Churches reach out to Tennessee flood victims
from Baptist Press
Churches across Middle Tennessee are reaching out to members and residents who were impacted by a record-setting flood that damaged thousands of houses, killed a dozen people statewide and even shut down sections of three interstate roads. More than 13 inches of rain fell in Nashville May 1-2, nearly doubling the two-day record and pushing the Cumberland River -- which flows through downtown Nashville -- more than 10 feet above its flood stage. The rain's impact was worsened because the region experienced a heavy rain just one week earlier.
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