Christian groups are serving as the “hands and feet of Christ” as the death toll from the rains and flooding of South Asia’s monsoon season has risen to 1,400 people, which is nearly 20 times higher than Hurricane Harvey’s death toll of 70. Affected countries include India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh, with Reuters reporting on Wednesday that besides the 1,400 people killed, thousands of others have

been hit by outbreaks of diarrhea, malaria and dengue. Tens of thousands have been left living in tents, while more than 5.9 millions acres of cropland has been destroyed. “These people need our help, and we are doing all we can to meet their needs,” said Martin Faller, deputy director of the International Federation of the Red Cross in the Asia-Pacific region. READ MORE