A fire incident destroyed parts of the Hattiesburg Central Hispanic Church in Hattiesburg, Miss., but a miracle may have stopped the flames from engulfing the entire building. The fire that started in the sound booth was rapidly controlled and no casualties occurred. Nonetheless, the damage goes beyond the sound equipment as the smoke spread through the air conditioning system, compromising the ducts, ruining the sheet rock, and contaminating the fabric coats in the church’s pews. According to Obed Nahuat, pastor, a thorough evaluation is being conducted to provide an accurate picture of the total damage.
The Hattiesburg Central Hispanic Church was holding a series of evangelistic meetings where many people were committing their lives to Christ, and choosing to be baptized. But, though the fire caused the church building to close temporarily, it was not able to interrupt the moving of the Holy Spirit. The meetings continued to be held in alternative places, and the baptisms occurred too. The Hattiesburg Central Hispanic Church community asks for your prayers.
Gulf States | December 2022
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