Dirty Work

Dirty work

I praise God for the thousands of selfless volunteers not afraid to work hard and get their hands dirty (very dirty) for the cause of Christ and for the relief and recovery of those effected by the storm. These folks came from Hilton Head SC and served with us last week, drilling holes for the pilings of one house, pouring concrete for the piers of another, working in the warehouse, and all sorts of other things – all without letting the smiles on their faces fade.

Dirty work

Dirty work

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  1. I went on to the NOAA website of hurricane katrina images of your area and saw the destruction of the homes and buildings. It is amazing to see how many houses were completely destroyed. It looks like sticks scrttered in the woods. I’m sure it will take years to re-build or attempt to re-build Lakeshore and the other towns around you. I think I can safely say for alot of the volunteers, thanks for making it possible for us come and help. Many of us pray for you every day and come to this site to see and read about the progress and know how to be praying. Thanks to all the staff there in Lakeshore.

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