By: Sam Hodges | Posted: June 28, 2016 | Source: The United Methodist Church
The Rev. Scott Ferguson was away on vacation when the floods hit Clendenin, West Virginia, last week. When he finally got a look at the parsonage of Clendenin United Methodist Church, he realized he and his wife wouldn’t be staying there for a while longer.
“We took about three and a half feet of water in our home,” Ferguson said. “Everything downstairs is lost.”
But he’s made progress with mud removal, and he’s determined that he and his congregation will stay the course spiritually during a hard time.
“We just want to make sure God is praised even through the storm,” he said. (more…)