Week 12 the team came from Francesville, Morris, Bluffton, Fairbury, Tremont, Princeville, Rittman, Akron, Eureka, Morton and Forrest.
Even though it's exit week meals still need to be planned and prepared for the team.
Monday the team did a final cleaning and emptied the pods by moving all Ms. Freddie Mae belongings back in her home.
A true transformation!
New roof, painted awnings, remodeled inside and new friendships gives Ms. Peggy new hope.
Monday morning Martha's home had a final cleaning and the keys were handed over.
The team helped get her home set up by carrying items from her storage shed.
With all homes completed and homeowners moved back in, it is time for the job board to be dismantled.
Who needs a fork lift?
Lots of tools and supplies to organize and pack for the trip home.
Final repair work at camp.
After 3 months it's time to clean out Ron's truck!
Carlos, a councilman from Chester, and his family joined us for dinner.
Great working relationship with HarvestCall. Carlos helped connect us to the right people.
A grand finale was an invitation to Ms. Martha's for a dinner in her new home.
All tools packed and last trailer leaves camp on Thursday March 30. Thankful to report everyone back home safely. The angels were busy as there were a number of flat and blown tires and a dropped spring from a trailer, but no accidents. 165 tires... so several problems should be expected.
God has been glorified. 641 volunteers have been active in this ministry. 60 churches represented and families have been given hope and renewed faith. Thanks to each and everyone one that supported this ministry in prayer. God did hear and answer!
To God be the Glory GREAT things HE has done.
The gospel was shared back and forth.
4 New homes, 3 Remodeled homes and 20 roofs.
Posted on Tuesday Apr 4
by Joyce Kloter