8 Days of Hope is on the road again helping storm-stricken communities, this time ministering to people’s needs after Hurricane Zeta.
In late October the hurricane struck the Louisiana/Mississippi area with 100-mile-an-hour winds causing damage in Bay St. Louis and Waveland, Mississippi.
8 Days of Hope founder Steve Tybor says it's not the first time 8 Days of Hope has been to Bay St. Louis.
“What's unique for us is that's where we started back in December of 2005 when 8 Days of Hope launched,” he recalls. “It was after Hurricane Katrina, and we went to Bay St. Louis-Waveland, Mississippi for four of our first five rebuilding trip.”
Every home in the small town of 13,500 sustained roof damage, he says, and 8 Days is working there through November 14.