There will be many stories to tell and testimonies to share concerning our experiences during and after Hurricane Harvey. Few will be greater that the story of Mason City, Nebraska. The 2010 census reported that Mason City had a population of 171 people. What could a village of that size do that would make a difference in the aftermath of this destructive storm? Well, they banded together, collected what they could and loaded it in an 18-wheeler and sent it 1000 miles to Portland, Texas. Yes, an 18-wheeler. Little town, big heart. God revealed a need and they responded. God doesn't always call on the biggest or the strongest to partner with Him; He likes to choose those that are the least qualified in order to reveal His glory. I see the same thing happening here at Strong Tower Fellowship. Although small and insignificant in man's eyes, God has chosen you to partner with Him to meet the great needs of those He loves in this area and you have responded. Many teams from all over the Coastal Bend are being equipped with the provisions they need as they go out into the community. Countless people, your neighbors, have come through these doors to get food, hygiene items, cleaning supplies, but received much more. They received love in form of prayer, hugs, and encouragement. Because of your love and commitment, people's needs are being met and hope is being restored. Thank you Strong Tower Fellowship for being the hands and feet of Jesus.
Senior Leader Frank Dodson