The Williamsons Kids Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

WELEETKA, Okla. – (September 5, 2017) – The children of multi-award winning Gospel artist The Williamsons recently aimed their ministry sights on assisting the victims of Hurricane Harvey. On September 1, 2017, while at a recent tour stop in South Texas, the children set out to aid many of the churches in the area, particularly in the Rockport, Texas vicinity.

Eight year old Patrick, son of bass singer Darin Hebert, spearheaded the endeavor along with his friend Libby. Before long, Sadie and Olivia, daughters of Donnie and Lisa Williamson, joined in the effort. The enthusiastic kids set up a lemonade stand, and soon, they had raised well over $250.00 with more donations on the way. One hundred percent of what they end up collecting will be sent to Samaritan’s Purse.

The Williamsons are so thankful to see their children having a heart for those hurting and ask that we continue to pray for the victims of Hurricane Harvey.

Hurricane Harvey is the most recent natural disaster to cause massive damage to the United States. The hurricane made landfall off the coast of Texas at the end of August and caused massive amounts of flooding throughout Texas and Louisiana. Damages are estimated to exceed over $180 billion.

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