For these five NASCAR drivers, it was not just an early Saturday morning.

Oh, it was early all right. When you race the night before, 7 a.m. can really sneak up on you.

But these guys didn’t care.

There was ministry to do.

An 83-year-old man’s yard was full of trees and fallen debris from the recent tornado that had swept through Dallas.

And with the help of Motor Racing Outreach, the opportunity to join Samaritan’s Purse and the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team in being “the hands and feet of Jesus” was offered up, and five NASCAR drivers hit the ground running.

“They worked like it was a pit stop,” said Rapid Response Team Chaplain Dennis Sanders. “I’ve never seen people work so hard and fast. It seemed like about 20 seconds to do it all.”

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