The Morrisons say they felt called upon to open up a thrift store mission in Dunlap five years ago and have been serving the community ever since.
Now, Debbie Morrison feels their calling is taking them further than their small town.
"I felt like the Lord was telling us to go to Oklahoma," Morrison said, "I think because the tornado situation touches my heart personally because I'm from Tuscaloosa where there's a lot of Tornadoes."
They've been collecting linens and towels for the past week but they want more than enough to fill up their van and trailer.
"What I've seen is your life's changed almost forever. That starting over isn't as easy as everyone thinks. The linens is a basic necessity and you have to have linens to start a new home," she said.
Debbie says they plan to head out Wednesday, and when they get there she'll know right where to go.
"We know that the best thing we do is find the Red cross which is always easy to find and they will point us to where the community has set up a drop spot," Morrison said.
But in order to spread the supplies to victims, they need people here to spread the word.
"If one tells five and they bring things in that's five people donated then we're really gonna have a lot of things to take to everyone," said Morrison.
The Morissons say when they hold the drive on Tuesday, they'll also need boxes, tape, and markers, and volunteers to help sort and load the supply.
You can also drop off donations at Crye-Leike office on Highway 153 in Hixson.
For more information on how you can visit Serenity Pointe's website. www.serenitypointe.org