I have seen one reporter whom I really loved during the coverage of this tragedy. It isn't the anchors from one network (that I've been told about) who keep complaining that we haven't heard from other countries. Grow up and deal with the tragedy. We're the wealthiest nation in the world. We can probably do without Sri Lanka's aid. The question is HOW -- not IS THERE ENOUGH MONEY? It isn't all the "on-the-spot" reporters who somehow became the story in their own coverage. It's like a competition to see who can stay outside the longest. Anchors back home keep describing them as courageous. Please. Just get out of the wind if you don't have to be there. Quit telling us that lots of stuff is falling apart. It's a hurricane. That's what happens. The one reporter I've liked the most is the young woman who was interviewing a man who lost his wife. He turned loose of her when she demanded that he save their children and grandchildren. The young news reporter began crying and wiping tears. She lost her objectivity. She was caught up into the tragedy. Now THAT is a person I want to hear more from! Thanks for your comments about places to send aid. So much needs to be done. But we're all baffled. It's so bad that no one knows how to get help there right now -- with all the flooding, bridges out, etc. But the time will come. And we need to be prepared to jump in. Our prayers are with all the churches in the area -- not just because they've been impacted but also because God will use them courageously to minister in the name of Christ in the coming weeks and months. We're going to count on them to let us know when and where we can help. As you continue learning of relief opportunities that you trust, please leave comments here.