Tag Archives: #flooding

Oh no more rain in the forecast!!!

More rain and another Flood Watch (this one is for where I live)

Thankful that yesterday we saw the sun and that it is out for now but Northeast OK has had the WETTEST April on record after starting out with a drought! Now many areas–including mine–are again under a FLOOD WATCH! Some rivers just crested in the last day or so…Yikes!!! Should have got that kayak at Walmart yesterday!  Beginning to think it is April shower kill may flowers and May showers…well don’t know that yet! Stay safe and dry. How is the weather where you live? Please comment below. ~Mikaela & The Heart 4 Children Ministries Team

Forecast: Rain, Snow, Hail and Tornadoes all for the same weekend: Only in OK!

Then there’s this all this crazy weather for this weekend–floods, tornadoes, hail and snow all in the forecast for OK!!! Thought tornadoes and hail were not gonna be in the forecast…ONLY IN OKLAHOMA!! Be careful. ~Mikaela & The Heart 4 Children Ministries Team
http://www.news9.com/…/10-inches-of-snow-hail-flooding-rain…

RAIN RAIN GO AWAY WE DON’T WANT A FLOOD TODAY!

Wow! Anyone got an extra boat?! Seriously, though, IF you live in OK or AR please be weather aware!! Severe storms beginning tonight. Most areas in OK & AR have a MODERATE RISK for: large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornado.
In addition, due to the extreme rain amounts predicted for the entire weekend (see below) Flood watches, Flash Flood Watches and Flood Warnings have been issued with anywhere from 2-10 inches of rain possible!!! Please take this seriously and save lives–TURN AROUND DON’T DROWN! For more info please click on the link below. ~Mikaela
http://www.newson6.com/global/weatheralerts.asp

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Heartbreaking video of Hurricane Matthew Hitting Haiti Today!

Hurricane Matthew hits Haiti (pic credit  Mission Direct Haiti)

Hurricane Matthew hits Haiti (pic credit Mission Direct Haiti)

Heartbreaking video of Haiti during and after Hurricane Matthew via news9.com Hurricane Matthew Hits Haiti Tuesday  Remembering the damage of the earthquake there in 2010 before Heart 4 Children Ministries was incorporated and why God wanted sleeping mats made for the children there. We no longer work outside the US, but our prayers go out to them. ~The Heart 4 Children Ministries Team

We contacted WV: No news yet on how many kids need our help!

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We made contact with Emergency Management in WV as well as Red Cross today. However, since they are still out in the field it is still too early for them to have information for us on how many children need our help. We are closer, though, to getting that information from our Red Cross contact here in Oklahoma. It is likely that we will need to ship the toys, clothes and shoes, though, instead of delivering them in person as Mikaela prefers to do. If you would like to contribute to help us with shipping costs please click on our linkhttp://www.heart4childrenministries.org/?page_id=87 You can pay by check or on our secure PayPal link. As always we appreciate your help. ~Mikaela & The Heart 4 Children Ministries Team

What Happening With Heart 4 Children Ministries!

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We spoke with the Red Cross representative in Commanche County, OK and are now waiting for a possible list of all the children that “suffered great loss” from the flooding on June 12, 2016 as well as a call back from Emergency Management in Garvin County, OK for the flooding there.

Meanwhile, God is preparing us for helping more kids as in addition to the 13 boxes we received from our partner in May with clothes, sandals and toys, we received one box Wednesday, one Thursday and one yesterday. We are so thankful for our partnership with Garan, Inc they are such a blessing! #feelingrateful ~Mikaela & The Heart 4 Children Ministries Team

Calling all prayer warriors!

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CALLING ON ALL OF OUR PRAYER WARRIORS: Please join us in prayer as we join Texas Hill Country. Sweet Jesus we know that You know where everyone is and You know how each family member feels who has a loved one missing, or in the hospital. Even now we ask You to comfort them and give wisdom to those who are doing search and rescue. Be with the first responders and others who are doing search and rescue as it is a draining and difficult job. Thank You for hearing us in Your precious name and for Your glory amen. BANANAS–Texas Hill Country “has started a prayer chain for ALL those affected by these floods, starting right here…. The McCombs Family. (MANY MORE ARE MISSING)

McCombs Family

Jonathan and his wife, Laura, and children, Andrew (6) and Leighton (4). They were staying at a house on the river in Wimberley and were swept away in the river flood. Jonathan was found 12 miles down river early this morning and is in ICU. Laura and the kids are missing still.
Please pray that Laura, Andrew & Leighton are found, safe and sound!!
Praying fervently for successful search, rescue, relief, and care of ALL those affected! Name them and claim them, each and every one in this post if you would like!” If you have someone you want lifted up in prayer please comment below. We will keep praying. If you want to light a candle for those that are missing and keep it burning until all are located. We will post updates as we receive them. Thanks as always for your prayer support. ~Mikaela

MAY SEVERE WEATHER IN OKLAHOMA!

 

Tornado touched down in Minco, OK in Grady County. (pic credited to Oklahoma's Own  newson6

Tornado touched down in Minco, OK in Grady County. (pic credited to Oklahoma’s Own
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Severe weather began in Oklahoma yesterday. Tornadoes and flooding. This pic was taken of a tornado that touched down in Minco,OK in Grady County yesterday and it was not the only one. For more on this story go here: http://www.newson6.com/story/29142851/multiple-tornadoes-touch-down-in-oklahomaFlooding  In addition to the tornadoes, flooding rains are in the forecast through the Memorial Day weekend for areas of the state. We may be called upon again to help.  How is the weather where you  are? Staying in out of the rain. ~Head Banana