God’s Pit Crew responding to hurricane-ravaged Central America after Iota leaves devastating impact

Southside Virginia News

DANVILLE, Va. (WFXR) – After a second major hurricane impacted parts of Central America, God’s Pit Crew is responding to the area by shipping a tractor-trailer-load of Blessing Buckets to one of its ministry partners, Agape Flights, based in Florida.

Agape Flights will then load the buckets into their planes and deliver them to the hardest-hit areas in Central America.

“The need for relief supplies and Blessing Buckets has been greater than ever before.”

Randy Johnson, God’s Pit Crew founder and president

Iota marks the 20th disaster response this year.

With the record-breaking number of disaster responses, the supply of Blessing Buckets and products as well as the resources to assemble more Blessing Buckets is extremely low.

“Thank you to the donors and people who are praying for our ministry and stepping up at these critical times to make a lasting impact in the lives of those who have been affected by disasters,” says Johnson.

If you would like information about God’s Pit Crew, their mission and the ways you can help make a difference, click here.

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