By Adria Amos/ Knoxville News Sentinel
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (Nov. 11, 2015) -- Shortly after Larry Langford decided to send supplies to South Carolina residents affected by the recent flooding, he enlisted the help of the congregation at Cokesbury United Methodist Church, where he attends. Langford, 71, thought together they might fill a few buckets with cleaning supplies as outlined by the United Methodist Committee on Relief.
He was in awe when, just over two weeks later, he was preparing to send 300 full buckets to help the cleanup effort.
"It's been fun to see this come together, to see people step up," he said. "The lesson is, don't cut God short. Don't underestimate Him."