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Typhoon Survivors Don't Just Look Back--They're Rebuilding Together

For the residents of the Philippines, November 8 2013 will forever be etched into their memories. Known locally as "Yolanda" Typhoon Haiyan swirled onto land in a rage, ripping apart homes, separating families, twisting metal, and leaving total devastation in its wake. More than 7,300 people lost their lives and twice as many have stories of last moments with their loved ones as the water raged in. One thing is certain God was present in the Philippines and his peace, power, and strength have become the focal point for AP Media to help commemorate and document the resiliency of his people rebuilding together. While Typhoon has long been forgotten around the world, today is the anniversary when lives were forever changed and we would love for the world to see how God is moving, how churches are being rebuilt, families are being revived and Christians from around the world are making an impact.

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