March 3, 2020

I woke up this morning to the tragic news of the devastating tornado that struck last night near downtown Nashville. It occurred in the middle of the night when most people were asleep and couldn’t hear any warnings. It was described as an EF-3 level tornado that went through a heavily-populated area. The communities of Mt. Juliet and Germantown were hit particularly hard. At this writing, I’ve heard unconfirmed reports that there are nine people dead, along with major destruction and power outages, although it’s still too early to assess the damage. There’s more information at this link, but there will be bulletins coming throughout the day.

Please join me in praying for the victims and that there are no more casualties. For those of you who have expressed concern: so far, I haven’t heard of anyone in the “Huckabee” TV family who was hit, although some were close enough to the tornado’s path to hear it roar past. One staffer was evacuated to a shelter and is “safe but shaken.” Our TBN studio is in Hendersonville, just north of downtown Nashville, and was untouched.

The Red Cross has already set up a shelter for those who have lost their homes. To help, you can make a donation at I’m sure Samaritan’s Purse will also be there, and you can help them at Thank you for your prayers and donations.

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  • Wayne George

    03/04/2020 01:57 PM

    Nashville has been in our family's prayers, since the tornado struck. I want to do more, what do you all need? Where can we send it?

  • Jacqueline Sparks

    03/03/2020 04:15 PM

    Thank you for the update. When one part of our country is hurting we are all concerned. Good to know that the crew is safe. Thoughts and prayers for the community of Nashville. … from Oregon

  • Lisa Chambers

    03/03/2020 03:51 PM

    When SC had their Primary in 2008, there was a snowstorm in the area where you had the most support. Do you know who was leading the polls in the Nashville area? Or in AL and TX? Severe weather is predicted in these Super Tuesday states, too.