Marshall Fire Update



Update and Volunteer Opportunity


We have completed our second week of cleanup in Boulder for the Marshall Fire. Samaritan’s Purse has extended their deployment and we are extending to work through the 5th of March.

We are home for a brief rest and will be back at the camp Wednesday night ready to start work again Thursday.

Volunteer Opportunity – Marshall Fire

There is a need for volunteers to get the Marshall Fire cleanup accomplished. If you are interested in this opportunity you can sign up at

Information on being a Day Volunteer:

You need to bring everything you will need for the day except tools. This includes:

  • You need to bring everything you will need for the day except tools. This includes:
    • Lunch
    • Gloves
    • Recommend respirator – SP will provide N95 masks
    • Boots or sturdy shoes
    • A change of clothes for the ride home.
    • Trash bag to put boots and dirty clothes in for the trip home.
  • You will need to be at the host church by 07:00 or 12:00 for the safety briefing.
  • You can work half day or all day.
  • Samaritan’s Purse will provide water at the job site.
  • Samaritan’s Purse does not provide any meals for Day Volunteers.

If you are coming and you want to be on Byron’s team, simply tell the volunteer coordinator (the person who will check you in).

Coming Up

We have a few jobs to finish up from the wind storm back in December and a new one that was brought to our attention this week. We will get these on the calendar as soon as we finish in Boulder and the weather is cooperative.

We are continuing to work coordination of fire mitigation activities in our local area starting in May. We have three meetings coming up with churches and fire officials in the works for this effort.

Prayer Requests / Praises

We appreciate everyone who prays with us for this ministry and the opportunities to share the good news of Jesus.

Please pray for:

  1. The volunteers as they continue to deal with the isolation resulting from the COVID outbreak.
  2. The volunteers as they engage with ministry opportunities, that they would have opportunities to share the good news of Jesus.
  3. Strength and endurance to continue to work in the cold and snow for the Marshall fire cleanup.

Praise God for:

  1. Provision of equipment that we are already able to use serving.
  2. Keeping all of the volunteers safe as they continue to serve.
  3. Travel mercies going to and from disaster sites.
  4. HIS great grace, mercy, and provision.




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