Resources for the 2016 Louisiana Flood

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Humanitarian Disaster InstituteDisaster Spiritual and Emotional Care Training in Louisiana

Communities need their churches to not just offer physical help—but need hope, meaning, and spiritual care too. That is why the Humanitarian Disaster Institute is partnering with Bethany Church to offer disaster spiritual and emotional care training. The training is for anyone that wants to learn how to provide peer support to adults, families, and children.


Disaster Ministry Series on Healing Place Marriage & Family Podcast

Louisiana Flood 2016

Jamie Aten & Ward Davis from the Humanitarian Disaster Institute of Wheaton College talk about their research in South Louisiana after the floods, the impact of local churches and ministries in the community and finally, how people can help those recovering from the flood. Listen>>

Part 1: Emotional and Spiritual Effects of Louisiana Flood 2016

Jenn Ranter & Laura Shannonhouse from the Humanitarian Disaster Institute talk about the emotional and spiritual effects of the Louisiana Flood of 2016. This is the first of a 2-part series. Listen >> 

Part 2: Responding to Children Affected by the Flood

Jenn Ranter from The Humanitarian Disaster Institute of Wheaton College talks about responding to children affected by the flood. Listen >> 

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Humanitarian Disaster Institute at Wheaton CollegeThe Louisiana Flooding: On The Ground and How You Can Get Involved

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Humanitarian Disaster Institute at Wheaton CollegeThe Louisiana Flooding: On The Ground With Relief Agencies And Why Christians Are Uniquely Suited To Help

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