EL PASO, AR.-The Chambers weren't able to salvage much from their El Paso home when the April tornados ripped through Central Arkansas. But a local church community came together during their time of need.
The family of three have been living in a small camper for the past three months. So Sunday when the Crossroad's Cowboy Church presented them with the keys to this fully paid mobile home emotions ran high.
After collecting donations the church was able to pay for a large mobile home and present the deed and keys to the Chambers.
The family says they can't believe just how generous their community had been during such a difficult time.
"To see so many people come together and to do what they are doing now it changes your whole view on the world and humanity it's uplifting," says Robert Chambers.
The family says they should be all moved in by the end of the week. They are just waiting on electricity.