–Pastor Rescue People From Severe Snowstorm In Buffalo New York
A husband and wife who pastor a church in the American city of Buffalo has been hailed as heroes for rescuing over 100 people during severe snowstorms during the Christmas season.
Pastor Al and Vivian Robinson church became a place of refuge for families who couldn’t make it back home due to the snow.
Their act of kindness was celebrated and credited with saving lives.
“I’ll never forget asking my wife, ‘Why do you suppose God gave us power and didn’t give other people power? I mean, why did he choose us?’” he said.
“And then five hours later, I discovered exactly why our church still had power.”
The pastors who had prepared to spend Christmas with their children and loved ones said;
“We just jumped into action and was able to deliver up to 154 people to the church, to not freeze to death,” Al Robinson told CNN. “I wish that I could say that for everyone.”
Vivian who shared a post via her social media page said she and her husband has helped people in the past, her words;
“We have been helping and opening our doors since the October storm in 2006. Traveling and picking up people and bringing them to our home on Porter Avenue that year. We rented the YMCA to feed others on William Street,” she wrote.
“It doesn’t matter what season or [what] the circumstance is, we are going to do what we have to do! Who cares about what you say you can do? It’s about what you will Do! Team Robinson action speaks a lot louder than words.”
According to the pastors beds and mattresses where made available for people to use while they stayed at the church.
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