September may have gotten off to a rough start with Texans attempt to rebuild and repair the damage of Hurricane Harvey and the rest of the South East prepares for other pending natural disasters–but in the midst of the craziness that is mother nature there does seem to bey a light at the end of the tunnel.
Yes, the one and only Queen Bey returned to her hometown of Houston, TX with her BeyGOOD charity foundation to help volunteer and lift the spirits of those affected by Hurrocane Harvey. The singer visited her home church, St. John’s United Methodist Church with her mother Tina Lawson, daughter Blue Ivy and former Destiny’s Child band mate Michelle Williams. Together the ladies joined Pastor Rudy Rasmus in helping feed and motivate those impacted by the storm.
The singer was quoted saying:
“I’m home, this church is my home. I was maybe nine or ten years old the first time I sat there where my daughter [Blue Ivy] is sitting. I sang my first solo here,” she said, emotional as she spoke to a packed church.
Looking to Pastor Rudy, she added, “I just want to thank you for lifting up my family and for praying for me and for being such an incredible example of what life and love is.” (NBC News)
Check out it out below:
@Beyonce & her mother @mstinalawson lend their time to talk with survivors of #HurricaineHarvey alongside the singer's #BeyGood foundation!! 🙌🏽🙌🏽💜💜💜 #beyonce #tinalawson #yonce #texas houston #flood #flooding #queenbey #prayforhouston #prayfortexas #beyhive #blackexcellence #gooddeed #beyday #kelliebrewofficial
— Família Carter (@oficialjayzbk) September 8, 2017
We don’t about you but this just hit us right in the FEELS!! We didn’t know it was possible to love Beyonce more than we already did….