Welcome to Home Repair Ministries, Inc.

As we have discussed in previous newsletters, we seek to continue increasing the number of people helped and the projects we and the church network can take on and complete. A large part of this strategy is to help churches start new teams and connect with other local churches that already have ministries.

Why? Well, if we can help churches start new home repair ministries and get involved with projects, and help existing ministries get more projects, then more people in need will be helped by an expanding army of Jesus’ handymen (and women).

We have been busy on that front, as of late. We made two good connections with Methodist churches in recent weeks. We have been communicating with and funneling project information to the First UMC churches in Lawrenceville and Alpharetta. I also was given the opportunity to speak at a local Methodist Men's groups last week, and HRM has been invited to host a table (sharing about the ministry and how to engage men looking for a way to serve in their churches) at The United Methodist Men of the North Georgia Conference Men's retreat in Rock Eagle.

We also continue to partner with organizations in community who know of people in need. We recently connected with the Gwinnett County Division of Family and Children Services to see if they had foster parents needing repair help. That netted a quick repair project and we have built a new relationship with them.


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