Everything from government red tape to American attitudes against immigrants pose difficulties to Baptist relief groups seeking to help thousands of immigrant children on U.S.-Mexico border.

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The May 2013 tornadoes that ravaged the state had a silver lining, Baptist leaders say: Uniting Christians regardless of denomination.

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Churches and individuals willing and able to help with tornado damage recovery in Alabama, Arkansas and Mississippi are urged to contact CBF leaders in those states.

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Leaders of national Baptist disaster-relief efforts say recent twisters and other storms have created damage more common to hurricanes that require a wide distribution of volunteers, equipment and money.

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Now cleared to enter devastated towns in Arkansas, Baptist relief groups are moving in to help even as continuing violent weather is creating new victims. 

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 But waiting doesn't mean doing nothing, officials say.

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American Baptist Churches USA and Texas Baptists have issued calls for volunteers for projects around the nation.

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Seeing the connection between the environment, economies and the basic need for water is luring an increasing number of churches to delve into domestic and international water ministry.

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Close to 100 residents of the Georgia city are still affected by damage caused by a winter storm that swept through the Southeast in mid-February.

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“In a world in which the church gets a lot of bad press, you count a lot on the other end of the scale for us,” said the head of ABC-USA at a gathering of the NABF Disaster Response Network.

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