Couple from Louisiana served the Flood Survivors in Baton Rouge
Christian and Amanda Dornhost, in a noble act, served Flood Survivors in Baton Rouge. The couple, who lives across the Mississippi River from Baton Rouge, spent 180 pounds of their own money buying and cooking Barbecue for people.
The idea of feeding the victims came in the mind while he was at the work Monday morning, he shared it with his boss and took a day leave. Said Dornhort. So what he did next is to purchase all the necessities with his wife.
So the next challenge for them is to Search the victims and Serve them. He sat in his truck, fired the smoke and start driving. Till afternoon he could not figure out the Shelter, so he parked his truck in a parking lot to throw the brisket onto the heat, it is where he found a business owner how helped him and directed Dornhorst to the Media Centre.
By the time he reached the shelter, the food was ready to serve. Dornhorst then start nonstop serving the food. “I love the lord, my family, helping others and barbecuing,” told Christian to The Huffington Post. He further added, “When you hand someone a serving tray of food, it’s like handing them a hug, a smile and a handshake all at once,”