The storm relief ministry Eight Days of Hope is headed to Florida – and not surprisingly, the organization is taking a step in faith.
Eight Days of Hope is still assisting victims of Hurricane Florence in North Carolina, not to mention people still in need in the Houston area because of Hurricane Harvey in 2017. Even so, that's not stopping Eight Days of Hope president and executive director Steve Tybor.
Speaking Monday on American Family Radio, Tybor said the ministry will soon be helping victims of Hurricane Michael in Florida.
"I will be headed to Panama City Beach tomorrow," he cheered. "We're going to put the final details together [and] we believe that by Thursday or Friday of this week, a volunteer could go to our website [and get information about volunteering]."
Eight Days of Hope currently has 31 major pieces of equipment. Tybor explained that they're all in North Carolina, in Houston, or en route to Florida. "So we're going to step out in faith and purchase some more equipment," he continued. "We'll be there [in Florida] for at least a month."
He recommended that those who are interested in volunteering go to the website and read the FAQs so they can "be in the loop of what we do and how we do it." He expects the ministry will be working in the Panama City Beach and Mexico Beach areas.