Faith Builders, Work Ethic

Water Heater Blues

If you are like millions of Americans you have one of these Honeywell valves attached to your Gas hot water heater and they are forever prone to failure and issues. Mine was no exception and recently it finally crapped out for good. Let me tell you 2 days without hot water is no fun. Well… Continue reading Water Heater Blues

Theology, Work Ethic

Good Neighbors

  Galatians 6:10 (AMP)  So then, while we [as individual believers] have the opportunity, let us do good to all people [not only being helpful, but also doing that which promotes their spiritual well-being], and especially [be a blessing] to those of the household of faith (born-again believers). Sometimes in our busy schedules we need… Continue reading Good Neighbors

Disaster Relief, Faith Builders, Missions, Prayer, Work Ethic

After Action Report Mission Houston: 07-23 March 2018

After Action Report Mission Houston:  07-23 March 2018 SEE MORE PICTURES AT Faith Builders Ministry Album Our second trip to Houston this year was much more exhausting than the first, at least for me. The work days were long starting with the commute each day. This time around Tony and I managed to stay together… Continue reading After Action Report Mission Houston: 07-23 March 2018

Missions, Uncategorized, Work Ethic

William Carey: The Morning Star of Modern Missions

This might seem like a strange topic for a construction/disaster relief ministry site but William Carey embodied all that is good for the mission field, first and foremost is a desire to serve.  I hope you enjoy this article  - Mike Brad Klassen | February 21, 2018 "Go therefore and make disciples of all the… Continue reading William Carey: The Morning Star of Modern Missions

Disaster Relief, Faith Builders, Uncategorized, Work Ethic

Houston Rapid Response

September 25, 2017 by directorfsm As many of you know Faith Builders Ministry deployed to Houston with Eight Days of Hope.  My first impression as a rapid responder was Houston was much like Denham Springs, LA last year in that the infrastructure was intact (Unlike Katrina in Hancock Co. Mississippi) but the internal damage was… Continue reading Houston Rapid Response