It was a wonderful day – no injuries and lots accomplished. The building team is separated – the one at the Lifeline/IV HOPE property continued assembling panels for the buildings and began the foundation for an 1800 sq. ft. guest house that will include two Agriboard buildings next to each other with an expansion in the middle for a common area. This means that many of you can come down here in the future and stay right on our property next to the orphanage and experience it for yourself.
Ryan’s quote for the day, “I love backhoes.” They got so much done on the property with the backhoe it was amazing – they are going to rent it for 2 more days. The kids were jumping in the powder the backhoe left behind thinking it was so great – they had never seen in – only hard dirt with rocks. There are sooooo many rocks here.
The team at Pastor Louissainte’s orphanage down the road finished the 2ndfoundation for them. We are giving them a building to house the girls and a building to house the boys. I wish you could see their living conditions and then the heart of this pastor to know what a blessing this is.
John Ming is building a pulpit for Pastor Benis so he’s been busy in the woodshop at Lifeline.