A long-distance run from Edmonton to Wetaskiwin in the snow and amazing media coverage while raising funds, undeniable events allowing these men to go and a new realization of how blessed we are, how thankful and warm people across the world are at the prospect of a simple home after the destruction of Hurricane Ivan in Grenada.
Read how these three men stepped out in faith and worked with Samaritan’s Purse in rebuilding after devastation, and how it changed them.
•Paul Weinmaster – “I wear a tool belt everyday, but I've never had so much fulfillment and enjoyment in doing carpentry work as I did on this trip.” Click here to read more!
•Jon Hoffman – “It was not my intention to be on the radio when I called and definitely not my personality, but I had to lay that aside and be obedient to what God was doing. That Friday morning I was on two morning radio shows.” Click here to read more!
•Chris Hoffman – “The possibility of going to another country to help people who have a real urgent need excited me. I wanted to take some of the skills that I have learned in the past few years and use them for God.” Click here to read more!