Rescuers in Indonesia are looking for more survivors of a powerful 7.0 earthquake that struck the region on Wednesday.
Rockslides in the area have buried entire villages and more than 63 are dead.
That number is expected to rise as dozens are still missing.
At least 87,000 houses have been destroyed and thousands are in need of basic provisions and shelter.
CBN's Operation Blessing is on the ground.
The aid organization deployed a disaster relief medical team to the region.
Two doctors and a paramedic are using an ambulance to help treat injured quake victims.
Operation Blessing will be assessing what other needs it can meet in the coming days.
You can find out more by going to Operation Blessing's Web site, www.ob.org.