On 9/14/01, His Glory S.R.A.T. received authorization
from President Bush to respond to the site of the terrorist attack
at the World Trade Center in New York. When His Glory arrived at Ground
Zero our team was well received by NYC fire fighters and police.
His Glory worked along side NYC’s finest and
bravest who was searching for their fellow fallen hero’s, family
members, friends and civilians. We also offered rehab. and emotional
support through prayer for the rescuers working at ground zero. The
team left only after Mayor Gulianno decided that all rescue efforts
be pulled from the “pile” to allow the very large equipment
to move in and remove large amounts of the rubble.
On 9/22/01 the His Glory Team returned from New York
City. The Team drove into Kilgore Saturday afternoon for an interview
requested by KLTV news crews about His Glory’s mission at the
WTC site. The Team was very tired but spiritually high from seeing
GOD's hand in everything they did. GOD opened doors to allow the team
to do the work He sent them there to do.
His Glory would like to invite you to pray with us
for the emergency services personnel who continue to serve and for
the families who lost their loved ones, friends and partners.
"Father, I ask you to bless our emergency services workers and
their families. Show them a new revelation of your love and power.
Holy Spirit, I ask you to minister to their spirit at this very moment
where there is pain, give them peace and mercy. Where there is self-doubt,
release a renewed confidence through your grace, AMEN"
The His Glory Team would like the thank all of the
people that donated to the effort and especially thank those who prayed
for the Team and the families that lost loved ones.
A special thanks to the companies that donated:
AAA Trophy of Lufkin, Texaco Express Lube of Lufkin, B & T Van
Rentals of Lufkin, Week Of Compassion, Interstate Battery of Longview,
Vital Signs of Longview, Wal-Mart; Party and Things of Nacogdoches,
Chili's of Valley Forge, Pa.
Here are a few pictures of what we encountered. Please
click on the thumbnail view for a larger picture.