Ministry Update 8-27-20

So much has happened with our village project in the last eight days that it’s been difficult to keep up with it all. We have seen the Lord bless in an abundant fashion as his people have exercised great faith and generosity.

As you may know by now, we located a 17 acre tract of land and began to pursue it for the future home of the village. The price of the land is $60,000. Eight days ago we had no money whatsoever, but we took a step of faith and began to pursue the property and the funds needed to purchase it.

Since then, God has provided $46,310. We went ahead and made our offer on the land and it has been accepted, contingent upon us raising the remaining $13,690. There are a couple other contingencies, such as a perc test for the septic systems but we expect that to be fine.

We have signed the contract for the property and we now have 30 days to raise the additional funds. Of course, this will only purchase the property. There will be additional expenses once we begin to clear it and build the first four homes.

To say we are excited would be an understatement. The Lord is teaching us what he can do as we walk by faith and trust him. We are moving forward as if we already have the remaining funds in hand, trusting his provision.

We have a page on our website that is now dedicated to this project and we are keeping it updated as best as possible. There is also a donation link there if you would like to donate. You can also reply to this email and I will be able to email you back directly if you want more information or would like to talk to me about a special gift for the project.

Click here to visit the page on our website about the tiny-home village.

Click here to go directly to the donate section.

Of course, if you would rather mail in your gift, our PO box is listed below in the footer of this email.

I am beyond grateful for all of the generous gifts in the last eight days. Prayerfully, we will have what we need in the next few days. Please join us in prayer as we are seeking to give a home to people who are in desperate need.