Week 2 brought volunteers from Bloomfield, Bluffton, Congerville, Detroit, Eureka, Fairbury, Forrest, Goodfield, Mediapolis, Morris, Rittman, Rockville, Sabetha, Washington, Bay City. Our memory verse for this week was Matthew 5:16. Let your light so shine before men, so they may see your good works and glorify your Father which is in Heaven.
God's presence was abundantly felt as Sunday services were held outside in His creation.
Good nutrition gets the team ready for the jobs.
More roofing jobs kept the team busy each day.
Prayers for safety were especially required for this roof repair.
Beautiful weather and praying with the homeowner made this job go smoothly.
Leaders lead by great example for this repair on a 12/12 steep pitch roof.
A home works organization loaned a shingle lift to help lighten the load.
Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love.
Five more homeowners were given new roofs this week. Each presenting different challenges.
After a number of delays it was exciting to see the Brenda house come down so the new can go up.
A huge impossible tree stump was removed. With God (and Lyle's equipment) all things are possible.
The Juan home permit was finally granted Wednesday noon and footings were formed. Thursday morning the inspector came early giving the green light for cement work. God's Timing!
Its such an honor to serve. In the midst of trials, there is still JOY.
The two-story home being remodeled was vandalized and a fire started on the flooring material. Thankful everything that was lost can be replaced and work could continue.
The peaceful presence of the Lord is felt throughout the camp.
Blessing bags filled with non-perishable food and gospel information.
The blessing bags have served as a great tool to share the Gospel.
On Friday the foundation for Juan home was laid.
What a privilege to serve as Jesus' hands and feet.
Posted on Monday Jan 23
by Joyce Kloter