Photos: Rapid Response Team Chaplains minister in Barcelona

The Billy Graham Rapid Response Team arrived in Barcelona the morning after a terrorist attack left 13 people dead and more than 100 hurt. A separate attack in the city of Cambrils killed two other people. The chaplains have been talking and praying with residents and tourists in the area where the Barcelona attack was carried out
Billy Graham Rapid Response Team chaplains Carolin and Desi Perez speak with police officers on Las Ramblas on Sunday, three days after a horrific terrorist attack was carried out there.
Eight chaplains from the U.K. and the U.S., several of whom are Spanish speakers, have prayed with hundreds of people in Las Ramblas.
There are two large makeshift memorial sites on Barcelona’s tree-lined pedestrian avenue, Las Ramblas. One is located at the place where a terrorist first drove his van into the crowds of people; the other is where the van was finally forced to stop. Many smaller memorials dot the streets, marking the places where people including children were fatally hit.
A young boy stops to look on at the memorial. The attack has affected those of all ages.
A Chaplain spreads joy and hope to those working near the scene of the attack
Chaplain Jeff Naber (center) prays with people near the scene of the Aug. 17 terrorist attack in Barcelona.

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