Pray For Victims Of Hurricane Harvey

UPDATE: As we continue in prayer for the victims of Harvey, as they mourn and rebuild their lives, we pray too for those caught up in Irma. 

We are grateful that the storm did not do as much damage as predicted but still know many of you are hurting.

Our thoughts and prayer are with you as well.

Charlie here with a personal request. 

?As you may know, we live about 70 miles northwest of Houston. 

We are safe, dry, and grateful.

What you might not know is that we lived in Houston for over 25 years and have many friends, and family there.

Plus ... we are from Louisiana!

So, Harvey is not our friend.

This is just a simple prayer request for those who are affected by Harvey.

If you don't pray, please hold a good thought for those who are losing their material possessions and are in danger of injury or death. 

This is a very serious storm and the worst may not be over as I write this.

If you desire to contribute funds, we know and trust these organizations personally.

Franklin Graham - Samaritan's Purse

Joyce Meyer - Hand of Hope

While we know these organizations will use your donations well, there are certain things they can't do.

Efforts like giving blood are best handled by the Red Cross.

While Harvey is impacting our family, it occurs to me that every day, in many parts of the world, good people are being impacted by all sorts of tragedy.

So let's all resolve today to use this tragedy as a reminder to love, forgive, pray, hold good thoughts, and recommit ourselves to getting along with our fellow humans.

There is SO much more than bind us together than can ever pull us apart.

Stay safe and be well.

Charlie Page

Happily married for 44 years, Charlie is the dad to two wonderful daughters. He is the author of 12 books on Internet marketing and creator of over 16 membership sites. You can see all Charlie offers using this link Click Here


    Hi Charlie,

    Thanks for your gentle reminder of what should be a daily opportunity to do good in life.

    Let’s hope the lesson of this disaster “overflows” into the politics of the Texas and the general Southern Congressional Delegations (and our current Vice-President) who voted “NO” on the funding for relief of our quite recent, and still not fully recovered, East Coast destruction. Although I’ve live in Manhattan for many decades, I was born and raised on Staten Island, NYC.

    As we p;edge, “One Nation Indivisible,” Let it not be forgotten.

  • Jack says:

    So glad you put that out to all of us, Charlie. Letting you know that you have me, and I’m sure, dozens more likeminded, like spirited folks.

  • Hi Charlie,

    From far off India, I pray for the safety and well being of the people affected by Harvey. Texas is the only state I have been to in the United States, en route to Mexico. and I feel one with the affected people. I hope their suffering ends soon and things get back to normal.

    Best wishes

  • Mark M says:

    Will do Charlie, we see it over here, on TV and social media, all the brave people helping each other as well as animals.


    Mark M

  • Patricia Ibarra says:

    glad that you and your family are ok. I will say a prayer for everyone.

    My dad is from Shreveport.

  • Hi! Charlie,

    Glad to hear that. For sure you are very grateful Charlie, I mean you and your family.
    Now, I know that you are safe, let me join you and all of those who get the same desire in specials prayer to those who are suffering this serious storm,(HARVEY).
    All my thoughts go to them in that difficult time.

    May God be with them and thank you, Charlie, for the info.

    Stay safe.


  • Larry says:

    Thank you Charlie. I grew up in Houston and my parents lived there over 60 years until they died.I still have relatives and friends there. I know as well as anyone the pressures of making money in the world, and the challenges of starting an online business. Those are important things. But you can’t make money if you’re dead or homeless. Thank you for reminding us all of what matters.

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