Block Wall Progress

May 16, 2014

Christopher Miller was one of the team members that came from West Monroe Louisiana. He came to pour out and be spent…and that he did.

He came to work with the guys on the wall project. It was harder than he thought it was going to be. However, he stuck it out throughout the days and much like us, was amazed at how hard working our crew is and how hungry they are to learn and be taught.

So, Christopher, here is a tribute to the amazing heart you poured into these men, to change their lives!

They are back at the beginning of the wall, down by the river. This is the start of the 3,133 feet they will be laying on just this one side. The wall will be 2 meters high (6.6 ft) from the ground up.


They carry the sand, the water, the cement sacs, the blocks and all of the tools they need to use for the construction of the wall, down this massive hill.


They have learned very well and work very hard. They are doing a great job and we are so proud of all these men and their earnest efforts. Yes, we do not despise the days of small beginnings.

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Never underestimate the value of your time and what you are willing to contribute. Open hearts and willing hands are always able to make a difference! These men are learning valuable skills that they can pass down to their children, take back into their homes/villages and use in their home. Changing the world, one block at a time!!! Just see how excited Billa and Malachi are with this new success.


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