Tuesday, April 26, 2022

Day Four

They say the “proof is in the pudding,” and these smiles speak volumes. After a slow start because of a protest (due to rising cost of living) blocking the road, the team was able to arrive to their third build site.

Myself and another teammate had a pretty rough night due to stomach issues, and were compelled to stay back today. Please ask God for a good nights rest and healthy  Wednesday.  

All of these photos are courtesy of David Rivers and Micah Iriye. The team was able to utilize Glenda’s four sons in helping build the house for added joy.

It’s hard to believe, but tomorrow we will build our 4th and final house and complete our major projects here in Chiquimulilla.

Unloading the sharp sheet metal

Transporting to site

Utilizing the boys

Trimming the pieces for a seamless fit

You’re never to young to work with power tools

If pastoring doesn’t work out, David could make it as a model 

                         Installing the windows

Installing the door

Coating the house for longevity 

Special thanks to Cornerstone Builders for sponsoring this entire house and changing a single mothers life forever 

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