When people think of the Bahamas, Paradise Island, crystal blue beaches, and white sand come to mind. But those are only a few of the island’s attractions. The archipelagos, geographic location, its 700 unique islands, the weather and its cultural and entertainment activities make it a perfect place to visit. However, on September 1st, disaster struck the islands of the Bahamas, Hurricane Dorian, a category five hurricane struck the Bahamas island with maximum sustained winds of 185 MPH making it the strongest hurricane on record to affect the Bahamas. The aftermath of the hurricane Dorian was heartbreaking. Flooding, debris, collapsed homes, a tropical paradise now in shambles. We are in the midst of historic tragedy in parts of Northern Bahamas. Our mission on focus now is search, rescue, and recovery. I ask for your prayers for those in affected areas and for our first responders. Hurricane Dorian has passed and the people and neighbors of the Bahamas are slowly trying to rebuild their lives, homes, and community. A week after the hurricane plowed into the archipelago nation of 400,000 people the capital city faced a wave of thousands of evacuees fleeing such hard-hitting areas as Marsh Harbour for some 90 percent of the infrastructure is damaged or destroyed. There are roughly 70,000 people in need of food and shelter. Survivors may have avoided death but have lost homes, jobs, and hospital. Here at the Westminster College at Nassau, Bahamas, the Church Of Christ, the FYM Foundation reached out to the communities that were affected by the devastating natural disaster just three weeks ago. Over 3,000 relief goodwill packages and food meals were distributed. Financial donations were given to community organizations that are helping the people of the Bahamas everyday regardless of what natural disaster or tragedy strikes. I have never seen this. Nothing like this. I have never been in nothing like this, nothing. I have never seen such love pour out to the needy like this. I’ve never seen it. I’ve never seen this, I’ve never seen this. I think this is awesome but it have to be the will of God. These are not talked. People would talk a lot. These are people that do. They walk the walk and talk the talk. They do what they say that they gonna do and go beyond. Reporting live from Nassau Bahamas, I am Billy Fermin for Iglesia Ni Cristo News Network.