Severe storms moved through the south again Friday damaging homes and toppling power lines.
This comes on the heels of two tornadoes in Mississippi where residents in the small town of Magee are not finding much left as they return home.
The town was practically leveled by the twisters as one of the tornados was five football fields wide.
Incredibly no one died in the storms and only 28 people were injured.
"Material things we can always get back. I just thank God for our lives," Frances Hickson, Storm Survivor said.
Another survivor Maegan Errington called it a blessing.
"We're just lucky that we're all safe and so that's a blessing in itself," she said.
And despite their church being destroyed, the congregation of Corinth Baptist Church plans to continue their worship services this Sunday.