The Rolling Timbers (Weatherford) chainsaw team are among several Texans on Mission groups responding to tornado and wind damage in Temple. Some were highly trained and experienced, while others were on their first deployment and still learning advanced techniques.

Two of the team's climbers tackled a tall hackberry tree that had fallen upright onto a pecan tree that the homeowner wanted to save. They worked tethered 30 feet above ground gradually cutting back the hackberry while the ground crew sawed and carried away the limbs.

At another house, photos show the team signing a Bible and presenting it to the homeowner.

God is moving through Temple at the hands of Texans on Mission volunteers as they serve after a tornado touched down last week.

Volunteer feeding, shower/laundry, temporary roofing, box, electronic support, asset protection and chainsaw teams are serving in the area and sharing the Gospel along the way.

We’re grateful to those who have made this level of relief possible. Please continue to pray for those impacted and for our volunteers.