Our friends at Samaritan's Purse are helping victims of Superstorm Sandy at three locations in hard-hit New Jersey. The people who have been hit by this disaster are devastated and need help, especially those in low-lying and low-income areas.

Samaritan's Purse staff and volunteer teams are helping families by tarping roofs, removing debris, mudding-out homes, treating for mold, and removing downed trees. As always, they're working closely with local churches that house their staff, equipment, and volunteers. They want people who are in the middle of this storm to know that God loves them and cares for them.

Please pray for people trying to recover in the aftermath of the storm, and go to Samaritan's Purse website for the latest information and for ways that you can help.

You'll also find news coverage concerning the storm cleanup efforts on our sister site Religion Today.