Selah’s Amy Perry Asks for Prayers as Kincade Fire in California Threatens Her Home and Church

Selah singer Amy Perry asked friends and supporters for prayers as the California Kincade Fire came near her home and church. 

The Kincade Fire has ravaged more than 74,000 acres in Sonoma County, California, over the weekend. It’s the state’s largest wildfire and has only been 15% contained, according to the Calfire agency’s fire map. Over 100 structures have been damaged, and 60 were completely destroyed, according to news reports.

On Sunday, Selah member Todd Smith shared a message from Perry about an impending threat against her California home that included a photo of smoke overtaking the nearby the Carquinez bridge.

“URGENT PRAYER REQUEST from Amy Perry … Hey guys – this is 3 miles from my church. I was supposed to preach this morning and we had to cancel. My granny is about 10 miles from this and has no power, and we know people who are stuck on the freeway where that is. Please pray for us all!” Her message read.

Perry said that north of her home in Sonoma County 180,000 people had been evacuated.

“Fires have been contained — there are a few fires now in my area that have us a little on edge. I’ve packed a small bag of emergency things just in case. We should be fine, just please keep praying for everyone,” she pleaded.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Jeannie Law