At the end of this video the two ladies express our appreciation for all who make mission trips to the gulf coast when they say “We thank God everyday for ya’ll.”
A few weeks ago a group from Missouri built the forms and last week a team from Oklahoma poured the concrete footers for a 1200 square foot storage building that will serve our mercy ministry. A 30 X 40 metal quonset hut, similar to the church, will sit about 20 feet out the back door of the Mercy House. We have poured the footers, now we need crews capable of pouring the slab and erecting the building. If you would like to help with this project, contact us to schedule your mission trip to Lakeshore.
Along with all sorts of other activity and construction, in the last couple of weeks we have put insulation under a few houses and covered the ceiling of a car port.
Believe it or not, 4 1/2 years after Katrina, storm debris still litters the landscape. A few weeks ago, a group of volunteer teenagers spent the day pulling items from the woods that the storm had deposited there. They found tires, car parts, household items, children’s toys etc.