Well, I think the record for the longest-traveled sheds to a hurricane site goes to Covenant Presbyterian Church in Holland, Michigan. I was greatly encouraged by this group in the care and love they put into 2 pre-built Sheds of Hope during our October 6th training. They brought them down to the Rome Warehouse on October 16th, where I loaded them onto a trailer along with 2 other sheds which were pre-built by Lake Oconee Presbyterian Church in Georgia. The Holland sheds were set up at Christ the King Presbyterian Church in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Within two weeks, these sheds had traveled 1250 miles to get to their destination. It is only fitting that these well-loved and well-traveled Sheds of Hope are being used by Christ the King Church to store tools and materials, blessing all the families that are receiving sheds in their area.
and try your hand at pre-building a Shed of Hope. I'm only a phone call away, if you have questions!
• In our last newsletter, I asked you to
Please pray for God to open doors for future Sheds of Hope Roadshows
The Lord is bringing people to the disaster sites in North & South Carolina and is giving them the vision for being involved in Sheds of Hope. They want to share this with their churches when they go back home.
• Pray for my travels between the Carolinas and Florida.
• One of my goals is to see that every shed we build is linked to a local church for follow-up. This is getting traction --
Pray that I will be able to encourage churches to see the importance and benefit to the kingdom when follow-up is done.