The Davis Hawn lumberyard has been covered with Sheds of Hope. Until now. The space has been cleared out, and the sheds have filled the back of a truck. They are now in Houston at our staging area, waiting for … Continue reading Who Doesn’t Need More Space?
Disasters have one major thing in common. It takes longer to recover from them than many people realize. It’s definitely “the Long Haul.” It can seem overwhelming, but when caring people come together to help, the burden gets lighter. What … Continue reading Working Together for the Long Haul
A tremendous group of volunteers came together this past week in Dallas at Davis Hawn Lumber Company to build Sheds of Hope for Houston. Our goal was 12 sheds, but “the people had a mind to work” (Neh 4:6), and … Continue reading A Baker’s Dozen for Houston
Just arrived with two of the newest SmartBenches for the Sheds of Hope build starting Monday, 9/11. We set up the work site today, and then the pre-cut for the Dallas Sheds of Hope build got under way. What a … Continue reading Pre-cut is Under Way!
Mission to North America (MNA) is bringing shower trailers and bunk houses into the Houston area. They are coming from Mississippi, Texas, and from our warehouse in Rome, Georgia. Rick Lenz and I will be bringing the shower trailer in … Continue reading Clean-Up is on The Way!
Hurricane Harvey came with a vengeance and did not want to leave. Now a very long recovery begins for Houston and many other communities in South Texas. MNA Disaster Response is already in the process of moving bunkhouses, shower trailers … Continue reading Shed-Building Gets Underway in Dallas
After I had the joy of training a group from Lake Oconee Presbyterian Church, the newly trained team began building two sheds for Albany, Georgia which had just suffered severe storm damage. This Community Spotlight Radio Interview with the leader of … Continue reading Radio Interview With Dick Forrester