team was at the hangar as doctors, nurses, water and sanitation specialists, and other disaster response specialists boarded the plane in Greensboro, North Carolina.