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Look what the Lord has done

For the last few years, we've undertaken a program of remodeling and repairing some of our Servicemen’s Homes. This has been so gratifying; watching as prayers and hard work have resulted in beautiful new facilities for our military outreach.

It all started in July of 2014 while visiting Pastor and Sis. Jason in Fayetteville, NC when he spoke with us about his desire to update and remodel the homes. The original home was pretty much as it had been since 1990 or so. Under his pastorate and stewardship, the church had grown and was in a financial position to update and upgrade. As he shared his desire we began to get a vision of what could be.

One year later after much brainstorming and planning the demo began — The plan was to turn the original home into a bunkhouse for the soldiers with their own small kitchen, lounge, bedrooms and to add two bathrooms. The 2nd home which had been purchased to be a church and then had been used as a kind of overflow facility would be turned into the HOME.

Here’s a little look at the before, the process and the after.

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